If you live in Cork and are looking for the best fibreglass roof solution – look no further.
There are many different roofing systems out there specialising in top quality fibreglass – meaning that it can be hard to choose the right one. Here at Nationwide Fibreglass, we are Ireland’s leading fibreglass and flat roofing company, meaning we have the expertise to help you find the best possible option.
Location plays a huge part in which fibreglass option to settle with, especially when it comes to times of the year, resourcing materials and what companies are available to do the job.
At Nationwide Fibreglass, we have all the answers to your questions. We not only have the practical skills to supply to and service the entire island of Ireland, but we also have a wealth of knowledge to ensure you make an informed decision when you embark on your fibreglass venture, wherever you are based. We care about what is best for our clients, and we believe our best fibreglass recommendation for the Cork area is the long-established system CureIt.
What is CureIt?
CureIt is what is known as a GRP (glass reinforced polyester) roofing system, which is extremely durable, with extensive testing having demonstrated the typical life expectancy of a GRP roof product to be well in excess of 50 years. It is recognised as a superior alternative to conventional roofing materials as it has many added advantages in comparison to traditional options.
The CureIt system gets it superior reputation from its hardwearing materials. A roof installed using CureIt is made with specially formulated roofing resin and topcoat, meaning its strength is already strong before it is sealed. The CureIt system has a longstanding history as a high specification roofing system after a range of comprehensive test accreditations to BS and to ETAG (European Technical Approval Guidelines) standards and real-world long-term specification.
What makes CureIt different?
Although CureIt incorporates several diverse features, one of the most innovative elements of the system is that it is temperature resistant. The product’s technology includes what is called a ‘Four Season’ system – meaning it is adapted for seasonal variation in temperature – therefore allowing installation to take place all year round.
With Cork being based in the south of Ireland, the climate tends to be warmer than the likes of Northern Ireland, meaning that this is an important factor that needs to be considered when looking at fibreglass options. From temperatures down to 0°C and even throughout those warm summer months in Cork, the CureIt range will mean that come rain or shine, whatever the weather – it is the best and most versatile solution to homes, buildings and organisations scattered throughout the Cork area.
CureIt also boasts clever extreme UV resistant technology, meaning it will not only protect your roof to the highest of standards from damaging sunlight, but it will also prolong the lifespan of your roof as it slows down the aging process. This feature will also significantly reduce the roof membrane’s temperature and therefore lead to improved long-term performance of the system.
The CureIt system was additionally awarded Queens Award for Enterprise in the 2016 innovation category for the development of the CureIt GRP Roofing System. It is therefore trusted and recommended by industry-leading experts and will undoubtedly meet the needs of Nationwide Fibreglass customers across Cork.
The system also comes complete with a 20-year guarantee on the materials from the manufacturer, as well as a guarantee from us as the installers that the flat roof will remain leak free for at least 20 years.
If you are in the Cork area and thinking of investing in improving either your commercial or domestic roof, we are at hand to give you our expert opinion on the best solution for you. If you have a query about our services and how we can help you, call us for a free quotation on 0866055018.
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