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For smaller parts of the building or new extensions, your flat roof will be built in the same way as it would be on the main roof. This will mean layering plywood decking, vapour control layer, insulation, felt and any surface such as gravel over the ceiling joists in your home. This makes for a strong, damp-free roof that will last whatever the weather throws at it.
If there is a roof that needs replacing then that will need to be removed first and that time budgeted for. In some cases your roofer may suggest only a partial new roof, utilising current insulation. This will save time and money, although an entirely new structure will last longer. Flashing in metal or fibre-glass will be used to seal the extension roof to the building if needs be. This will stop leaks and prevent damp from collecting adjacent to the new roof.
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