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During winter months, flat roofs can gather debris and excessive water due to bad weather and blocked drainage. Without maintenance, flat roofs can spring leaks and erode, rendering the roof completely unstable and potentially dangerous. To prevent your flat roof from deteriorating, carry out the following maintenance before the weather turns too volatile: Clear any Debris If there is any debris, such as a build up of leaves, on your roof, there is a greater chance of the roof becoming waterlogged and creating leaks in your home. Take the time to clear debris off your roof – use a stiff sweeping…

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Flat roofs are almost completely horizontal, dipping only slightly to allow rainwater to flow through the guttering to avoid flooding, and are suitable for use on both residential and commercial properties. Most modern flat roofs have a lifespan of about 20 years and are substantially cheaper than a pitched roof. There are several choices in flat roof material to ensure that you get the most suitable roofing for your requirements. Torch on felt This technique came about as an improvement on the previous mineral felt roofing used in the 1960s and 1970s. The previous technique involved hot bitumen and mineral felt…

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