Which Winter Roof is Right for you? - Rhino Building Solutions
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Which Winter Roof is Right for you?

27 Oct, 2015 0 2am   , ,

Winter in the North West is colder, wetter and windier, so when it comes to installing a new roof on your home or business you have to know which one is most suitable. Rhino Building Solutions offers a massive range of roofing options, and we’re going to go through the three that are perfect for a wild winter so you can make the right choice.

Fibreglass Roofing

If your biggest worry this winter is water leaking in, then Cromar fibreglass roofing is definitely for you. This unique material is specially designed to stop leaks in their tracks, as well as minimise the amount of maintenance you’ll ever have to do. Fibreglass roofing manages to remain waterproof and weatherproof using a combination of a durable membrane and a polymer coating, keeping any rain firmly on the outside of your home. Plus, Rhino is a Cromar Registered Installer, so you know you’re getting the best quality product from a properly licensed professional.

Slate Roofing

Tapco slate roofing is designed from the ground up to keep heat within your property. More robust and durable than a simple polycarbonate roof, slate roofing provides a hardwearing barrier against the Great British weather to keep the cold out, while an insulated inner layer effectively locks heat in. In fact, we have so much faith in our Tapco slate roofing that it comes complete with a lifetime warranty, so you’ll never have to worry about expensive roof maintenance again!

Rubber Roofing

Want the benefits of a draught and leak free roof, but without the hassle of replacing your current roof entirely? How does Firestone rubber roofing sound? Rhino Building Solutions can expertly cut a rubber EPDM sheet and then glue the sheet over your current roof. Not only will you get all the benefits of a weatherproof home, but you’ll get them in an affordable and timely manner.

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