Fibreglass Flat Roofing

Fibreglass Flat Roofing Installation

When it comes to choosing a roofing material for your home, there are many factors to consider. You want something that is durable, low maintenance, and will look great for years to come. Fibreglass flat roofing ticks all of those boxes and more.

Domestic Fibreglass Roofing

This system of flat roofing has been used for over 60 years and continues to be developed and improved. Today’s cold-applied systems are strong and budget-friendly.

Amber Flat Roofing are specialists in residential/domestic flat roofing, our Fibreglass roofing installations are perfect for use on domestic properties, providing the homeowner with a highly durable, low maintenance and weather-tight flat roofing system at an affordable price.

The flat roof made of fibreglass is one of the most often used systems in the United Kingdom, with applications found not just on large commercial roofs but also on domestic roofing structures. It is quite popular since it is simple to install, requires no heat, and is low cost compared to other roofing systems.

The roofing systems we provide are available in a range of different colours and finishes so you have the option to choose the look of your flat roof to suit your property and taste.

Typical Applications For Fibreglass Flat Roofing

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Common Questions About Fibreglass Flat Roofing

What Is Fibreglass Flat Roofing?

Fibreglass flat roofing is a type of roofing material made from a combination of glass fibers and resin. It is strong and durable, yet lightweight and easy to work with. Fibreglass flat roofs are also seamless, which means they are impervious to water infiltration.

What Are the Benefits of Fibreglass Flat Roofs?

There are many benefits to choosing fibreglass flat roofing for your home, including:

Safer Installation

In comparison to other roofing types, fibreglass flat roofs don’t require the use of high levels of heat during application. This is beneficial as it limits any potential damage that could be done, and thus also makes it safer. The fibreglass resin cures when a catalyst is added once applied cold.


You don’t want to waste money on a roof that will only last a few years. Fibreglass is one of the most reliable materials used in construction today, and because of this, many systems come with warranties lasting over 20 years. With proper care, you can expect a Fibregalss flat roof to last indefinitely.


Fibreglass flat roofing is flexible and easy to use on both large and small roofs, as well as any design. Materials can be cut to size and the correct trims used to finish the job properly.

How Is Fibreglass Flat Roofing Installed?

Fibreglass flat roofs are installed in much the same way as traditional asphalt shingle roofs. However, because fibreglass is a lightweight material, installation is often quicker and easier than with heavier roofing materials. There is no heat needed making it safer, the fibreglass roofing materials once in place are hardened using a resin, once cured it it tough and highly durable.

Seamless Installation

Because there are no seams in the roof and an effective waterproof covering is used, there is little opportunity for cracks to develop causing leaks, even after many years. If repairs are needed at any point, the whole roof can remain intact and specific areas treated. That makes it cost-effective even in the long term.

Can you walk on a fibreglass roof without damaging it?

Yes, you may walk on a fiberglass roof. There are various grades of fibreglass flat-roofing available to suit different applications. If you want to build a pathway or patio area for a bar or restaurant, fibreglass flat roofing systems are the way to go.

What Kind of Maintenance Is Required for Fibreglass Flat Roofs?

As we mentioned before, one of the biggest benefits of fibreglass flat roofs is that they require little to no maintenance. However, it is still important to inspect your roof regularly for any signs of damage or wear and tear. If you do notice any damage, be sure to have it repaired promptly by a professional roofer to prevent further problems down the road.