Flat Roofers Weybridge

  • GRP Fibreglass Flat Roofs

  • High Perfomance  Felts

  • EDPM  Rubber Roofs

  • Budget Flat Roofs

  • 25 Year Guarantees

  • No Deposits

  • Budget Flat Roofs

Your 1st choice Flat Roofer in Weybridge

4 Reasons We Are The No 1 Roofers in Weybridge & Surrey

  • Our Industry-Leading, 30 Year Guarantee

  • We offer upto 25 year guarantees on new roofs. We also offer a 10 year guarantee on all roof repairs, chimney repair and gutter repair and installation making us the best fir guarantees for roofers in Weybridge & Surrey.

  • Our Fast And 100% Free, No Obligation Quotes

  • We are aware that with most of roofing jobs time is the key matter. That is why we do our all to give you a full quote and start repairing your roof within 24 hours of contacting us. We give the fastest response time of all roofing companies in Weybidge Area.

  • Our Incredible Reliability

  • We make a promise to you to never leave until the job is done. When we are working on your house, your house becomes our most important job. We don’t work a day and then disappear for a week. We stay and complete the job until it is done 100% correctly and will not ask for payment until both parties are completely happy..

  • Our Very Competitive Pricing

  • During Surrey's housing boom many of the roofers Surrey has were guilty of pushing up prices to exorbitant levels. We have never done this. We believe in offering high quality workmanship at a fair price. We constantly check our competitors pricing to make sure that we remain one of the best value roofing companies in Weybridge & Surrey.

Fibreglass Roof Systems

  • No joints, seams or welds

  • Maintenance Free

  • UV Resistant

  • Fire Retardant

  • Enviromentally friendly

  • Choose From Three Colours

Fibreglass - GRP Roofing Systems

Fibreglass roofs are built up using a liquid resin and thin fibre reinforcement layers between coats.

EPDM Rubber Roof System

  • Dark grey slate natural Colour

  • Smooth Finish

  •  Easily bends with no stress

  • Over 300% flexibility

  • Repels all moisture

  • Doesn't crack or split

Rubber - EPDM Roof MembraneMembranes are weather-resistant and can be very flexible. Their main problem in use is the thin (1.5mm) cross section with problems jointing areas effectively.

High Perfomance Felt Flat Roof

  • Debotech's three  layer felt Flat Roof System
  • Anti-Fungulcidal
  • Mineral Finish in Green or Burgandy
  • Insurance Backed Guarantee
  • No Chippings
  • Quality Matrials
3 Layer Felt System

Roofing Membranes suitable for Torching-on have a special bitumen film which isheat-activated and melted using a large gas torch, and the membrane is then rolled onto the softened bitumen

At Roof Care we provide three different flat roofing sytems Fibreglass, EPDM Rubber and Debotech's High Performance systems. Each has its advantages and would be chosen with customer depending on the roof space being covered.

We have been installing flat roofs in Weybridge & Surrey for over 20 years and we pride ourselves on providing a fast, clean, efficient service.

About Weybridge

Weybridge lay within the Elmbridge hundred.

Weybridge appears in Domesday Book of 1086 as Webrige and Webruge held partly by Chertsey Abbey; partly by an Englishman from the abbey; and partly by Herfrid from the conqueror's brother, the Bishop of Bayeux. Its domesday assets were: 6 hides; 1½ ploughs, 32 acres (130,000 m2) of meadow, wood worth 9 hogs. It rendered £4 per year to it feudal system overlords.[3] It was much smaller than today's post town, and about one quarter of the size of neighbouring Walton.[4]

In 1235 Henry III granted to William son of Daniel Pincerna, for his homage and service, two mills on the River Wey, one above the 'bridge of Wey,' and the other at Feyreford (a place which no longer exists) at an annual rent of five silver marks.[5]

Until the late 18th century Weybridge was as a very small village with a river crossing, seed milling to make flour and nurseries would continue to provide the major source of home-grown income until the 20th century[5] but no tanneries, major coaching houses, shops, markets, forges or gunpowder works are documented for example in the medieval period. The earliest monuments on the tower wall of St James's C of E Church are 15th century plaques, and the Church was rebuilt in 1848 with a south aisle added in 1864.[6] In 1537 the south-west of Walton on Thames extra-territorially a manor house affiliated to Weybridge on what was a border of Weybridge and Walton, Oatlands Palace, was built by Henry VIII, which was where he married his fifth wife Catherine Howard. When it was demolished in 1650, bricks from its walls helped to line the then new Wey Navigation canal.

In 1571 commissioners were appointed to report on the condition of the bridge across the Wey. They stated that for some years it had been so decayed as to be "unsafe for passengers, and that it was now ruinous...if the queen (Elizabeth I of England) should be at her house at Oatlands and the waters should rise, 'as often they do,' she could not pass to her forest to hunt". It was accordingly ordered that a new bridge – a horse-bridge like the last – should be built, wood being used for its construction, as stonework would be too costly. The expense was to be borne by the queen, as the land on either side belonged to her.[5]

St. George's Hill was the site of the Diggers' Commune in the 1640s.

At the bottom of Monument Hill, within the definition of the town centre is a monument to the Duchess of York, erected by public subscription in 1820 from the remains of the original Seven Dials Monument that stood in St. Martin's Lane, London until 1773. The Duchess is buried in St. James's Churchyard.

In the 19th century Oatlands broke away from the parish of Walton on Thames to become a village in its own right, eventually to have three places of worship. Influenced by the secondary manor of Weybridge, the forerunner of Oatlands Palace (at which time the heart of the grounds became the Oatlands Park Hotel), the post town adopted Oatlands as its only village in the 19th century.

The entomologistHorace Donisthorpe, visited Weybridge Heath to investigate the ant colony.

Weybridge grew into a commuter town with the advent of the fast train link into London Waterloo and a lot of 'new' houses have been built around the Oatlands Park and Broadwater Lake area.

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