Versatility: When our team of Roofing Services Blackrockmeet with customers, we are often asked what sets fiberglass roofing solutions apart from other options on the market, including felt, slate and others. We explain that the benefits of fiberglass roofing are enormous. Above all, fiberglass as a roofing material is very versatile, which allows us to apply the system to a wide range of constructions. Although this type of roof construction is most commonly used for flat roof constructions, we typically install and service these systems on pitched roofs.
Durability & Longevity: The versatility of fibreglass roofing is matched only by its durability, and here we find one of the core differentiators between felt and fibreglass. Fibreglass typically lasts over twice as long as felt, with felt roofing structures typically offering a fairly short lifespan of many years.
In the vast majority of cases, we’ve seen that fibreglass roofing structures last up to many years, representing a significant and important investment for your home, office or business premises. When you install our fibreglass roofing products on your property, you can proceed with total peace of mind regarding the longevity of the material. When it comes to the selection of materials, there are few solutions out there that offer the same level of durability and longevity than fibreglass.
Ease of maintenance: We have already emphasized how durable fiberglass roofing systems are. This advantage also translates into a maintenance process that is relatively simple and can be easily performed by our team of mechanics and engineers. The truly innovative structure of fiberglass as a chemical material means it is completely seamless, drastically reducing the chance of erosion and water damage. In the unlikely event of such damage, problems can be identified quickly and rectified quickly.
Convenience: When it comes to choosing materials for roofing systems, nothing is more practical than fiberglass. The seamless nature of the structure means there is no waste, reducing pressure on local landfills and presenting itself as a more environmentally friendly alternative to felt, which is rarely recycled. The material is pre-cut at our production site, which greatly speeds up the transport and installation process.