Flat Roofs

A roof which is almost level, they are no more than approximately 10° in pitch and are predominantly over large flat spaces. They are an ancient form and allow the roof to be used as a living space and/or a living roof.

Having worked with the likes of Cambridge University, Addenbrookes Hospital and being the preferred partner by many large scale businesses, flat roofs are somewhat of a specialty for Bowller – Tanner & Hall.

We have delivered jobs spanning from vast surface areas to garages and from full renovations, to solely installation of Solar energy and/or Green Roofing. With 4 registered solar specialists who can also install Green Roofs, it allows us to deliver excellence to every customer.

Roofs have a life cycle and these vary tremendously according to the product that has been used and the location of the building. Once a roof is nearing the end of its life cycle then maintenance costs dramatically increase. If major scaffolding is required for repairs then this may not be cost-efficient. If the roof covering is renewed in time then expensive timber replacement could be avoided.

A flat roof is almost level, it is no more than approximately 10° in pitch and is predominantly over large flat spaces. A roof pitch is described as the steepness of a roof quantified as a ratio or as a number of angular degrees that one ‘exposure’ surface deviates from horizontal level. Anything above 10 degrees qualifies as a pitched roof.

We provide a superior end to end Customer Service, that is completely tailored to the individual. Our free survey service separates us from the crowd. Delivered by market experts that have been plying their trade for decades, we pride ourselves on reputation and given the business has existed for over 60 years we know what we are doing.

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