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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Local Flat roof Projects

1 Project: Remove old felt flat roof on shed, replace with fibre glass roof new osb boards etc, size is 360x190cm.
2 Project: Full flat room repair due to weather damage over the last few years
3 Project: need a quote for box profile rioofing sheets to cover 8 foot x 6 foot aviary please. Many thanks
4 Project: Re-roofing of 2 stable blocks.
5 Project: replace plastic roof over walkway to laundry room
6 Project: I need to cover pitch roof 2 sides 4.6m wide 2.35 depth. Can you give me a price. Regards Ian
7 Project: Flat roof for new build garage (never had a roof and no structure for roof in place) quotation for rubber or felt torch, must include facias and guttering. I have a photo of the Garage the size is 6.2...
8 Project: 12m x 3m plastic coated corrugated sheet's.
9 Project: 1x13ft galvanised corrugated roofing sheet
10 Project: 3meter by 4 meter new flat roof including new wood and felt
11 Project: GRP conservatory roof [5m x 2m] to replace old felted roof which has begun to leak. The PVC window frames and door were replaced only a few years ago.
12 Project: Garage roof repair, at my mother's property, as there is a leak. It is an asphalt type roof.
13 Project: EPDM insulated flat roof to be laid on top of 18mm shuttering ply, on single storey roof about 2.8 X 2.6M.
14 Project: Felt flat roof replacement or repair - 5.0m x 2.4m
15 Project: Repair or replace a flat roof on an extension approx. 25 sq mtrs
16 Project: Flat roof replacement
17 Project: Garage roof repair, at my mother's property, as there is a leak. It is an asphalt type roof.
18 Project: i need to roof a garage 8meter by 6.2 meter. cheapest stuff? i was thinking corrugated fiberglass with maybe one row of clear plastic to act as skylight. what price can you give me? delivered pleas...
19 Project: Change from current glass roof to flat roof with lantern in the middle, size of current conservatory roof approx 3.5 m x 4 m Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Are you looking for a...
20 Project: Flat roof replacement

Reviews of flat roof companies

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Flat roof activity in April 2019

Flat roof Projects in the UK in April 2019

March 2019 February / March
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 April

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found three top rated companies to qote
By Mrs Linda C.
Put me in contact with businesses that could complete the job as needed.
By - Adrian B.
it helped me to decide which company to spend my money with.
By Mr Mark P.
5 companies replied in 3 days

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