Polyroof Approved Contractors

It is essential that Polyroof's systems are applied correctly. Thus Polyroof systems are supplied to, and installed by, Polyroof trained and licensed contractors exclusively: this ensures consistent installation quality. The performances of contractors is monitored regularly; frequent installation inspections are carried out to maintain the highest standards.

Why Should You Use Liquid Roofing?

Liquid roofing is the fastest growing sector of the flat roofing market, where the versatility and durability of the systems make for an effective waterproofing solution. Whether for refurbishment or new build projects, there are systems and products available that can be used in all areas of roofing, walkways and balconies and structural waterproofing.

A variety of chemistries are available, most of which are supplied by Polyroof, and some liquids are more suited to particular applications than others.

The latest advances in the field have resulted in a flexible hybrid polymer waterproofing system that offers an optimum combination of flexibility and robustness, making for an extremely versatile solution.

What Are The Benefits of Liquid Roofing Systems?

Seamless membrane – All liquid applied roofing systems form a homogenous membrane with no lap joints, no welds, and no weak points

Safe installation – Most liquids are cold-applied, meaning there are no hot-works or risk of accidental fire during their installation and making them a natural choice for schools, hospitals and other buildings that are occupied during works.

Ideal for new build or refurbishment – With their ability to coat a wide range of surfaces – both new and old – liquids are a strong choice for rejuvenating an existing roof or protecting a new one for decades to come

Easy and effective to seal complex detailing – Liquid roofing systems, by the very nature of their application, are extremely effective at sealing complex details, which are often the cause of post-installation problems.

Durable and long-lasting weathering protection – A quality liquid system will have BBA or ETA certified lifespans in excess of 25 years.

What Are The Limitations of Liquid Roofing Systems?

As an in-situ applied product, care must be taken to ensure the correct amount of material is laid and that the membrane is evenly applied. Using trained and monitored installers who are part of an ISO 9001 managed Approved Contractor Scheme helps ensure that the installation will be in accordance with the manufacturer’s guidelines.

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South Cumbria Roofing
Mathew Hunter | 9 Firs Rd | Milnthorpe | Cumbria | LA7 7QF
Telephone: 07587963187
Email: info@southcumbriaroofing.co.uk
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