single ply roofing

Single ply flat roofing is a fast growing market offering products developed through modern technology to answer the needs of both new build and refurbishment projects. The speed and ease of application even in inclement weather along with its relative low cost make single ply a preferred system for industrial, commercial, domestic and refurbishment.

built up felt systems

The ever-increasing challenges of lighter construction, spanning characteristics of metal decking’s and the introduction of highly advanced thermal insulations, saw manufacturers faced with the technical challenge of producing products that could withstand the resultant building movement. The solution was the development of a new generation of technically advanced “high performance” bituminous products.

Many of these bituminous systems offer all-round versatility and vastly improved performance – if installed by trained and approved roofing operatives such as those at Goldcrest.

cold applied / liquid waterproofing

In recent years there have been significant improvements in Liquid waterproofing products. Many of these products boast fast curing times, they are also very durable and flexible. Liquid waterproofing systems offer viable solutions for many waterproofing scenarios, including balconies, terraces, podiums, basements and wet rooms.

green roofs

The introduction of a green roof improves not only the building spaces in which we live but benefits those around us as well. There are numerous benefits with installing a green roof. These include; the aid to planning permission and BREEAM, storm water management, the reduction of the urban heat island (UHI) effect, noise reduction and a useable amenity space.

roof safety

Goldcrest Roofing can assist in the design of complete safety solutions when gaining access to work areas at height, particularly for maintenance procedures. Roof safety starts from the point of egress to the desired work area. We can offer professional advice around the concepts of roof access and both collective and personal protection, whilst fully complying with the relevant codes of practice, H&S regulations and British Standards whether a new building or an existing structure.

renewable energy

Solar panel electricity systems, also known as solar photovoltaic’s (PV), capture the sun's energy using photovoltaic cells. These cells don't need direct sunlight to work – they can still generate some electricity on a cloudy day. The cells convert the sunlight into electricity, which can be used to power household appliances and lighting.