If your roof is aged and damaged you need a repair kit to address the issues. Look no further than the leaking fibreglass roof sheets repair kit. Like the entire range of applications and kits on the GooForIt site, this repair kit was built with ease of use in mind. Assembled by experts and used by professionals across the country and beyond.
The repair kit comes with max-strength butyl tape and the extra-durable Alltimes reinforced liquid rubber for a maximum-hold coating. It also includes a step-by-step guide for homeowners new to DIY and roof repair products. A brush and disposable gloves for safety and ease of application. If you’re looking for a repair solution for your GRP roof, then GooForIt have got you covered.
Everything you need to seal cracks and damaged areas in your fibreglass roof.
- Superior durability compared to bitumen based products
- Worry-free application — Quick and easy to apply with a comprehensive photo guide
- Highly durable fleece-reinforced butyl tape can give you years of waterproofing
- The Alltimes Reinforced Liquid Rubber seals your roof
- Stop leaks by sealing cracks and covering generally bad areas of the roof
Just pick it up and go. You’ll get everything you need to repair cracks and general leaks in your GRP roof.
- The tough fleece-reinforced butyl tape that outlasts bitumen based products
- The ever-trusty Alltimes Reinforced Liquid Rubber, with extra durability
- A step by step photo guide of application, making it easier than ever to seal your roof
- Disposable gloves, to keep your hands dry and clean
Sizing up your GRP roof
5 M – For cracks and damaged areas totalling no more than 5m long, and 10cm wide. For wider areas position the Butyl Tape side by side.
10 M – For cracks and damaged areas totalling no more than 10m long, and 10cm wide. For wider areas position the Butyl Tape side by side.
40 M – For cracks and damaged areas totalling no more than 40m long, and 10cm wide. For wider areas position the Butyl Tape side by side.
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GRP Leaking Roof Sheet Repair kit
How to fix a leaking GRP roof
Great news, you’re one step closer to finally plugging that leak and getting a watertight fibreglass roof.
Firstly, you need to clean your roof. Moss and dirt can be very stubborn and return to ruin even the most expensive and elaborate repairs. Not to worry. Every kit comes with A- Clean, a specialist biocide that was developed by ISO Paint, market leaders in the competitive coatings markets of Scandinavia and Northern Europe. This will ensure your repair remains waterproof in the long run.
Mix one part A clean to 50 parts water.
Dip a large brush into the A Clean and water mix and scrub the surface clean. Alternatively you can pour a little of the mix at a time onto the area and scrub after. Or you can wash it with a pressure washer.
How to prime your GRP roof
Your leaking roof needs to be primed before a repair tape or coating is applied. This ensures proper adhesion, and that your repair will last for longer. This kit uses the hugely popular Alltimes Reinforced Liquid Rubber. As a UV resistant, reinforced and air cured coating, its got the strength, adhesion and longevity that make it perfect for roof repair. Combined with the Fleeceback butyl tape, it can be used both as a primer and a topcoat.
Apply a thin layer of Alltimes Roof Sheet repair primer. When sealing generally damaged areas, coat directly onto the area and beyond.
How to waterproof your roof
Once the primer has dried, you’re now ready for the main event. Unroll the tape and cut to size. Always make sure the tape is much larger than the area it’s sealing. Go beyond just damaged areas.
When sealing cracks, it’s best to run tape along the whole length of your roof sheet, butting it firmly up against the previous sheet, or tucking it under it. If you’re covering generally damaged areas, cut the tape up and apply in such a way that it completely seals the area.
Next, apply pressure to all parts of the tape, ensuring it is safe to do so.
A final layer of Alltimes Liquid Rubber gives the butyl tape protection from the sun, allowing the whole repair to remain weatherproof in the long run. Apply liberally, ensuring all areas of the butyl tape and beyond are covered. Use the brush to make sure the Alltimes Liquid Rubber is well soaked into the tape backing.
