In definition a flat roof is any roof with a pitch of less than 10 degrees and is very easily identified on the basis that in view it is horizontal.
Without a loft space to insulate it is common that a flat roof has little or no insulation present which is a commonly a problem.
Flat roof construction was popular from the 1950’s right through to the 1970’s and we still see flat roof property construction in small volumes to this day.
When flat roof projects were developed insulation wasn’t high on the agenda so if you do have a flat roof property the chances are its is poorly insulated.
A flat roof property in its very design is flawed and susceptible to heat loss and a prone to leaking causing deterioration in the materials of the roof itself.
The best method to combat this issue and to ensure a warm and energy efficient home is to insulate….
When insulating a flat roof it is important to consider not only the insulation but air and water tightness also and with our system you can be confident that your property will be treated effectively.
Utilising a warm roof system we will create a deck system which covers all elements vital to a successful installation in relation to its purpose.
With ECO3 funding available through UK Energy Management (NE) you could qualify if you are in receipt of a qualifying benefit and meet the criteria.
There has never been a better time to see if you can benefit from our services.