Match your fibreglass roof to your property’s décor when you utilise the solutions we provide at the most competitive prices. To discuss our array of fibreglass roofing services in detail, please contact our experts in Hayle, Cornwall.
Fibreglass is a suitable choice for extensions that may have weaker support than other areas of the property and areas such as enclosed porches, gazebos, garages, sunrooms, and conservatories. Moreover, no matter how complex the installation make look, you can be confident that we will be able to carry out the job. Many of our customers choose fibreglass roofs over other options available because this roofing material is durable, easy to maintain, and affordable.
When it comes to fibreglass roofing, it is good to know what it is so you have a full understanding of its benefits. Carefully woven together, experts create the material from very thin fibres of glass. To harden and make the material sturdy, experts add a special resin. Colour dyes can also be added at this point to achieve the desired colour of the fibreglass.
Fibreglass roofing is very lightweight and can either be used as solid, single sheets, or in tiles. Moreover, fibreglass is quicker to install than other types of roofing because of its weight and depth. Where possible, we will install fibreglass over the top of existing roofs, which is ideal when you want to protect the natural tiling of your house.
Many people do not realise that there are many advantages of installing a fibreglass roof, which include the durability of the material. Moreover, once installed, a fibreglass roof can last up to 30 years, and it will not melt in extremely high temperatures. The large choice of colours available means that you can match the colour of the fibreglass to your property’s décor. However, it is important to note that fibreglass cannot withstand heavy loads, and the material does not provide insulation. As it is not made from wood or metal, fibreglass will not rust or rot.
When calculating your free estimate, we consider the following:
Amount of Trimming and Cutting Required
The Slope of the Roofline
Whether Old Roofing Materials Need to Be Removed
Whether a False Roof Is Added Underneath for Added Stability
Presence of Skylights or Other Openings
If you have any questions or would like to know more, please contact us.