Diamond Home Improvements Midlands Ltd

Flat Roofing - Repairs & Upgrades

Diamond Home Improvements Midlands Ltd - Flat roof repairs and installations

About Flat Roofing


A flat roof is a roof which is almost level in contrast to the many types of sloped roofs.

The slope of a roof is properly known as its pitch and flat roofs have up to approximately 10°.

A flat roof has to have a slope in order for the rainwater to drain away.

Flat roofs are normally used on garages, bay windows, outbuildings etc.

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Types of Flat Roofing

Three types of flat roofing is commonly used:

Traditional Felt



Flat Roofing

We repair and install new flat roofs.

There are a number of options to choose from, this usually depicts the type of building that needs attention, for example, garage roof, outbuilding or a roof on a bay window.  Three main types of flat roof:

Tradidtional Felt Roof

EPDM Rubber Roof

GRP Fibreglass Roof

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Flat roofs have a slight pitch of only a few degrees to enable
 rainwater to drain away into the gutter.

We carry out felt roof repairs and install new roofing. Traditional felt roofing has always proved a popular material for flat roofs.

Felt roofing is a cheaper alternative to other types of flat roofing material.


If laid competently, can last for many years
The cheapest flat roof option
Damage resistant
Easily repaired
Has good expansion and contraction properties

 Firestone EPDM rubber roofing systems have a good reputation because Firestone is a 
leading manufacturer of high performing rubber Roofing Systems for both
 commercial and residential roofing applications. The systems allows one 
piece applications up to 61mtrs long. This allows a flat roof to be laid 
where possible without any joins.

Rubber Roofing products have many advantages over felt roofing
as it is UV resistant therefore, it will last much longer as it doesn't need
 replacing very often making it extremely cost effective. 


Superior durability
Seamless sheets in 1 piece
Very low life-cycle cost
High flexibility and elongation
Environmentally friendly
Recovery of rainwater
Fire resistance


Can last up to 25 years
The most expensive material due to its high durability

Cost effective due to its lifespan
Incredibly resistant to most types of damage

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