Garage Roof Replacement
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Asbestos Garage Roofs
The type of Asbestos used in domestic garage roofing is known as Chrysotile or more commonly, White Asbestos. Although White Asbestos is still classified as a hazardous material, due to very low Asbestos content it is considered to have a very low risk potential and although we always recommend due diligence when dealing with Asbestos if your roofing panels are undamaged and undisturbed the risk to your health is minimal.
Should your Asbestos garage roof have suffered any impact damage or deterioration then a little more caution is required, avoid unnecessary exposure and take care to minimise disturbance until you can have the garage roof replaced.
Non-Asbestos Garage Roofs
Regardless of the type of garage roof you currently have, our maintenance free garage roofing systems can give your garage a new lease of life.
- Cement-Fibre Garage Roofing Panels
- Felt Garage Roofs
- Plastic Garage Roofing Panels
- Tiled/Slate Garage Roofs
- EPDM Rubber Garage Roofs
- Onduline/Bitumen Garage Roofs
- Metal Garage Roofing Panels
- New Garage Roof Installations
Our straightforward approach and hassle-free quotation process means that you can replace your existing garage roof with just a few simple steps and total peace of mind.
Replacing Your Old Garage Roof
Unlike the garage roofs of the past our modern garage roofing systems are based on a high grade galvanised steel profiled garage roofing panel which can be used to replace any type of garage roof including Asbestos and Cement-Fibre garage roofs regardless of size or shape. Our lightweight profiled roofing panels are robust and versatile manufactured with a Plastisol coated exterior layer combined with an anti-condensation ‘DRIPSTOP’ felt membrane which is fully adhered to the underside.
Plastisol in simplest terms is liquid plastic, it is created by suspending PVC particles within a liquid plasticiser which when heated beyond a certain temperature can be infused, moulded or coated to serve different applications. In garage roofing panels the Plastisol is heated, coated and then cooled to form a strong but flexible barrier which provides the garage roofing panel with an additional layer of protection from changing weather conditions whilst also increasing the roofing panels physical damage resistance.
Garage roofing panels with DRIPSTOP anti-condensation felt membrane provide a medium for trapping moisture, the DRIPSTOP membrane then holds the moisture until it can be released back into the air in the form of normal humidity. Other benefits include increased noise reduction and increased resistances to material fatigue and mold providing an additional layer of protection for your Garage Roof.
DRIPSTOP membrane is fitted as standard with our roofing systems ensuring maximum protection and durability for the lifespan of the roofing system.
Fascia & Guttering
We include uPVC Fascia and Guttering as part of our garage roofing systems to ensure you get the same quality and lifespan as the roofing panels. By using low maintenance products such as uPVC you don’t need to worry about maintenance throughout the year or during the winter period, Whether we are just replacing a Garage Roof or a complete Garage Refurbishment we always use uPVC Fascia, Cladding and Guttering.
Designed for the UK Climate
Our Garage Roof Solution
We install superior, low maintenance garage roofing systems engineered to the highest standards which will ensure the lifespan and functionality of your garage whilst improving its overall appearance. The clear advantages and features provided by our profiled garage roofing systems means that when it comes to having your garage roof replaced, it is our only recommendation.
35+ Year Lifespan with no maintenance requirements
Based on the industry standard 0.7mm profiled panel
Fitted with DRIPSTOP membrane as standard
Available in a range of 16 different colours
Comes with manufacturer and workmanship guarantees
Garage Roof Conversions
There are many reasons why you may wish to consider converting your garage roof into a different style but if your reasoning is for anything other than, you prefer the look of one particular style over another or you are trying to match the style of neighboring garages then the chances are, this is an expense you could probably live without.
Converting your garage roof in most cases will not provide any additional storage space (at least not enough to justify what it would cost to do so), neither will it improve weather resistance or be anymore effective at clearing rainwater than your existing garage roof style.
Increasing the Height of your Garage Roof
As a cost effective alternate to a full garage roof conversion, increasing the height of your garage roof and its substructure can provide considerable benefits. Most people consider raising the height of their garage roof if they are looking to convert their garage into a usable space such as a gym, office or workshop. It may also be worth considering if you are looking for increased storage capacity, unlike a roof conversion where you would still be limited by the bottom of the substructure, you can unlock much needed additional space by raising the height of the entire roof.
We can increase the height of your garage roof up to 2.5m, anything beyond this will require planning permission.
Tile Effect Garage Roofs
Tile effect garage roof panels provide an aesthetically pleasing finish to your garage roof by reproducing the appearance having a tiled roof whilst still maintaining the advantages and benefits of our profiled roofing system.
- Vandyke Brown
- Olive Green
- Juniper Green
- Anthracite Grey
Unfortunately tile effect garage roof panels are only available for Apex and Mono-pitch garage roofs.
Hassle-Free Garage Roof Replacement
You can have just your garage roof replaced or a full refurbishment in just 3 simple steps.
Request a Quotation
You can obtain your free, no obligation quotation by giving us a call, sending us an email or filling out our online contact form.
Undertake an Inspection
Once you have received your quotation and your ready to proceed, make an appointment with one of our surveyors to inspect your project.
Book your Installation
All projects are booked over a one or two day period with a lead time of 2-4 weeks