All done. The Alltimes Reinforced Liquid Rubber will dry and form a watertight seal while the tough butyl tape provides long term strength. You get your leak stopped without needing contractors.
All the products in this kit are the best we know of, and believe me, we know them all. Fibreglass roof repair has been our passion for a number of years and this kit brings together that enthusiasm and experience.
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Get the right roof repair kit for a watertight finish
Forget the expense of contractors. These are DIY kits that can save you time and money and make your repair quick, easy and effective in the long run.
So, you know you’ve got a leaking roof, but what else do you know about your fibreglass roof?
Can you see any holes? If so, how big are they?
Can you see any cracks? Are they just hairline ones or bigger?
Got both holes and cracks in your fibreglass roof?
Have you got any generally porous areas where liquid is seeping through?
Is it an unknown leak?
‘I’ve got holes in my GRP roof’
Not to worry. You can pop a fibreglass repair patch over the hole to completely seal it. These are called SpeedPatches and they’re perfect for covering holes in GRP roofs and remain waterproof in the long run. Having been used for years to seal holes in roofs of all kinds, they’re backed up by a reliable service history. Plus they’re super easy to use.
The SpeedPatches can be cut to size and used on holes from minuscule sizes up to 22cm x 12cms, although the bigger the size the less the SpeedPatch has to grip onto either side of the hole, which could affect longevity. There are three different sizes of kit so you can find the perfect match for your project.
As well as SpeedPatches, you’ll need some A-Clean and UV Curing resin to properly prepare the area. You can get everything you need, as well as gloves, brushes and a guide with the Fibreglass Roof Hole Repair Kit
‘I’ve got cracks in my fibreglass roof’
Easy. Pop some tough rubber butyl tape over the crack after a quick prime. Unlike bitumen or acrylic based solutions which crack in the cold and expand in the heat, butyl rubber is built to withstand temperature changes and stop your leak in the long run. This kit uses the foil backed butyl tape which means the rubber won’t break down after relentless sun exposure.
Cracks in worn GRP are fairly common, and this crack repair kit was designed for quick and easy use. The tough butyl is 100% weatherproof and easily fits over hairline cracks so you don’t have to be an expert to repair your roof. These are top quality products that have been chosen after years of real world testing. The result is that they make it easier than ever to repair your fibreglass roof.
For the foil backed butyl to create a watertight seal, your roof needs to be cleaned and primed first. This kit gives you everything you need, including the roof biocide A-Clean and a specialist primer. Check out the Fibreglass Crack Repair Kit and get your leak sealed before the next rainfall.
‘I’ve got both holes and cracks in my GRP roof’
You’re not alone. With the amount of fibreglass roofs out there in the UK, chances are some of your neighbours’ roofs are also shot through with holes and cracks. Not to worry. That’s exactly why we’re here. For both holes and cracks, it’s best pick up both the the crack repair kit and the roof hole repair kit. Equipped with both you can seal both the holes and cracks in your fibreglass roof and get a watertight roof in no time.
‘I’ve got cracks and a generally porous area where water is getting through my fibreglass roof’
Cracks can cause huge amounts of water to leak into your property and cause havoc to machinery, furnishings and interior walls. Coupled with generally porous roof sheets, your roof could be as useful as sieve during the next storm. It’s easy for you to wake up one morning to find irrevocable damage to your building. That’s why we’ve invented a kit to stop those leaks today and with only one repair method necessary.
This kit gives you the mighty fleecebacked butyl tape. Combine this with All Times Liquid Rubber, and you’ve got a highly durable and watertight seal that can stop your leaks today. The fleece fixed to the weatherproof butyl tape will embed itself to the liquid rubber, creating a reinforced repair that can outlast many standard DIY roof repair products.
Get everything you need, including gloves, brushes and a step by step photo guide that makes application easy. Built by experts, this kit is designed to seal your roof asap and save your building from further water damage. Check out the Fibreglass Roof Sheet Repair Kit to save your property.