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Flat fibre glass roof sagging

Discussion in 'Roofing and Guttering' started by STEVEN OBRIEN, 14 Feb 2019.

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    STEVEN OBRIEN

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    Hi Everyone, I have two fibreglass flat roofs on my property not overly big both are above front and back bay windows the property is now 12 years old and the fibreglass is sagging in the middle causing water to pool and top down one edge of the joining brick work is there anything that can be done, added, or replaced to ensure the water travels off the roof? thanks
     
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    Wouldn't be sagging if the boards underneath had been put in properly.
    Only real repair is to strip and redo, if you want to try chucking gravel or artificial grass or something on top so the water can't pond then give it a try.
     
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    And as they're not big, consider having them covered in lead - that'll last longer than the rest of the house;)
     
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    Round here it'd last til someone noticed you were away for a few days :)
     
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