GRP Flat Roofs
Roof It Rite are experts in roof coverings and GRP flat roofing, offering the right cost-effective solution when planning your new flat roof. We pride ourselves in the high quality of our workmanship and aim to ensure our customers are completely happy throughout the whole installation process. GRP (glass reinforced plastic or glass resin plastic) is the technical name for what is commonly known as ‘fibreglass’ and is tremendously versatile, light weight, strong and waterproof, with a lifespan of over 50 years, making it a long-lasting solution to durable flat roofing. You can have a fibreglass roof on:
- shop roofs
- bay windows
The GRP roofing process ensures that your roof is entirely sealed with no joints meaning that even the smallest drop of water can’t leak through. Once installed you won’t have to do any maintenance to the roof, leaving you with total piece of mind.
Although GRP fibreglass roofing has a long-life expectancy, occasionally some minor repairs may be required. It’s advised to check your roof regularly and if you notice a problem, you can count on us to fix it for you.
Roof It Rite supply fibreglass flat roofing services to both domestic and commercial clients.
Whether it is a garage, conservatory or flat roof extension you need, call us today on 07917 665539 for a free, no-obligation quote or use the contact form.
New Pitched Roofs
When you’re having, a pitched, new roof fitted it’s only natural that you want to ensure it’s completed to thorough standards and that it will weather the test of time. Roof It Rite specialise in new, roof coverings of all types and will guide you in selecting the right material, colour & finish for your property – large or small.
Transform your roof with distinctive slate tiles: Slate is an ever-popular choice, so we use fibre cement slates which provide the charm and durability of a natural slate roof with all the economical, functional and environmentally friendly attributes of modern slate technology. Unlike other materials, fibre cement slates do not require wet-cutting due to the composition/workability of the material. Additionally, they come in various shapes and colours.
Clay Tile Roofs
Clay tiles are used on roofs extensively, offering the most aesthetically pleasing finish which is extremely hard-wearing and weather resistant. Since Roman times, clay has been an accepted construction material not only for its durability but also for its insulation properties. Reflecting heat in the summer (including harmful UV rays) and insulating your property in the winter, clay tile roofing is perfect for reducing your energy bills.
Our clay tiles come in a variety of styles and colours to choose from. Also, their colours do not fade, but rather improve during their lifetime.
Concrete Tile Roofs
While clay roof tiles have been used on roofs for centuries, concrete tiles have become more widespread over the last half a century. Easy to produce and consistent in quality, the concrete roofing tile is available in a choice of patterns and colours.
Popular with homeowners and commercial property owners alike, throughout the length and breadth of Great Britain, concrete tile roofing combines low maintenance and weather resistance with a long-life span.
Also, concrete tiles keep living spaces at a comfortable temperature all year round, saving money on your heating bills.
On new roofs and re-roofs, we only use breathable membrane and battens, breathable underlay (avoiding damp & condensation) and a breathable dry ridge system which doesn’t use mortar making the roof totally upkeep free.
All new roofs come with a 20-year material and labour guarantee.
It’s hard to know when you might need a roof replacement because a roof isn’t something that you check every day. With so many other things to think about, it’s easy to forget about maintaining your roof – but not doing so can cause problems.
- water damage
- mould and moss growth
- light coming through your roof
- loose roof tiles
- damaged flashing
- attic leaks
- falling mortar
- debris in gutters
- rotting underlay
Among the early signs that you may need a roof replacement are:
By highlighting the signs that you might need a roof replacement, we’ve made it clear that regular maintenance and checking makes sense. The weather and natural wear and tear of roofs can cause a lot of damage if left unchecked, so don’t delay, to contact Roof It Rite about the cost of a roof health survey & report today.