EPDM is a rubber material that is used widely for waterproofing applications. It can be used on flat roofs, sheds, gutters and more.
We created a variety of EPDM roofing and gutter kits to make these reliable and durable roofing materials accessible to all. They are available in varying thicknesses and sizes to suit many applications.
The kits are designed to supply the correct amount of membrane to glue to avoid wastage. All kits come with a guide to make installation quick and easy.
All you will need in combination with these kits are the trims and tools suited to your project. If you need help choosing these please don't hesitate to contact our friendly customer service team by phone, email or chat.
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Are you looking for a reliable, high-quality EPDM roofing kit for your property? Look no further than our selection of roofing and gutter kits. Our EPDM roofing kits (along with the rest of our products) are rated excellently on various, trusted websites such as TrustPilot. We always want to ensure that our customers are satisfied with our catalogue of roofing equipment, and we believe that delivering customer needs is the most important feature of our business.
If you’re unsure on how to install our premium EPDM roofing kits for your property, we’ve made sure that each of our roofing and gutter kits are fit with an easy-to-follow, quick installation guide. This guide can help you install our roofing kits easily and effectively, leaving you with a high-quality roofing system that can serve the residents of your property well.
If you are in need of additional information or support regarding our EPDM roofing and gutter kits, please feel free to contact us and we’ll be more than happy to help you with your needs.
The use of EPDM roofing kits have made roofing DIYs easier for replacing old, worn felt roofing materials for your property. Cost-effective and sustainable roofing methods can also help with DIY roofing methods, and thankfully, our EPDM roofing kits are able to deliver on these benefits.
UK Flat Roofing’s selection of roofing and gutter kits is designed to help our customers with their DIY roofing systems. With an easy and quick installation guide and high-quality materials on delivery, UK Flat Roofing can help you create your ideal DIY roofing system.
Browse through our range of EPDM roofing and gutter kits to find the perfect roofing kit that you’re looking for. Whether you need an EPDM roofing kit associated with HERTALAN or RESITRIX, we’ve got you covered with the right roofing kits across our selection. In need of expert advice or recommendation? Simply call us today to get free advice from our professional roofing team.
Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions and see if our answers help you! As always if you are interested in finding out more, contact us now!
A Flat roofing is the method of applying a flat roof onto a property, which is a roof that is completely or almost level. Flat roofs can be used for a variety of purposes, whether it’s for spacing, or to allow it to be used as a patio area or green roof. Contact us by clicking here, if you have any questions regarding flat roofing.
When opting for a flat roof application, there is a wide range of features that makes flat roofs more convenient for buyers. Lower construction and repair costs are one of the highlighted benefits in installing flat roofs, as it is easier to apply and maintain throughout its lifetime. It also takes up less space and can also use less material than traditional, sloped roofs.
Flat roofs are installed with specific materials which allow the water to run off from the surface, which then goes into gutters - a commonly used method due to the cost-effective structure for flat roofs.
Having a flat roof installed within your property can cost around £1,000 to £5,000 on average. Although, there are a lot of factors to consider when purchasing an instalment feature such as this. The type of roof, the location, size of the house, ease of access and expertise are all factors that will need to be considered to acquire a more concrete price for your roof.
There are four commonly used materials in a flat roof application, which are felt, rubber, fibreglass and lead. These materials can be easily installed, which makes them ideal for flat roofs.
Keeping your flat roof in a substantial shape can be difficult if you don’t maintain it consistently. Periodical check-ups are essential for flat roof maintenance, as even smaller issues can lead to larger problems if left unattended.
Keeping the roof clean, clearing a blockage from the drains and watching the weight of your flat roof (on seasonal circumstances such as when snow or ice are all factors you need to consider when maintaining your flat roof.