Flat Roofing Experts Dublin
Today, customers in Dublin frequently search online for a "flat roofer Dublin" or a "Dublin flat roofing contractor". In this historic community, numerous businesses and some residential properties display flat roofs. Keeping these structures in excellent condition helps preserve property values.
Dublin City Roofing Contractors conducts business from offices located at Oceanic Suite, Centre Block, Docklands Innovation Park, 128-130 East Wall Road, Dublin 3, Ireland. We take great pride in installing and repairing superb flat roofs. We fully appreciate the importance of performing our work accurately.
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In addition to installing and replacing flat roofs, we also offer expert flat roofing repairs Dublin. Just like roofs with steeper gradients, flat roofs sometimes sustain damage from harsh weather systems or windblown debris. The skilled artisans who work on these types of roofs need to exercise care not to accidentally block roof drainage systems. Flat roofs subjected to abnormally high weight loads as a result of the buildup of ice and snow sometimes collapse, for example.
Customers benefit by choosing skilled flat roofing contractors. Our roofers possess considerable experience installing and fixing flat roofs in Dublin. We use commercial grade tools and supplies during this process. Our customers receive solid value from our roofing skills!
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We offer several in-demand roofing services to assist customers. Consider asking us to provide any (or all) of these key services:
- Flat roof installations and repairs;
- General roof installation and repair services;
- Chimney repairs;
- Fiberglass roof installation and repair services;
- The installation and repair of fascia, soffits, and gutters;
- Emergency roof repair services.
Our family owned firm hopes customers in Dublin select us as their preferred flat roof installation and repair firm. Our familiarity with a wide array of types of flat roofs qualifies us to provide this important service.
Flat Roof Repairs Expert Near You
Flat roofing has come along way in the last then years since the days of them just being a cheap alternative to a pitch roof and nearly always leaking. That has changed now and thanks to the development of better materials.
We live in a climate of consistent damp and wet and all roofing systems need to be able to cope with that certainty not to mention driving winds and unpredictable conditions. Our wind driven rain will test any roofer worth his salt. “Modern materials, design and ventilation have completely changed flat roofing” Flat Roofing Benefits:
Flat roofs which should not not be totally flat as its needs to give a small fall in order to direct water using 1 degree fall to direct water to the gutter. Flat roofs are popular usually on rear or side extensions avoiding the need for an apex or pitch. With some buildings depending on where the windows are giving better views and vista.
Flat Roofing Systems & Average Costs
Other Flat Roofing Systems & Estimated Costs
Torch-on felt flat roofing is what covers most flat roofs and has come a long way in the last ten years. This is the go-to option, cheap and readily available, it’s usually applied in two or three layers. They can either have a granular finish or a smooth finish and this can be then painted with solar reflective paint. It usually comes with a materials guarantee of 10-15 years and costs about €55per sqm.
Another alternative is PVC, this is a single ply membrane of usually grey-coloured rubber is fixed to your timber base, making labour costs cheaper than the installation of a two-ply material. When its laid well it can looks very good, it usually costs 20-30 per cent more than a torch-on system and will come with guarantees of around 12-15 years.
Fibre Glass Roofing
There is also fibreglass flat roofing, its effectiveness is still a bit undecided but has a reputation of being durable. Its inflexible nature is not suitable for some situations, but advances in materials in recent years have made fibreglass roofing more reliable and very durable. Costs are around €70 per sq m on domestic-sized roofs and should be able to last for about 15-20 years.
Zinc is growing in popularity and one of our favorites, it’s a slick, smooth, contemporary look that goes on in panels with a standing seam joining each panel. Its a very modern and durable look impressing the neighbours and visitors.
It is naturally resistant to corrosion, needs minimal to no maintenance due to its natural, self-protecting patina, and is extremely long lasting – 100 years-plus. It can come in a few grey, dark and silvery colours and will maintain its colour throughout its life.
Costs are about €120 per metre by the time up-stands, drips and fascias are taken into account. It is a nice advantage to be able to do your fascias, soffits and rainwater goods in the same material, giving nice continuity and consistency.
Copper has been the more traditional way to go. It is one of the few metals that occur naturally rather than needing to be extracted from ore, thus making it one of the earliest metals to be used. The covering of choice for well-to-do buildings of the past. The gorgeous green patina it develops after years of oxidation has long been coveted by architects.
A truly beautiful natural product but unfortunately it comes with a truly heavy price tag. Expect to pay in the region of €130 per metre. Like zinc, it is extremely long lasting, around 100 years in this country.
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Lead, another beautiful and traditional product, is hugely malleable, and mostly used on small areas, over bay windows for example. Cost would be similar to copper at €130 per metre and comes with a material guarantee of 50 years. Source of Information
Flat Roofing Repair Costs
Small Leaks and Repairs
Poor drainage is usually the number one cause of leaks in flat roofs, because the water is more likely to collect on top. Regular monitoring is required for structures with flat roofs to prevent puddles from forming since the weight of the water will eventually lead to structural damage. Bitumen or Asphalt is a common material used on flat roofs and a contractor will need to repair any cracks caused by drainage issues. To seal cracks on a flat roof, the cost cab be approximately €500 to €1,200.