Fibreglass Roofing

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Why Choose DS-Roofing for your Fibreglass Roofing

Fibreglass roofing is a popular choice for extensions and DS-Roofing can fit fibre glass roofing however complicated it may look.

Fibreglass roofing is a popular choice for DS-Roofing customers as it is highly durable, easy to maintain and is very affordable.

When it comes fibre glass roofing, it is good to know what it is so you can have a full understanding of it’s benefits. It is made from very thin fibres of glass that is then woven together, a special resin is added to harden the material and make it sturdy. Colour dyes can also be added at this point to give the fibre glass any desired colour.

Fibreglass roofing is very lightweight and can either be used as solid, single sheets or in tiles.

Fibreglass is the perfect choice for extensions that may have weaker support than other areas of the house, or other areas such as enclosed porches, gazebos, garages, sun rooms or conservatories.

Fibreglass can be quicker to install than other types of roofing because of it’s weight and depth. In many cases, it can be installed over the top of existing roofs, this is ideal if you want to protect the natural tiling of the house.

Many people do not realise the other qualities of having a fibre glass roof, such as it’s durability, it can last up to 30 years, and it will not melt even in extremely high temperatures, and its large choice in colour means it can match existing decor. However it should be noted that a fibre glass is not capable of withstanding heavy loads and it does not provide much insulation.

As it is not made from wood or metal, fibreglass will not rust or rot.

When choosing a new roof there can be a lot to take in, if you would like a free estimate and to discuss your requirements, DS-Roofing would be delighted to take your call on 07718478779, 01736 603319 or email us at info@ds-roofing.co.uk.

DS-Roofing will take the following criteria into consideration when calculating your free estimate.

  • Amount of trimming and cutting required
  • 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, contact us