Why choose an Everest Flat Roof?
Everest Flat Roofs are made from Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP). GRP is the same material as used for the hulls of boats, and so it is extremley strong and 100% waterproof, making it ideal for roofing solutions. The entire area of a GRP roof is encapsulated into one single continuous surface with no joints or welds, completely eliminating water ingress.
Everest flat roofs are available in two types:
Our standard timber and concrete flat roofs are designed for garages and out houses. Their durability and lifetime guarantee means they offer maximum peace of mind.
Our energy saving timber and concrete flat roofs are for use above habitable rooms where building regulations stipulate that a new flat roof must have additional insulation to improve thermal performance. They are fitted with up to 150mm of extra insulation which, in many cases, means our energy saving flat roofs will exceed the British regulations standard for thermal efficiency and help to keep your energy bills down.
Of course, there’s more to a flat roof than just protection for your home. We understand the need for it to blend seamlessly into the existing style of your home, so Everest flat roofs are available in a variety of stylish colours, including caramel, fern, granite and platinum, as well as three finishes; standard, decor style slate chippings, and non-slip.