What Is The Difference between GRP & EPDM Roofing For Commercial Buildings?

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Flat roofing is one of the most durable and cost effective ways to roof a large commercial building however with so many different options of material it can become a daunting task deciding between them.

Our team of experienced roofing engineers can help and advise you on the very best option for your factory or office building. We’re going to explain some of the benefits of both GRP and EPDM flat roofing materials.

Commercial GRP Roofing Cardiff

GRB fibreglass roofing is provided by Duraseal Ltd for commercial buildings in Cardiff and the surrounding South Wales area. When working with hazardous materials such as fibreglass, it is critical to take all necessary precautions to avoid skin irritation. When installing commercial GRP roofing on your building, we ensure the safety of our customers, their employees, and ourselves. Duraseal Ltd provides complete GRP roofing as well as repair services.

GRP roof stands for glass reinforced plastic, or fibreglass as it is more commonly known. Modern GRP is made up of a resin that contains microscopic glass strands or fragments that help to reinforce the roofing material.

GRP fibreglass roofing is ideal for smaller workshops or light industrial units and has traditionally been used for garages, extensions, and standalone single-story buildings. Our team has worked on a variety of structures of various shapes, sizes, and styles.

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What Is Commercial Fibreglass Roofing Used For?

For flat roofs, commercial GRP roofing is used as a waterproofing solution. Because of its exceptional waterproof properties, single ply laminate has been used in the construction industry for over sixty years.

GPR fibreglass roofs are an excellent choice for commercial buildings. Little to no upkeep and maintenance is required. To keep your roof in good working order, we recommend cleaning it on a regular basis with non-corrosive substances.

GRP in roofing stands for glass reinforced polyester, a strengthened composite material. GBR roofs is made from fine fibres of glass. The material is extremely weatherproof and resilient. Alongside being aesthetically pleasant to look at, GRP is made frost proof and is designed to prevent water ingress. We offer this product in a range of attractive colours and finishes, ensuring your new roof complements the appearance of your home.

GRP roofing is designed to stand the test of time, and usually lasts for thirty years or so. This long life span is achieved thanks to its ability to not become damaged by corrosive weather conditions like snow, ice, rain and temperature change. GRP roofing is cost effective when you consider the long life span and minimal maintenance needed.

The cost of a GRP roof depends on the size, appearance and finish of the roof. Because of this, it’s difficult to be able to give an accurate cost. Duraseal Ltd offer free no obligation quotes for our roofing, and repair work to. There are a number of ways to be get quotes for our GRP roofs. You can email us, give us a call or visit us. Discussing your project and requirements in detail is the best way to give you prices for GRP roofing.

In addition to the materials strength and water resistance, GRP is a very easy material to work with from a roofers point of view. GRP roofing is lightweight and very flexible, meaning it can be used for roofs of all shapes and sizes. Commercial roofing and residential roofing alike. GRP is amongst our most popular roofing options across the two sectors.

Advantages of Commercial GRP Roofing

For commercial buildings, GRP roofing has a number of advantages. Particularly for buildings with larger surface areas, such as office buildings, schools, shopping malls, and hospitals. GRP roofs are very simple to instal, resulting in a quicker turnaround time.

Because of the seamless surface area, which actively reduces the chance of faults, the life expectancy is around twenty-five years. GRP roofs are completely custom-made and can be cut to fit almost any roof type. They are water-resistant and aid in the removal of wastewater.

Commercial EPDM Roofing Cardiff

A Guide To EPDM Rubber Roofing

Duraseal Ltd is a specialist roofing contractor in Cardiff and the surrounding South Wales areas, offering EPDM roofing. EPDM is one of the most popular roofing materials for commercial structures. A high-density rubber flat roof that is hybrid in design. Waterproof and fully sealed to withstand the harshest weather conditions.

EPDM rubber membrane is installed to improve the performance and weather resistance of your roof. This helps you save money on your commercial property’s heating costs year after year. This makes a flat roof one of the most cost-effective and commercially sound investments your company can make. You should consider an EPDM roof if you want a roofing system from a reputable contractor that continues to perform, stands the test of time, looks great, and is extremely durable.

What Does EPDM Stand For?

EPDM is a type of ethylene propylene diene monomer. It’s a single-ply synthetic rubber membrane that’s used to keep roof systems dry. EPDM has become a popular choice for both commercial and residential buildings due to its low cost, simple installation, durability, and ease of maintenance. You have the option of choosing between black and white to suit your needs.

Benefits Of Epdm Rubber Roofing

EPDM has many benefits, as a result, it is a type of roofing worth considering. Benefits include:

Contact Us For More Information On Commercial GRP & EPDM Flat Roofing Services

Find out more about our single ply membranes, EPDM & GRP roofing in South Wales and the surrounding area. Contact our team of highly trained professionals to discuss your options for your office, factory or other commercial premises. We provide a free, no-obligation quote so contact us and book an appointment.

We also conduct repair work on all types of flat roofing on commercial and residential buildings if required.

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