GARY O’Brien from GD O’Brien Roofing Ltd in Collinstown, Ireland has been celebrating the high standard of finish achieved on a recent project.
The project was re-roofing sections of Boumount Hospital in Dublin and GD O’Brien Roofing Ltd undertook new torch on felt work.
Over 230m2 of the hospital’s roof was stripped and reroofed using Moy Materials’ Paralon roofing system which includes underlay, insulation and capsheet.
Gary, who has over 20 years’ experience as a roofing contractor and established his own business two and a half years ago as managing direector, said, “We were delighted with the finish achieved on this project, and more importantly, so was the client.
“We take great pride in our work at GD O’Brien Roofing Ltd and always strive to exceed the expectations of our clients with a huge amount of attention to detail. Working in partnership with Moy Materials as our supplier means we can offer our customers a robust product, installed professionally that will give them a watertight roof for years to come.”
GD O’Brien Roofing and Cladding has been temporarily closed during the coronavirus lockdown period but is returning to full operations on 18 May.
The company will be resuming work on a 440m2 roof consisting of a full Alumasc felt system with Harmer rainwater outlets and expects to finish the roof by mid-April.