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    Best roofing material for the UK

    Roofers

    What type of roofing material is best for an area with above-average wind levels for the UK?

    Asked by Tushar on 1st Jul 2022
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    Rjroofing

    "The best tile for strong wind zones are recommended a heavy interlocking tile such as a Marley modern or mendip"

    Answered on 7th Jul 2022 - Member since May 2022 - report
    Lockstone building and roofing ltd

    "Sig roofing supplies are pretty good thats who we use"

    Answered on 1st Jul 2022 - Member since Jan 2021 - report
    S.Palmer Roofing

    "Liquid rubber dependent on the actual roof but if it was pitched I would personally go with natural slate as after heavy storms the slates stay where they are where as tiles may lift

    Liquid rubber on the flat or on a smaller are of pitched roofing as the product ends up being one seamless roof no signs or water could get up underneath"

    Answered on 1st Jul 2022 - Member since Jun 2022 - report
    Propoint roofing Contractors Ltd

    "It's really all depends and what type of roof you are looking at tile roof slate roof felt roof galvanised"

    Answered on 1st Jul 2022 - Member since Oct 2021 - report
    Pure plastering & maintenance

    "Stone is my opinion is always best as its heavy and less likely to lift/flap in high winds"

    Answered on 7th Jul 2022 - Member since Jun 2022 - report
    Jm roofing service

    "Marley tiles are the best option for the UK weather"

    Answered on 9th Jul 2022 - Member since Dec 2021 - report
    Yorkshire property care

    "Concrete tile would be best but have every tile nailed down some company just nail the three outer course this would be no good for your roof has the tiles would lift and dislodge"

    Answered on 14th Jul 2022 - Member since Oct 2021 - report

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