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ARK Roofers Ltd
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ARK Roofers Ltd
9.85(158 reviews)

Operates in Huntingdonshire

With many years experience throughout the roofing industry, we offer services including new roofs, roof repairs, storm damage, fascias, guttering, flatroofs, chimneys, ridgetiles and dryfix.
Call07458 188051
Ridgeline Property Solutions
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Ridgeline Property Solutions
9.63(134 reviews)

Operates in Huntingdonshire

family run roofing and upvc specialist with over 20yrs experience in all aspects of roofing building exterior home improvements and groundwork we also carry out emergency repair services
Call07488 817814
Resolve Roofing
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Resolve Roofing
9.57(17 reviews)

Operates in Huntingdonshire

Resolve Roofing are your trusted roofing specialists, if you have any problems or concerns about your roof or would like to enquire about a new roof, speak to a member of our friendly team today.
Call07488 820110
Alpha Roofing (East Anglia) Ltd
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Alpha Roofing (East Anglia) Ltd
9.41(496 reviews)

Operates in Huntingdonshire

We ensure our team of skilled roofers work to a safe standard, maintaining a high quality service - the type you would expect from a team that possesses expertise in all areas
Call01223 628005
A Class Roofing & Building Ltd
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A Class Roofing & Building Ltd
10(6 reviews)

Operates in Huntingdonshire

Our team Specialise in all roofing & building. We offer a friendly service to all customers. With combined 50 years experience in the Trade, we make sure all work site has been left Clean and tidy
Call07458 179464
Fenland Roofline Ltd
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Fenland Roofline Ltd
9.76(312 reviews)

Operates in Huntingdonshire

All types of pitched & flat roofing. New roofs & roof repairs. UPVC fascia, soffits & guttering, replacement GRP fibre glass roofing, felt, flat roofing, conservatory worm roof installers
Call07488 846114
All Round Property Maintenance Ltd
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All Round Property Maintenance Ltd
9.73(165 reviews)

Operates in Huntingdonshire

Family run business, set up to provide a high standard of customer service. We have built an experienced team of property maintenance specialists delivering high quality work. Call us.
Call01992 367486
DS Roofing Home Improvements
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DS Roofing Home Improvements
9.32(36 reviews)

Operates in Huntingdonshire

DS Roofing Home Improvements, local trader with over 15 years of experience. All aspects of roofing covered and customer satisfaction is key! Offering free no obligation quotes..Call today
Call07458 182794
Cambridgeshire Roofing Solutions
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Cambridgeshire Roofing Solutions
9.19(20 reviews)

Operates in Huntingdonshire

We offer a comprehensive, tailor-made solution and service for all types of roofing and associated products, with professional helpful advice ensuring a smooth process from concept to completion.
Call07458 194086

Rubber roofing in Huntingdonshire

If you’re considering hiring rubber roof installers in Huntingdonshire, let us help speed up your search. We can show you a range of rubber roof contractors in Huntingdonshire who come recommended by your neighbours.

Below are two ways of finding rubber roofing companies in Huntingdonshire:

  1. Search Checkatrade for rubber roofing installers in Huntingdonshire, then contact them directly.

  2. Alternatively, use our request a quote feature. Just tell us what work you need doing and we’ll pass your details to three experts in rubber roofing in Huntingdonshire. They’ll then send you a quote.

  • What is a rubber roof?

    Rubber roofs are generally made using rubber or plastic polymers. These materials create a watertight barrier that protects your roof and home from the elements. Rubber is usually only used to cover flat roofs or roofs with a low pitch. It’s a great alternative to tiles that aren’t as effective on these kinds of roofs.

    EPDM (Ethylene Polypropylene Diene Monomer) is the most common type of rubber roofing used in the UK. It’s both versatile and needs very little in the way of maintenance making it a great choice for flat or low pitch roofs.

    How long does a rubber roof last?

    Unlike asphalt roofs, rubber roofs are designed to stand the test of time. As long as they’re well cared for, rubber roofs can last up to 50 years.

  • What are the advantage s & disadvantages of rubber roofs?

