Green roofs not only look beautiful, added some much-needed colour and biodiversity into urban areas, they are also used as a practical way to prevent flooding and protect the environment. Eco properties, or passive buildings as they’re also called, are becoming increasingly popular as green credentials benefits the local environment in many ways.
The Dryseal system is ideal for green roofs for several reasons. Firstly, there is no need for a root barrier. Secondly, the surface won’t contaminate any grass or plants on the roof’s surface, so it is safe to use with potable water. Thirdly, Dryseal boasts excellent green credentials and, like green roofs, can be recycled at the end of its service life, so it’s ideal for any passive house or building.
Below, you’ll find a range of drawings which detail how the Dryseal system fits into a range of installations and roof constructions from rooflights and single leaf smoke vents, to raised edge kerbs and parapet wall encapsulations. If you need any help, please feel free to get in touch.