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Fibreglass Roof Kits

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  1. 450g Fire Retardant, Fibreglass Roof Kit (Light Foot Traffic)
    As low as £27.84 £23.20

    Premium Fibreglass Roof Kit with 1 x layer of 450g matting, Fire Retardant Topcoat (dark grey) & Flexible Resin with an option of tools. 

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  2. 600g Fire Retardant, Fibreglass Roof Kit (Moderate Foot Traffic)
    As low as £28.44 £23.70

    Premium Fibreglass Roof Kit complete with 1 x layer of 600g fibreglass matting, Dark Grey Fire Retardant Topcoat, Flexible Resin and a selection of tools.

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  3. 450g Standard Fibreglass Roofing Kit
    As low as £25.40 £21.17

    Standard GRP Fibreglass Roofing Kit with materials to cover one layer with 450g matting and non-fire retardant Roofing Topcoat in a choice of Dark or Light Grey.

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Fibreglass / GRP Roof Kits

Fiberglass Roofs for Flat Roofs

Don't compromise when it comes to Fibreglass Materials for your Roof. Our Fibreglass Roof Kits offer zero blended resins that are quality approved and topcoats specifically formulated for Fibreglass Roofs. Why take a chance when it comes to one of the most important parts of any structure?

When you buy a Fibreglass Roof Kit from FibreGlassDirect, you are getting quality materials everytime. 

Types of Roof Kits 

We offer two different types of roofing kits - Premium and Standard.

Premium Fibreglass Roofing Kits are supplied with Flexible Roofing Resin, Fire Retardant Topcoat, 1 layer of 450g or 600g matting and a selection of tools if required.

Standard Roofing Kits are supplied with Lloyd's Approved Resin, Standard Roofing Topcoat (in Light or Dark Grey), 1 layer of 450g matting and tools if required. 

Both Roofing Kits will cure to a tack-free finish and once applied correctly, will require little maintenance. 

Flat Roofing Cost

The roofing cost for fibreglass roofs is entirely dependent on whether you are willing to fit the roof yourself or call in a roofing professional. Fibreglass is a messy material and sometimes the job requires more support than average DIY skills can give. However, given the right tools, materials and training it is possible for a competent DIY'er to apply the materials themselves. The materials offered by FibreGlassDirect are priced by square metre in terms of kit and kg's in terms of purchasing the materials seperately. As a benchmark, Fibreglass materials are comparable to that of a felt roof but in terms of material, are far superior thanks to their seamless finish. However, that said great care must be taken in the application of the materials in the first instance. 

Fibreglass Roof Kit in Action