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Installing a flat roof on any type of structure comes with many challenges, because the roof has to hold up to all types of weather conditions. Flat roof installations have to be in done in such a way that prevents rain from pooling on it, which can add weight to the roof and weaken its structure. Along with the way the roof is built, the right types of materials need to be used such as single ply to help resist leaking and to help add strength to the roof.
Flat Roof Materials
The days of spreading bitumen on a flat roof have passed, and there are now a variety of materials that can be applied on the flat roof of your home or garage. Most of these materials will help to maintain the integrity of the structure, because they help to resist leaks going onto the roof timbers. Our roofing experts can help you select the best material for your flat roof, whether it is single ply, fiberglass, mineral felt, or EDPM, which is essentially a rubber roof.
Installing flat roofs requires the expertise that our specialists have provided our customers for several years. Flat roof installations have to be done in such a way that they help to prevent water from pooling on the roof. Water can add weight that will eventually weaken the roof’s structure and lead to collapses. Fortunately, our roof installers know what to do to help water roll off of the roof to keep it from accumulating and weakening the strength of the structure.
We know our work will satisfy your needs, just as it has done for our customers throughout the London area for the past several years. If you need an estimate on flat roof installations, give us a call, and we will give you an estimate on installing your flat roof.
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