Lockdown Flat Roof Fixer

Although there is a lockdown you can rest assured that Park Lane Flat Roofing, namely me, is still fixing roofs and flat roofs throughout Berkshire.

As I work on my own outside on your roof, there is no danger to you from Covid-19. I am allowed to continue work during this lockdown. At no time will you be within 2 metres of me as it is too dangerous, even without Covid-19.

So come rain or shine, lockdown or not, I will continue to be available to you to fix your roof.

The areas that I am currently available for in terms of travel are as follows;

Aldershot, Arborfield , Ascot, Binfield, Calcot, Camberley, Caversham, Caversham Heights, Chineham, Church Crookham, Crowthorne, Dummer, Earley, Eversley, Farnborough, Farnham, Fleet, Frimley, Hartney Wintney, Hook, Lower Earley, Pangbourne, Reading, Sandhurst, Shinfield, Sonning, Sonning Common, Spencer’s Wood, Swallowfield, Sunningdale,Tadley, Theale, Tilehurst, Twyford, Windsor, Winnersh, Wokingham.

These are all considered reasonable distances to travel to work.

Please do get in touch for a quote by phone before I travel as this reduces the number of journeys I make.

Thank you.

Flat Roof Made From Felt – The Advantages

  • Cost – flat roof made from felt is the best option in terms of value
  • Suitability – They suit any size of roof and can be made to fit most shapes. The new bitumen allows for shrinkage and expansion and is a modern invention – nothing like the old flat roofs from 30 years ago. Not ideal for walking across on a hot summer’s day though as this would damage the roof.
  • Damage resistance – Hot weather makes the roof susceptible if you walk across it without protecting it with boards to spread the weight. Ideally a flat roof should not be walked on without protection.
  • Repairability – If you stick to a plain finish then it is ok if the roof needs patching. This is one of the advantages of felt.
  • Appearance – There are several different colour finishes and they do look better than a rubber roof in my opinion.
  • Installation – The main thing to say is that this is not DIY as there is a hot blow torch required. That’s why you need a professional who is insured!

When you want to get a quote for a new flat roof or a repair in the Tilehurst, Calcot, Caversham, Reading, Earley, Emmer Green, Henley, Wargrave, Finchampsted, Theale or Pangbourne, please get in touch.

Call 0118 942 6383 or 07710 333664