For modern homes in Crawley EPDM is the modern solution to flat roofing

Crawley is a town that emerged from the New Towns Act 1946, designed to tackle housing need and commercial/industrial development after the ravages of World War II. The opening of Gatwick Airport on the edge of the town ensured rapid development and expansion of Crawley in a very short time, and during the 1970s new neighbourhoods such as Bewbush and Broadfield were developed, followed by Maidenbower in the 1980s.

Much of this housing was originally council owned. Tenants’ rights to buy council properties naturally meant that new property owners were able to do more to their homes – be it adding a porch or extension, or building a garage. Traditional roofing felt has been the most widely used material for flat roofing projects for many years – the trouble is it has a limited lifespan and home owners can find themselves making ongoing repairs to stop leaks, or have had to have the roof replaced.

Like for like replacement used to be the only option. But DuoPly fleece reinforced EPDM has changed all that! Although EPDM was invented back in the 1960s, and has been successfully used all over the United States ever since, it’s only recently really taken off in the UK.

At A R Systems we are very proud to be an authorised dealer of DuoPly and will happily sing its praises all day! The benefits of DuoPly are endless – from its superior performance over other flat roofing materials to its ease of installation and environmental credentials, you can read more about the benefits of using this revolutionary flat roofing material.

If DuoPly sounds like the ideal solution for your flat roof – whether you’re planning a new extension or need to re-roof your garage – get in touch with us and your local approved contractor will provide a free quote.

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