Flat roof

Flat roof

Flat roofs are horizontal or near horizontal and are otherwise known as low-pitch roofs. A waterproof material is used and water is allowed to run off the roof area at a slight inclination into a gutter system.

Although some flat surfaces won’t have a gutter system attached, they’re highly recommended and will keep the walls and foundations dry.

Benefits of flat roofing

Flat roof benefits are becoming more evident around the country. For those that invest in a flat roof, not only are they a space saver but the economical and efficient structure ensures both energy and money are saved too.

On top of this, flat roofs tend to last longer than the pitched tops and are also cheaper to have installed. They’re also resistant to UV rays and changing weather conditions, whilst they can be combined with almost any material.

With a flat roof:

  • Have a long lasting, weather and UV resistant surface

  • Save money on your energy bills with improved insulation

  • Benefit from a cheaper installation cost

  • Combine the structure with any material

Flat roofing quotes

Flat roofs prove to have a number of benefits for homeowners and commercial properties. If you’re interested in a flat roof for your building you’ve come to the right place.

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Flat roof companies

Local Flat roof Projects

1 Project: I need corrugated sheeting to cover a garage roof of 8 x 5 metres Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Semi detached Property Age: 1930-70 Current Roof Material: Other
2 Project: Renewal of flat roof on single garage
3 Project: rear extension kitchen flat roof to be replaced with GRP fibre glass finish. Existing felt to be removed new fascias, gutter and RWPs to be installed. Approx area is 20m2. Are you the property owner:...
4 Project: Flat roof repair above our porch
5 Project: We would like our outside extension to be fibre glassed with a roof lantern Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Semi detached Location of roof: Extension Height: 1st Floo...
6 Project: new build flat roof sika specification Decthane Ultra 15 70m2 with abutments
7 Project: We are doing a garage conversion and have been told we need to install a warm roof using 120mm of Celotex type insulation on top of the old boards re-board and new felt. The roof area is 24 m2 and the...
8 Project: Looking to buy a semi detached property. However roof needs re felting and tiles put back on.? Cost
9 Project: Metal roof installed approx 20m long x 5.5m wide on slope Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Detached Location of roof: Extension Height: 1st Floor Property Age: Pre 1900...
10 Project: small shed needs felting
11 Project: Flat roof above bay window needs felting as lead pinched. Urgent before rain Are you the property owner: Tenant (with permission) Property Type: Semi detached Location of roof: Other Height: 1st Floor...
12 Project: Flat roof replacement covering approx. 5.2m x5.2mI the boards will probably need replacing and the felt and side batons
13 Project: CORNER FELT REPAIR
14 Project: At present on my garage is Asbestos roof. When it rains heavily it leaks few places. So needs to check for repair or new roofing Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Sem...
15 Project: Replace flat fibre roof into tiled roof Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Detached Location of roof: Extension Property Age: 1930-70 Current Roof Material: Fibreglass Do...
16 Project: Felted Flat roof replacement, for a garage. Approx. cost of different types. The size is 17 ft x 18 ft. For house we are thinking ofbuying.
17 Project: Replacement of felt roof on a flat-topped dormer
18 Project: Flat roof on extension has water pooling and I would like a quote to repair please Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Semi detached Location of roof: Extension Height: 1s...
19 Project: a flat roof that leeks a little probably old felt we have been here for 10 years we put some waterproof selent on it stopped most of the leek but i feel replace the felt or raise and tile it its onl...
20 Project: Kitchen and garage replacement boards and felt

Reviews of flat roof companies

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JJP ROOFING AND BUILDING
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V good
By Mrs Mrs P.
M PICKETT ROOFING
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Good price. Very knowledgeable. Friendly
T S HOMEIMPROVEMENTS
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Good price. Very knowledgeable. Friendly.
FD CITY HOME IMPROVEMENTS
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Priced over the top. Friendly. Didn’t call back when said. But did the next day.
BISHOP ROOFING BUILDING AND LANDSCAPING
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Very efficient. Friendly.

Flat roof activity in September 2018

Flat roof Projects in the UK in September 2018

August 2018 July / August
South East 780 3% <img src=
Greater London 610 -2% <img src=
North West 350 -13% <img src=
Western Midlands 341 -10% <img src=
East Midlands 272 -10% <img src=
South West 261 -28% <img src=
Yorkshire & Humber 240 4% <img src=
Scotland 237 65% <img src=
East Of England 220 5% <img src=
Wales 167 -16% <img src=
Northern Ireland 152 85% <img src=
North East 30 -25% <img src=
United Kingdom 3,660 -2%

Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.

Latest successful flat roof projects in September

By Mr Geoff B.
Plastic Craft only firm to quote, being a local firm I was happy to accept and they completed the job as they stated. Excellent work, very happy
By Mr Adam K.
Not helpful
By Mrs Debi W.
Sent roofers
By - Adam K.
No quote and no-one got in touch.
By Mr Ivan J.
Quota ‘tis was ok but I only had one caller

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