Fabricator Dibsa (Roofing) is making capital from many people's enduring abhorrence of the leaking flat roofs of the 1960s and '70s. While there are perfectly feasible solutions to most of the problems (replacement, proper maintenance), on some buildings the badly performing flat roof has become such an emotive issue, that total replacement is the only answer. This is where Dibsa comes in. It has developed Dibsadeck, a dead-load lightweight galvanised steel structure that will turn a flat roof into a pitched one. Applications include schools and houses, and even a mosque.
The finished roof can be curved or sloping, with a great deal of flexibility despite the fact that the elements are available from stock. Supply includes full engineers' calculations.