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Flat Roof Problem?

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Asbestos Garage?

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Industrial Roofing

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Roof Repairs In Stratford

Roof Repairs In Stratford Upon Avon & Surrounding Areas

Fast, Efficient and Cost Effective

Roof Repairs in Stratford-Upon-Avon and any of the local villages? Roof Repairs further afield?
Mayfield Roofing has an enviable reputation for fixing roofs quickly, efficiently at a very reasonable cost.

email us with your no obligation enquiry
or Phone 01789 778114

Don’t just take our word for it:

“Thank you so much for the work on our roof, we are very pleased with the final results.”
Diane & David; Salford Priors
“We are very pleased with the new roof, your lads were quick and efficient and very tidy.
Many thanks.”
David G; Bidford
“Thanks to you and the guys – roof looks great and I was impressed by efficiency of you all!”
Katie T; Birmingham

If you have a leaking flat roof; cracked asbestos garage roof; overflowing gutters or any other roof repairs in Stratford upon Avon or the surrounding areas that you would like some free guidance with, just give us a call or click the email link and we will be happy to let you have our free assistance and written quotation which is provided with no obligation on your part.

Click here for your no obligation advice and quotation
or Phone 01789 778114

Flat Roof Finishes

Flat Roof Finishes can vary depending on you personal preferences.
Here are a few ideas; please feel free to discuss your project with Mayfield Roofing

Where flat roofs are concerned, the question I am often asked is,
“What is the best system to use?”

The answer is always, That depends on what you want it to look like,
What are you going to with the roof and how much do you want to spend?

Taking my first answer, “What you want it to look like?”

Here are some flat roof finishes suggestions:

mineral finish flat roofing service

Mineral Finished Flat roof


ClassicBond EPDM Rubber Roofing on Car-Port

ClassicBond EPDM Rubber Roofing on Car-Port


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Resitrix on Church in Stratford-upon-Avon


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Flat Roof With Decking Finish

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Chippings finish on a large factory

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Aluminium paint finish on an office

If you would like more details of any of these projects

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Do You Have An Asbestos Roof on Your Garage?

Back in the 1960’s; 1970’s and even the 1980’s it was fashionable
for roofs of out-buildings and sheds to have a covering of
corrugated roofing sheets, which usually meant an Asbestos Roof.
This was especially popular for your garage roof.

The main reason was  it was just about the cheapest
covering that was available
for an economic roof construction and it was so easy to fit.
There were other advantages, mainly it was light weight
and the corrugated roofing sheets
absorbed noise such as the rain landing on it.

The acoustic advantage was due to the roof construction and the shape
effect of the corrugated roofing sheets

Have you ever sat in a conservatory with a Polycarbonate roof and
listened to the rain?
Did it sound like “The End Of The World?”

In a shed with an asbestos roof, you have to
hold your breath to hear the rain

If you sat in a shed with an asbestos roof, you would have to
hold your breath to hear the rain even in the most violent storm.

Asbestos sheeting looked stark when it was new and it soon deteriorated
to become a complete eyesore

This was mainly because of the moss it encouraged to grow on the porous surface
of the Cement Bonded Asbestos Sheets

Now in the 2010’s people don’t think about what it looks like;
they just get emotional about the ‘A’ word

In truth, let me put your mind at ease; the most dangerous thing about
Asbestos Cement Sheeting on your Garage Roof, is the risk of
falling through the sheets if you are foolish enough to walk on them.

For those of you who are interested in the technicalities;
the asbestos content of these sheets is generally
less than 5% and that small amount is totally bonded in cement

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Resitrix for All Orangeries With a Flat Roof

Resitrix is the best covering for All Orangeries With a Flat Roof

If you are building an Orangery and are considering a flat roof
The best roof covering material will be Resitrix

Resitrix is 2.5mm thick which makes it the thickest Rubber
Roofing System on the market, if you ignore gimmicks like
fleece backing

This Orangery was built in Stratford-Upon-Avon and has a
Resitrix Rubber Roof System, that was hot-air welded at the seams
onto 200mm thick Polyurethane Insulation Boards to
keep it nice and warm

Orangery Roof to The Priory

Orangery Roof to The Priory

The Architect was considering a Stone Parapet to the perimeter
but settled on the standard Sure Edge Drip Trims in Black to
compliment the surroundings and match the edge detail on
The Priory’s other flat roof


resitrix on orangery roof

Resitrix used to on both flat roofs to The Priory

Here is a smaller Orangery, built in Evesham, again with
a Resitrix Rubber Roof System.  You can see that the use
of hot-air welding makes a very efficient seal around the

resitrix on orangery in evesham

Small Orangery in Evesham

Once again the Black Sure Edge Drip Trim was used above
the gutter and the Sure Edge Kerb Trim for a nice neat finish
above the door.

sure edge kerb trim

Sure Edge Kerb Trim used at edges

Here, a domestic garage beside the house was converted to
an Orangery.  The bespoke rooflights were complimented
with Resitrix fitted over 120mm Polyurethane foam board

Resitrix used to seal round bespoke rooflights

Resitrix used to seal round bespoke rooflights

The Sure Edge Gutter Trims and Kerb Trims are both
used on Rubber Roofs, usually in Black

Sure Edge Black Trims

Sure Edge Black Trims

The Sure Edge Gutter Trims and Kerb Trims are both
used on Rubber Roofs, also available in White

Sure Edge Trims for Drips and Kerbs also in White

Sure Edge Trims for Drips and Kerbs in White

Are You Considering a New Flat Roof?

When considering a new Flat Roof, whether it is for
An Orangery or any other use, talk to Mayfield Roofing
for free impartial advise and a written quotation that
is given totally without any obligation on your part



Asbestos Sheets Replaced with Rubber

Asbestos Sheets on a Bathroom Roof

Asbestos sheets were used to cover the roof of this
Bathroom extension in Birmingham when it was built;
probably in the 1960’s

Asbestos Sheets on a Bathroom Roof

Asbestos Sheets on a Bathroom Roof

Asbestos sheets were used widely throughout the UK
during the 40’s; 50’s; 60’s and early 70’s.   They were a
cheap effective, reliable roof covering that was readily
available and easily fitted as a DIY project.

There must be 1000’s of these type of extensions
up and down the country, all covered with
Asbestos Cement Sheets

The Asbestos sheets on this roof, like so many others
had become unsightly, covered as they were with an
abundant growth of moss and other vegetation

The bathroom was also very cold because at the time
the extension was built, insulation did not figure
prominently in peoples minds (or Building Regulations)
when they were focused on building extensions

asbestos sheets replaced with rubber roofing

asbestos sheets replaced with rubber roofing

Asbestos Sheets replaced with Rubber Roofing

The old Asbestos Cement Sheets were carefully removed,
double wrapped in heavy gauge polythene sheeting and
disposed of, strictly in accordance with the HSE
Health and Safety rules

After the roof was stripped the timbers were inspected
and sprayed with wood preserver.  All suspect timbers
were replaced and supplemented with a new tanalised
timber frame to support a new roof deck of OSB board
and 200mm glass fibre insulation

The roof was finished off and made waterproof by adding
ClassicBond One Piece EPDM Rubber Roofing System.

rubber roofing

Insulated Rubber Roof Complete

The ClassicBond One Piece EPDM Rubber Roofing System

was supplied by Rubber 4 Roofs from Coventry

If you would like more details of this project, or if you
would like a quote for something similar, please feel free
to use the contact details on our Contact Us with any enquiry page

If you require samples or more information about
The ClassicBond One Piece EPDM Rubber Roofing System
again, use our Contact Us page or visit the website at
this link Rubber4Roofs

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