Bitumen Felt Flat Roofing

Bitumen Felt Flat RoofingThe Highest Standard In Bitumen Felt Flat Roofing

With years of experience in bitumen felt flat roofing, our experts will have our flat roof repaired or replaced to the highest possible standard. We are on hand to assist no matter what the problem, and whether you require emergency or routine assistance. Most importantly, we offer flat roofing you can trust and afford, and which will go on protecting your property for years and through all weathers.

SCL Roofing Flat roofs are notorious for leaking, and can require a little more routine maintenance than pitched roofing systems. However, when installed by a professional, you can expect your roof to give you high performance without any problem. We offer bitumen felt flat roofing of the highest standard, and we can arrange repairs or a replacement at a very competitive price.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Bitumen Felt Flat Roofing

There are several advantages of bitumen felt flat roof. Compared to other roofing materials, bitumen felt can withstand high winds and is waterproof. However, it is also more expensive than EPDM. It is recommended to consult a professional like SCL Roofing when it comes to installing this type of roofing. Call us on 08003032303 for more information. Here are a few tips to help you choose the right type of roof for your home.

Felt roofing is a popular choice for flat roofing in the UK, but has a number of disadvantages. Generally, it is hard to install and requires regular maintenance. It also wears down very quickly if the roof space is constantly used. If the roofing material is exposed to UV rays, it will crack and peel. Another disadvantage of felt is its lack of flexibility, which makes it vulnerable to tearing.

As with any type of roofing, bitumen felt flat roofing needs regular maintenance. If a roof is exposed to direct sunlight for prolonged periods, the protective layer of crushed mineral will wear away. Exposure to UV rays will cause the bitumen base to crack and break. Additionally, felt is difficult to install and requires regular repair. Lastly, felt is not very flexible. Sharp objects will pierce the protective layer of felt and tear it.