Flat Roof Insurance Inspections London

Own a residential or commercial property in London and been asked to have a flat roof inspection undertaken by your home insurance company?

Flat roofs result in a way more significant risk for insurance companies when compared with pitched and tiled roofs.

It has become general practice for insurance underwriters to obtain a report for your residential or commercial property before they will issue you with buildings insurance. London Flat Roofing have become one of the go-to companies in this area of expertise.

Get in touch with us and we will respond promptly to book a suitable time and day to come and visit your property.

Flat Roof Inspections London

Flat Roof Inspections for Residential or Commercial Dwellings

In most instances, insurance firms will ask for flat roofs to be checked. This is a result of their high failure rates.

A leak is a failure. The exterior problem may not be anywhere close to the point the leak becomes visible inside the building. Often water can sit among layers of flat roof components for several months before actually escaping into the building. This means that a roof could be failing way before you notice any damp or water ingress inside of the building. We suggest getting your flat roof looked regularly to avoid costly repairs.

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  • Over 30 Years Experience
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Non-invasive Flat Roof Inspections

This video shows our lead estimator conducting a non-invasive flat roof inspection.

Insurance Inspections for Flat Roofs

The report will include the following:

Roof covering, Tiles, Guttering, Pipe work, Soffits, Fascias, Bargeboards, Chimney stacks, Chimney pots, Parapet walls & Leadwork.

Our Service Area

We Cover London & the Surrounding Areas

Invasive Flat Roof Inspections

This video shows our lead estimator conducting an invasive flat roof inspection.

Why You Should Have a Flat Roof Inspection

Flat roofs lead to an increasing risk for insurers as opposed to pitched and tiled rooftops. Aided by the possibility of the load of rainwater or compacted snow to build up on flat roofs. Many insurance companies are unable to handle this risk and with the UK’s record busting snowfall annually, far less insurers are set to be taking on the risk.

How Long is an Inspection Valid For?

It has become normal practice for insurance firms to require an investigation of your roof prior to when they’ll issue you with homeowners insurance. These reports are generally valid for a number of years (subject to the insurance company), therefore once you have the report, you should be able to make use of it for upwards of 12 months.

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Does your flat roof need to be repaired, replaced or improved?