    If rubber roofing is one of the options you’re considering, it may help to know the advantages of using this material. Aside from having a long lifespan, rubber roofs also have a range of other benefits. These include:

    • Price - Rubber roofs are generally quite affordable, great if you’re on a budget.

    • Weatherproof - These roofs are designed to withstand rain and wind, keeping your home dry and cosy.

    • Weight - Generally, rubber is quite lightweight and won’t put any extra strain on your home.

    • Maintenance - Rubber roofs need little maintenance.

    • Installation - The installation process is generally quite quick.

    • Insulation - This material is very insulating, keeping your home warm in the winter. This also means you need less energy to heat your home, reducing your energy bills.

    What are the disadvantages of rubber roofs?

    Rubber roofing is the perfect solution for many homeowners, but that doesn't mean there aren't any drawbacks. The main disadvantages of rubber roofs are:

    • Appearance - There aren't many ways of customising a rubber roof and many homeowners find them unattractive.

    • Installation - While the installation process is quite quick, this type of roofing needs to be installed by a specialist in rubber roofing. In addition, it can only be installed on a dry day.

    Damage - Rubber roofing can become damaged by storms, flying objects and people walking over it.

  • How are rubber roofs installed?

    EPDM roofing installation is not too difficult a process as it usually comes in one large sheet rather than individual tiles. This creates a seamless barrier to repel water.

    So, how are rubber roofs installed? Well, first your roof will be covered in adhesive, then the rubber will be rolled out to cover the surface. It then needs to be smoothed out to ensure it looks even.

    How long does it take to install a rubber roof?

    Generally, a rubber roof will be installed in less than a day, but it will depend on the size and if there are any other factors to consider such as removing the old roof, which will mean it takes longer.

    What are the alternatives to rubber roofs?

    If you aren't sure whether rubber roofing is the best choice for your home, it's also worth considering asphalt roofing or felt roofing. Each material has its own pros and cons. For example, felt roofing is very affordable but not durable and asphalt roofing is available in a range of colours but can be easily damaged.

  • How much does a rubber roof cost?

    To work out how much your rubber roofing will cost, you need to consider a range of factors that impact the total price. Some of the below variables will have a significant effect on how much you pay for rubber roofing. So, bear the following factors in mind before you set your budget:

    • Type of rubber - While EPDM is the most commonly used rubber roofing, there are different options that’ll have different prices.

    • Roof slope - If you choose to add a roof slope to improve drainage, this will cost extra.

    • Size of roof - The larger your roof, the higher the cost of materials and labour.

    • Condition of roof - If your roof is in poor condition, you may need to pay extra for repairs before rubber roofing can be installed.

    • Insulation - Adding insulation will be charged at a premium.

    • Location - Depending on where you live in the UK, labour costs will vary.

    • Access - If your roof is difficult to access, this may increase your rubber roofing cost.

    Rubber roofing cost

    Now that we've considered the above factors, let's look at some average rubber roofing costs. The average price for rubber roofing materials is £800 and the average price for installation is £325. This gives a total average rubber roofing cost of £1,125. For more prices and information, check out our rubber roofing cost guide.

  • How to fit a rubber roof:

    While it’s possible to install a rubber roof yourself, if you’re looking for flawless, long lasting results, we’d recommend hiring a professional. Plus, if your rubber roofing is not installed correctly, this could lead to leaks and water damage in your home.

    If you’re curious about how to fit a rubber roof, we covered the main steps under our ‘how are rubber roofs installed’ FAQ above.

    Want to speak to rubber roof installers in Huntingdonshire?

    Looking for rubber roofing in Huntingdonshire? You’ve come to the right place. Our members pass 12 full checks so you can be sure you’re hiring someone trustworthy and qualified. They even come with the recommendation of your neighbours.

    We can help you find rubber roofing companies in Huntingdonshire in two easy ways. One of these is to use our free search. Using your postcode, we can show you a range of professionals in your local area.

    Another option is to try our request a quote feature. Rather than spending hours searching for rubber roof contractors in Huntingdonshire, tell us about your project. We will forward your details to three rubber roofers who’ll contact you with a quote. It couldn't be easier!