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
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Flat roof activity in March 2018
Flat roof Projects in the UK in March 2018
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|Yorkshire & Humber||240||4%|
|East Of England||220||5%|
Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.
Energy Performance of Houses
Properties are given an energy score dependent on exactly how efficient they are and ratings are displayed in the data underneath. This varies from A, by far the most energy efficient, to G, the very least efficient. With a higher rating you're more likely to have cheaper energy bills as more heat will be kept inside your home. You'll be able to increase your home's efficiency with insulation including upvc double glazing, loft lagging or wall cavity insulation.