GRP Roofing

Have you got an existing GRP roof that requires repairs and maintenance? Do you want to install a new glass fibre roof?

Glass fibre roofing (GRP) is a common roofing system used throughout the UK. London Flat Roofing have been providing GRP roofing services to residential and commercial properties throughout London for over 2 decades.

From a small repair to full on glass fibre roof restoration, we can help you. Our team of experienced and knowledgeable roofers are on hand to tackle your project – big or small. A properly laid fibreglass roof will last for at least 30 years with no measurable deterioration.

Get in touch with us and we will respond promptly and can even attend the property the same day in an emergency, for example, severe water ingress.

What are the Benefits of Glass Fibre Roofing?

  • GRP can be used to create any shape of roof.
  • Glass fibre roofing can be applied without the need for heat.
  • GRP is a cost effective roofing solution because it is easy to install and requires less labour than other roofing systems.
  • Glass fibre flat roofs are incredibly durable. When laid correctly they can be walked upon.

Why Choose Us?

  • Over 30 Years Experience
  • Excellent Customer Service
  • Insurance Backed Guarantees
  • We Get it Done on Time
  • Flexible Systems & Pricing
  • Rated 5 out of 5 by Our Customers

Choosing a GRP Roofing Contractor

In this video our principal estimator – Steven Dickinson demonstrates how a badly GRP roof can cause issues at your property.

GRP Roofing Services London

We offer GRP roofing services in London and the surrounding areas.

We specialise in fibreglass roofing for flat roofs which is carried out to the highest standards. Whether your requirements are for domestic or commercial, we can provide high quality, guaranteed, weatherproof and maintenance free, flat roof repairs. Our high quality GRP roofing will cover your entire roof area, is maintenance free and tough enough to walk on or stand ladders for access for window cleaners.

A GRP roof is a standard boarded roof covered in a layer of fibreglass (polyester resin with glass reinforcement) and coated with a polyester topcoat. It is very tough and cannot be cut with a knife so it provides a very strong roof structure. Traditional felt roofs rely on joints or welded seams, which are potential failure points. A continuous GRP surface has no joins, no welds and no seams.

If you have any questions, need some advice or a quote for GRP roofing then please do not hesitate to give us a call or click here to request an estimate online.