Application - Flat roof
Both public and private sector buildings can feature a flat roof(s). They should have a fall to ensure rainwater run off, in contrast to a pitch roof which slopes. Flat roofs widely adopted across the UK for typically larger buildings, such as your schools, hospitals and social housing blocks. Flat roof coverings can vary, and is imperative an appropriate solution is specified to ensure the roof remains watertight for years to come.
Application - Inverted
An inverted roof, also known as a "upside-down roof" or "protected membrane roof," is a type of roofing system where the insulation layer is placed on top of the waterproofing layer. This design helps protect the waterproofing membrane from extreme weather conditions, UV radiation, and mechanical damage, ultimately extending the life of the roof.
Working with our sister company Tremco, we can offer a single source approach to flat roofs, for both refurbishment and new build. Our service covers: