HBS

Liquid Roofing

 

HBS Liquid Roofing is a division of HBS, a principal contractor that has been established for over 45 years. HBS operates within the commercial, industrial and public sectors, delivering construction, refurbishment, decorating and civil engineering projects.

The HBS Liquid Roofing division was formed over 10 years ago as a result of a client driven need for a specialist, cost effective and durable solution for flat roof refurbishment. With the early success of this division the company has subsequently invested considerable financial and operational resource in developing a dedicated and professional team of directly employed operatives, surveying staff and project managers.

The objective of HBS Liquid Roofing has always been to offer independent and professional advice on the best solution available for a client's needs and then to expertly install the recommended solution. To deliver this objective we have become approved installers of the leading brands of liquid roofing, enabling us to provide a comprehensive and informed service.

We act as either principal contractor or sub-contractor on projects and count amongst our clients Sainsbury's, Vodafone, NHS and Havering Borough Council. HBS Liquid Roofing always has the full support of HBS if bespoke project issues need resolving or resourcing.

 

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How long will a Liquid Roof last?

    The liquid roofing products we supply have guarantees that range from 5 to 25 years.
  • Where can liquid roofing be used?

    Liquid roofing can be used on virtually any substrate, but it is mainly used on flat or pitched (metal or asbestos) roofs.
  • Can liquid roofing be supplied in different colours?

    Liquid roofing systems can be supplied in a range of colours.
  • Are liquid roofing systems non-slip?

    Liquid roofing systems are available in a non-slip finish.
  • What is the best liquid roofing solution for my project?

    It will be dependent on the type of project, but we will advise as to what system will be most suitable from all the leading brands of liquid roofing.
  • Will I need to insulate my roof?

    Building regulations state that if you are refurbishing more than a third of your roof, the insulation must be upgraded to meet the latest thermal requirements!