In our Flat Roof Repair Guide, we outlined the steps necessary to repair portions of your flat roof. If you have tried these with limited success or have discovered significant damage on your roof that is beyond a simple repair job, you may need a whole roof replacement. Some of the common signs your flat roof needs replacing are as follows:
- Your roof is causing a significant leak
- Too much water is pooling on your roof
- There are large tears, splits and cracks in the roof material
- Adhesion failure is causing widespread blistering and bubbling
- Organic growth is starting to appear
While some of these issues can be temporarily fixed, if your roof is extensively damaged then a complete roof replacement will be the more cost-effective solution. In this guide, you will find detailed information regarding flat roof replacement methods for felt roofs, EPDM roofs and GRP fibreglass roofs.