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A flat roof despite their title is a roof which is not level, in contrast to the many types of sloped roofs. The slope of a roof is also known as its pitch and flat roofs have to be up to approximately 10 – 15°, to allow for rain to flow off the roof. Flat roofs have been in use since ancient times in extreme climates and built up areas as they allow the roof space to be used as an extra living space or a living roof.
You can have different types of roof mainly EPDM or TPO, Built-up Flat Roof, Modified Bitumen and Fibreglass .
Commercial Flat Roofing.
We provide high quality flat roofs that are designed to solve all commercial flat roof problems. Building owners opt for a flat roof because of the various benefits they offer. Commercial building owners choose flat roofs because flat roofs cost less, it provides extra floor space where storage facilities, HVAC units, extractor fans etc
Maybe you have a leak or damaged flat roof. Repairing it should be the solution. An average flat roof repair costs around €400-600 on average, which is significantly cheaper than the cost of full replacement. Plus, repairing your flat roof can easily extend its service life by at least 3-5 years. If your roof is old replacing it should be considered as an alternative.
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A Flat roofing may appear to be entirely flat with a wide surface. This is not the case, its not be too obvious but even if it seems flat, there are slight slopes and pitches to drain or shed water. Flat roofs have unique qualities that make them a great option not only for commercial use but also for your homes. We install all makes and types of flat roofing systems
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The most obvious advantage for flat roofs is the cost the materials are cheaper; the labour is cheaper because there is less risk in installing, and these roofs are easier and quicker to install so there is less labour costs.