New Roofing Installation Specialists

From Flat roof installation to Tenement and Garage roofs - Roofing Scotland teams are fully insured and experienced in this type of roofing; from traditional to the latest innovations. Roofing Scotland also supply and fit rubber roofing including EPDM roofing and firestone roofing.

Roofing Scotland are flat roofing specialists, from repair or replacement for flat roofs quickly and without fuss. We hold in excess 20 years experience in flat roofing repairs and replacement. Our business mission statement is to offer the home owners of Glasgow top quality flat roofing and flat roofing repair service at an unbeatable price. We have invested in the latest technology and equipment to provide the best service to customers in line with health and safety legislation. Roofing Scotland offer a complete range of roofing services including repair in and around Glasgow.

Flat Roofing

Our services include the construction of brand new fibreglass, felt or rubber flat roofs. Replacing existing old, tired and worn flat roof systems and providing repairs to all kind of flat roofs.

Areas we cover

Roofing Scotland provide quality roofing installations and roof repairs to Glasgow and Renfrewshire.

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TPO Single Ply Membrane Roofing

TPO membranes are single-ply roof membranes constructed from ethylene propylene rubber. They are designed to combine the durability of EPDM rubber with the proven performance of hot-air weldable seams. They have been tested as having excellent resistance to ozone, are algae-resistant, environmentally friendly and safe to install.

The material's manufacturers are so confident in properly welded seams that the material is sometimes advertised as a monolithic (seamless) roof. Seam strengths are reportedly 3 to 4 times those of EPDM's adhesive and tape seams.

TPO membranes are installed fully-adhered, mechanically-attached or ballasted. Fully-adhered means that the roof is "glued" to the substrate using a special adhesive. What actually happens is the glue creates a chemical bond with the membrane. Ballasted simply means the membrane is loose laid over the top of the roof, sealed at all penetrations and around the perimeter, and then a ballast is put on it to hold it in place.

Ballast usually consists of smooth, round, river rock 2" - 3" in diameter and is applied at a rate of 1,000 to 1,200 pounds per roof square (100 sq. ft.). Sometimes concrete pavers are used in their place. These average 20 pounds per square foot. Mechanically-attached membranes are those that use some type of special screw-type fastener to secure it. The type of fastener will depend on the type of substrate but all fasteners are generally screw-type fasteners.

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