Flat roofing is suitable for both commercial and domestic properties. The material of it can affect the strength and durability of a structure. From GRP roofing, to single ply roofing such as EPDM, various types have different benefits. If you’re struggling to decide which is best for you, Duraseal can help you decide.
The Types Of Flat Roofing
Glass reinforced plastic (GRP) is better known as fibreglass and is one of the most popular materials for level structures. Quality installation is important to make it last for as long as possible. GRP roofing is one of the most heat and chemical proof materials you can use, making it ideal for both commercial and domestic properties.
Here are just some of the benefits of fibreglass flat roofing:
Single Ply Roofing
Single ply roofing is one sheet of material that covers a structure. When installed correctly, they can last for a long time. Common materials for this flat roofing type are PVC and EPDM. One sheet of material means it is lightweight to handle and flexible, making it quite simple to install.
This type of flat roofing is suitable for buildings like sheds, garages and extensions. EPDM roofing stands for ethylene propylene diene monomer, but it is simply synthetic rubber. One of the biggest selling points of this material is that it’s 100% recyclable. GRP roofing has a similar lifespan to EPDM roofing, as well as ease in repairs.
Here are more of the advantages to EDPM roofing:
Contact Duraseal Today For Quality Flat Roofing
Get in touch with our team if you have any questions about which material is best for you. If you need commercial or domestic solutions, then Duraseal can help. Call us now to discuss your project and we can provide you with a free quote for single ply roofing.