Flat roofing isn’t the easiest project to plan for. You need to make sure that you choose the right materials for the job that are going to be durable and hard-wearing. There are several different things to keep in mind when it comes to flat roofing materials and one of them is to think beyond one of the most popular traditional materials – felt.
It is high time for felt to move over in favour of more sustainable roofing methods. But felt has been around for a long time, and it has been the material of choice for a long time too. More and more homeowners are looking for a better solution to domestic waterproofing – one that doesn’t need to be replaced every few years, especially for a flat garage roof. Liquid rubber roofing could provide the ideal alternative to outdated felt. Let’s look at a few reasons why.
Comparing the cost
One of the cheapest flat roofing materials out there is felt and therefore this has been the go-to-choice for several years for domestic buildings. However, homeowners should also keep in mind that liquid rubber can be much more cost effective over its lifespan. And it gives a much better result than you can hope to achieve from felt.
The durability of liquid rubber vs felt
Felt may have been used for some time, but it doesn’t always stand the test of time. Felt won’t always be able to withstand extreme weathers and extreme temperatures, which isn’t ideal for an outside building in the UK.
Liquid rubber in comparison, is long-lasting and durable over its expected lifespan of up to 30 years. It provides a perfect seal and is ideal for roofing projects with awkward elements and tight corners where membrane cannot reach.
As you can see, liquid rubber might just be the option that you have been looking for in order to get a seamlessly reliable seal for your roof project. So, what are you waiting for? Give Permaroof Kent a call today and book your free liquid rubber roofing survey and fast quote. We offer insurance-backed workmanship guarantees as standard in addition to materials warranty for your peace of mind.
Talk to us to discuss your Kent roofing projects or visit the liquid rubber roofing page to find out more.