Invictus Roofing are specialist approved installers of some of the UK leading flat 
roofing systems, providing consistent quality, dedication and support to every project.

Whatever the weather, Invictus Roofing have you covered.



Invictus Roofing have over 40 years experience in complex roofing projects in Sussex and the South East. Our aim is to provide a comprehensive, professional service and support to our clients to incorporate modern techniques and systems to new projects, and safely refurbish and revitalise old ones.



Invictus Roofing offer a comprehensive solution for all flat roofing projects, such as built up felt, Single Ply, Liquid systems and Green roofing. Invictus roofing have vast experience and knowledge in all of these areas, and can therefore advise you of the best roofing solution for your project.



Invictus Roofing have completed a multitude of varying jobs with vastly varying specifications around East Sussex. Invictus Roofing will combine your projects individual needs, aims and requirements with our experience and knowledge to give the very best result.


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April is Autism Awareness month!

Autism is a lifelong developmental condition that affects how people perceive the world and interact with others.

Autistic people see, hear and feel the world differently. Often people feel being autistic is a fundamental aspect of their identity. This is why Invictus Roofing feel that it is important to understand the condition better and spread awareness so that we as a society we can be more understanding and helpful to individuals and family’s that live with the condition day to day.

Being autistic will affect each person in different ways. With the right support, all Autistic people can be helped to live a more fulfilling life of their own choosing.

You can support Autism Awareness Month too by taking time out of your day to research more about the condition so that we can all work towards being a better society, where everyone is included and no one is left behind.

Visit www.autism.org.uk to learn more about the condition or get ideas on how to help those with the condition in your community.

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