Combining aesthetics and performance, Dryseal Residential flat roofing system provides a durable and reliable solution for the housebuilder and a long-life, easy to maintain solution for the homeowner looking for a flat or low pitched roofs, or an alternative to lead detailing – with Hambleside Danelaw being an approved alternative with Secured by Design.
Dryseal is a component-based glass reinforced polyester (GRP) and is different from other systems on the market. It has a 20-year water-tightness guarantee for peace of mind, Dryseal is supplied as a kit of pre-cured parts, factory-manufactured under BS EN ISO 9001 and 14001 quality and environmental standards, which is fitted on-site by one of our Approved Contractors. We have a network of contractors across the UK, each contractor having completed theoretical and practical training before installing Dryseal.
Unlike ‘wet lay’ systems, the only liquid resin used during installation is to seal the joints between the various component parts. This substantially reduces the risk of protracted delays caused by weather conditions or quality defects in the finished product.
Another advantage of Dryseal over usual residential flat roofing solutions is that there is no requirement for the use of any naked flames or heat guns, considerably reducing the risk of fire.
Dryseal is ideal for handling complex detailing including dormer windows, valleys, vertical, horizontal and curved building edges often included with residential flat roofing.
Our range of topcoats means that you or your clients can select the colour of their roof from a huge palette, not simply the standard lead-like light or dark grey. The colours work best on roof spaces which measure a minimum of 200 square metres, and can be used to blend the roof into its surroundings or to create a dramatic feature out of it.
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