Green roofs offer many advantages for building developers, owners and their users. They benefit the wider environment through their positive impact on sustainability, biodiversity and the attenuation of storm water. They create visual enhancement of the landscape and fully exploit the spatial opportunities for visual and recreational benefit with the possibility of planning gain.
Improved air quality
Roof membrane protection
Promotes wildlife habitats
Improved temperature regulation
Reduced storm-water run-off
Reduced energy costs
Attractive design opportunities
What is a green roof and what is the difference between an intensive and extensive green roof system? Find out here
Green roofs have numerous benefits for the environment and access to green space, find out more here.
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We can provide an entirely bespoke green roof system for your property which can be installed on pitched and flat roofs. For more information please contact our Technical Services Team on Tel: 0330 123 4585 or email email@example.com
Modern Green roofs were developed in the 1960s to try and reduce water runoff problems associated with traditional flat or low pitch roofs. Adding a green roof and vegetation above a root inhibiting waterproof membrane absorbs water and slows run-off, but also provides a myriad of benefits.Top 5 benefits of a Green Roof