Fatra Single Ply Roofing Exeter
Trustworthy Fatra Single Ply Roofing Installations
For quality Fatra single ply installations you can trust, contact Salter Roofing. Our team are experienced in fitting and repairing single ply rooftop systems, so we are confident we can offer you an authentic and outstanding service. We are based in Exeter and have been serving commercial and domestic properties for over 25 years. We are family-run and understand the importance of reliable roof installations. That’s why we promise to never to compromise on the company ethos of exceptional service for affordable prices.
Professional Fatra Single Ply Roofing Services
Single ply roofs are versatile, lightweight and practical. They are an environmentally sustainable option that cohere to ISO 14001 Environmental and IOS 9001 Quality Standards. They are also recyclable once expired. Our single ply membranes are waterproof, which is ideal from keeping water from permeating your roofing structure. Whether you need a full roof replacement or a repair, our team are equipped to tackle any roofing challenge. For more information on our single ply services, contact us today for an estimate.
Frequently Asked Questions
A single ply roof membrane can last about 30 years. However, take care not to confuse the lifespan of the membrane with the roofing system underneath. As with other roofing accessories, proper maintenance is critical for ensuring a long and healthy lifespan. The installation method is also important. Poor or rushed installation can impact the longevity of your single ply membrane, which is why it’s crucial to use a company you can trust. Choose Salter Roofing for speedy, efficient and secure installations.
Thankfully, single ply roofing is easy to maintain. All you need is clean water and a mild household soap to scrub the surface. After, wash the residue away with a hose. You can use heavy-duty detergents to remove stubborn marks, but you must confirm this with your local authority as it could interfere with the drainage system.
It can be expensive, but you’re investing in a sturdy membrane that will last several decades and is highly weather resistant. They are also resistant to chemicals, water and fire-damage.