The use of felt or bitumen on a flat roof is out-dated, as such materials are extremely prone to leakage, which causes damage to both the roof and the building beneath.
In comparison a fibreglass roof which, if properly laid, has the capability to last for a minimum period of thirty years with no discernible deterioration in quality.
At Contemporary Structures we only use fibreglass for our roofing installations, all of which are performed by our supremely-skilled team of experienced, fibreglass-roofing fitters.
Fibreglass (GRP or Glass Reinforced Polyester) is a fibre-reinforced polymer manufactured as a plastic matrix that is reinforced by glass fibres. It is resistant to corrosion and is high in strength, meaning it has become invaluable to all kinds of industries since its creation in the 1940s.