- Replacing felt flat roof with GRP – ballpark figures?
Has anyone done this recently? The felt on one of ours is leaking, I bodged a repair in the Autumn with some bitumen and a very wobbly ladder. Needless to say it hasn’t lasted and I don’t fancy going up there again 8O. I’m after something more permanent so will get the whole lot replaced with GRP.Posted 2 years ago
Size wise it’s pretty much 3/4s of the example photo below (i.e. 3 Windows all in a line – interfacing to an existing GRP roof on our neighbours. The leak is on the far side, so not at the felt/GRP interface)
Anyone had something similar done? Any ballpark figures?
I’m getting some quotes next week but interested in numbers. Appreciate there are regional variations etc. (I’m in North Yorks)
Similar roof type:
Ask your neighbours if they’d recommend whoever did theirs?
Turns out they did their own. It’s not GRP either, but some sort of rubber applied with an adhesive with a trim around the front edge. By his reckoning, our current roof has only been on about 7-8 years; that seems pretty poor imho. Although judging by the piss-poor standard of decorating etc. in our house it wouldn’t surprise me if it was a botched DIY job by the previous owner (one of many!).Posted 2 years ago
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