Process Used In Flat Roof Repairs And New Builds
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Using the very latest up to date GRP (fibreglass) and flexible resin bonding.
Firstly your existing roof membrane will be removed down to the decking.
Should your decking be in good order we then overdeck your roof with osb3 18mm decking sheets, otherwise known as Sterling Board. Overdecking prevents the disturbing of joists and any interior damage to ceilings, should your existing deck be damaged by water or rot this will also be removed as required.
The relevant trims will then be applied as per diagram 1 thru 4, this will effectively create a mold where the laminate can be applied.
Resin is applied to the deck 450gsm fibreglass matting is laid over the resin and further resin applied this is hard rolled to remove any pockets of air that may been trapped and allowed to cure this will take 20 to 40 minutes.
The whole roof is then given a light sanding to remove sharp edges and burrs.
The topcoat is then applied and allowed to cure taking 20 to 40 minutes to harden/cure, the topcoat provides a hard wearing durable surface and is usually done in a mid grey colour which being fairly neutral does not stand out in most situations, however you may choose any colour from our colour chart, and or a non slip coating suitable for traffic area such as balconies or terraces.
Your roof is then watertight UV protected, can be walked on, although we dont advocate this for 24 hours to allow for full curing/hardening to take place.
Should your existing roof have suffered from, excessive pooling of water/ lack of insulation/ the need for replacement fascia soffit and guttering, cures or replacement for these can all be incorporated into the process.
A typical roof of 20 metres Square would be completed over 2 days.
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