Single Ply is a complete roof system which is created from synthetic polymer. It works best in a warm roof system, when it can be laid over insulation and secured by mechanical fastening, adhesion or ballasting.
It’s a great option for commercial projects and is equally suited to new builds and refurbs too.
Plus, it has multiple benefits including:
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Bitumen membranes are one of the oldest roofing materials used today. Thanks to developments in technology, the product continues to be highly used throughout the roofing world.
It’s used when two or three layers of sheet material are rolled out over the roof and fused together with hot bitumen, creating a single waterproof layer.
It’s a popular option for many residential flat roofs and major roofing contractors. It benefits from its adhesive and watertight qualities and guarantees long-lasting performance.
There’s various ways to apply a membrane, so our trained and dedicated professionals can you talk to you about:
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Liquid applied systems tend to be glass reinforced plastic that is cold-applied to quality plywood or oriented strand board (OSB).
It’s constructed from multiple components that work together to protect the roof and repair any damage.
Pros of choosing this application are:
Our flat roofing experts can advise you on whether a liquid system is best suited to your roof.
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Protecting the environment is crucial and we’re seeing more buildings and houses adopt a green roof.
Installing a green roof system will help keep the building cool during warm weather by reducing the heat absorption. It’s an eco-friendly way of:
It’s a sustainable option that are our team of experts can help you with. Just pick up the phone and we’ll get you started.
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