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Flat Roofing For Self Build & Renovation Projects


Sarnafil is virtually maintenance free & all our installers have a minimum of 17 years experience.
  • ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY
  • PROVEN TO LAST OVER 50 YEARS
  • VAPOR PERMEABLE
  • NO MOSS OR PLANT GROWTH
  • SOLAR REFLECTIVE
  • NO CRACKS SPLITS OR BLISTERING
  • INSURANCE BACKED GUARANTEES
  • APPROVED INSTALLERS FOR 17 YEARS
  • AESTHETICALLY PLEASING
  • VIRTUALLY MAINTENANCE FREE

Incorporating a low pitched or flat roof into a self-build or renovation project has become increasingly popular in many home improvements. This is partly due to design trends and modern styling, but additionally the cost-effectiveness of flat roofing options.

As a result of the increasing popularity of flat roofs, materials such as single ply membranes have provided a game-changing alternative. 

We use a material called Sarnafil, a single-ply membrane with a long history of delivering high-quality finishes. It’s flexibility to be mechanically fixed or fully adhered to the roof surface, ensures that any new build or roof renovations can have the security that Sarnafil will provide a trustworthy roof.

Self Build Roofing Solutions

Identifying which roof will suit your new space can be a painstaking task, as well as costly. Many problems arise when homeowners look for ways to cut costs, and the roofing may suffer from cutting corners. 

But luckily, there is a solution, that being Sarnafil. Its cost-effectiveness provides homeowners with a cheaper alternative to metals such as zinc and lead, whilst providing high-quality performances.

Flat roofing for Renovations

Homeowners are always looking for ways to improve their homes, and renovations are an excellent way to update existing spaces. Home improvements can include extensions, updating spaces as well as creating new add-on sections. 

If this new space includes implementing a new roof, you’ll need to consider how to marry the new flat roof with existing roofs. A simple way to do is to contact a flat roofing specialist and discuss all the possibilities. We use a material called Sarnafil, which is a popular choice for many home renovations due to its aesthetically pleasing finish.