In our vast experience of fitting flat roofs and flat roof insulation, Everest has found that many traditional materials are prone to ripping, tearing and causing leaks. This damage obviously results in costly repairs or replacement. At Everest, we use only Glass-Reinforced Polyester (GRP) in our flat-roof construction – a material more commonly used in boat building and for expedition shelters in the Antarctic where extreme conditions and temperatures can really take their toll.
For best results, we always lay our GRP as one continuous surface in our flat roof construction, so there are no joints or welds for water to seep through, or to get snagged which can cause rips and tears.
The state-of-the-art GRP material we use is guaranteed to last. Its one surface construction and strong GRP material also means that an Everest flat roof is virtually maintenance-free and comes with a lifetime guarantee. For added reassurance, the Everest roofline products we install as part of our flat roofs, also come with comprehensive guarantees of up to 20 years. What’s more, our flat roof systems are also BBA approved.
Of course, there’s more to a flat roof than just protection for your home. We also understand the need for it to blend seamlessly into the existing style of your home, so Everest flat roofs are available in a range of stylish finishes and colours.