Flat Roof Insurance Reports London

Own a residential or commercial property in London and been asked to have a flat roof report 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 Reports London

Flat Roof Reports for Residential or Commercial Dwellings

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

With the chance of the weight of rain or compacted snow to build up on flat roofs to a point that simply wouldn’t take place with a standard rooftop, a number of typical insurance providers are not able to cover this risk and along with the UK’s record breaking snowfall annually, less and less insurance companies are set to be agreeing to the risk.

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Non-invasive Flat Roof Reports

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

Insurance Reports 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.

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We Cover London & the Surrounding Areas

Invasive Flat Roof Reports

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

Problems with Flat Roofs and Insurance

The exterior problem may not be anywhere close to the place the leak becomes visible inside your dwelling. Frequently water can sit among layers of flat roof materials for a number of months before actually getting into the house.

Flat Roofs Often Fail With Water Ingress

To make matters worse, water doesn’t generally come through the ceiling on a great sunny day when you’re in a good mood to handle it either! Problems usually become apparent whenever heavy rainfall compounds an already existing problem. So it’s safer to spend a short time up a ladder now, on the lookout for those tell-tale signs of a leak, rather than dealing with them on dark damp night in the depths of winter.

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