Felt Roofs in Ingrave
Ingrave CM13 Flat Felt Roofing Installations
Felt roofing is the traditional product used for covering flat roofs in Ingrave and is still a popular roofing material. Mineral felt is covered with a thin layer of stone chippings to produce a hard wearing and cost-effective roofing solution for domestic and commercial applications.
Best Rated Roofers has a team of experienced and trained felt roof installers to undertake repair and maintenance work on all types of felt roofing in Ingrave, as well as new-build projects.
Ingrave Roofing Experts
Why choose Best Rated Roofers for your felt roof in Ingrave CM13?
The majority of our works are recommendations from previous customers, which is a testament to our customer service and workmanship.
With complete customer satisfaction as our primary focus, we work hard to ensure quality and reliability so that you have peace of mind that your roofing project will be completed to the highest possible standards.
With £1million public liability insurance, competitive prices and our skilled workforce, we remain the preferred roofing contractors in Ingrave
- Free Estimates for Roofing Work
- All work guaranteed
- Flat Roofing
- Tile Roofers
- Slate Roofing
- Rubber Roofing
- Felt Roofing
- Domestic Roofing Services
- Roof Repairs
- Fascias & Soffit Installation
- Gutter Repairs & Installers
- Chimney Repairs & Leadwork
Frequently Asked Questions in Ingrave
Leaks are often the first sign that something is wrong. Make sure you inspect your roof and gutters twice a year. Look for cracked, warped or missing shingles or tiles or excessive surface granules accumulating in the gutters – these can all be visible signs that your roof has a problem. Indoors you should look out for bubbled or peeling wallpaper, cracked paint, discoloured plasterboard or anything out of the norm. Remember, the longer you leave a problem the more expensive the solution can become.
GRB/Fibreglass is a newer roofing system that lends itself best to flat roofing but is also suitable for pitched roofs in some applications. Fibreglass is more durable than felt and stronger too. A fibreglass roof will last for more than 20 years and it’s less likely than felt to develop a fault.
It depends on several factors, such as the extent of the damage and the materials it is constructed from. We will survey the roof and let the customer know the options available to them. We can always repair when it is an option, but sometimes a full replacement is the only solution. Whatever the situation, you need to have a roofer properly assess the roof.
Only in very exceptional circumstances, such as when a roof is very structurally unsafe. Otherwise, you can stay at home.