GRP & EPDM Roofs

What is GRP roofing?

GRP stands for glass reinforced plastic, and is also referred to as fibreglass roofing. GRP is composed of a resin with glass or fibrous strands that reinforce the roofing material. Although the resin is a liquid, a catalyst is applied which starts a curing process to turn the liquid into a solid over a short period of time.

What is EPDM roofing?

EPDM stands for ethylene propylene diene monomer, and is a form of rubber roofing. It is an extremely durable material, and comes in rolls ready to be applied to the roof area.

You can read our blog post on them here and see what is best for you here.

Most jobs fall into 2 categories, those that require the felt and existing decking to be removed, and those where the existing decking is still in good enough condition to not need removing, therefore allowing us to deck over this existing decking. Most jobs will be completed in 1 day, in most cases access to your property is not needed, so it is not a problem if you are not at home while we do the job.

So get in touch if you need replace an old felt roof.