When you think of snow, it’s not difficult to picture a snowy winter wonderland with a blanket of snow covering everything in sight – even rooftops… But, sometimes that picturesque snow can cause some serious weathering and complications to your roof.


It’s no secret that we had some seriously cold, snowy and blizzardy conditions at the end of February and the beginning of March, but roofers need to work all year round, just like an office or retail worker, so whilst everyone’s been talking about the ‘Beast from the East’, we’ve had a lot of questions as to whether roofing or maintenance can be done in such conditions.


The team at MJO Roofing have just finished an exciting restoration project on the large 18th century Bewdley Museum.


A professionally laid fiberglass roof is known as GRP roofing. These types of roofing systems have been known to last for at least 30 years with no identifiable deterioration.