Steph83

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  1. Thanks all, I appreciate your advice 👍
  2. Apologies that top message meant to say there is Scaffolding back up so I managed to get access to look at guttering and flat roof. They have siliconed the membrane into the guttering and the Grey is also some sort of silicon / putty. Should the membrane sit under the GRP and over hang a little?
  3. Apologies that top message meant to say there is Scaffolding back up so I managed to get access to look at guttering and flat roof. They have siliconed the membrane into the guttering and the Grey is also some sort of silicon / putty.
  4. The membrane isn't under the GRP it tucks behind the guttering.. Im wondering if it was placed after roof fitted as the rain use to run down the back of the guttering. Thank you
  5. GRP has a membrane underneath and it kept flapping, blowing out so they siliconed it down into the gutter. I pnmly know this i managed to get access up thr guttering. Any other image attached. Thank you
  6. Can anyone advise if a membrane is required under a GRP flat roof on a loft conversion? We have a little bit of membrane poked up under gutter and under lip of GRP but it flaps about in the wind and can easily be pulled out. I'm concerned that if it isnt correctly fitted the water will drive behind the GRP and behind the facias down. I've attached some images. I'd appreciate any advise on this matter. Thanks Steph
  7. I had my loft converted in January but have since come accross a few problems with popped plaster on the ceiling and wall. The dorma was fitted with a GRP flat roof. The plaster has popped all along the ceiling above the windows and now the walls are beginning to show signs of this too. I've attached photos and would appreciate any advise or guidance with this matter. Thanks Steph