New Build Solutions

Ipswich Velux Roof Window Timber New Build

The building plans for this new build timber extension in Ipswich in Sussex involved two velux roof windows set into a flat timber roof edged with a deep fascia. The low angle of the skylights meant there was no room for error in sealing and waterproofing the roof windows, making the seamless, jointless polymer roofing system ideal for the project.

Sedum Green Roof for Sri Lankan High Commission in St Johns Wood, London

This sedum green roof was created especially for the Sri Lankan High Commission in St Johns Wood in London, and was designed to be both environmentally responsible and aesthetically pleasing for many years to come.

The high standard living sedum roof was fitted over the top of a 25 year gamma liquid membrane flat roofing system, ensuring the roof will remain strong, waterproof, weatherproof and beautiful.

Commercial Warm Green Roof in Waltham Forest

Waltham Forest Council in Greater London wanted a new bowling pavilion with a warm roof build up and seeded turf roof (or Green Roof) for the park in Forest Road, Walthamstow.

One of the main challenges with turf roofing is ensuring what is underneath provides adequate waterproofing.

Working alongside the innovative contractor Jerram Falkus, we used the pioneering liquid polymer roofing technology to ensure the best possible base:

Balcony Roof Terrace in Camden, London NW1

The owners of this rooftop in Camden, London needed a total roof refurbishment to transform the 20m2 area into a balcony roof terrace that they could enjoy using.

We fitted taper insulation, giving quick simple drainage without affecting where tables and chairs could go, and covered the area using tongue-and-groove ply decking prior to waterproofing the roof terrace.

The specialist balcony roofing coat was mixed with hard wearing quartz to give a bit of extra sparkle, as well as to increase the balcony terrace's resistance to rooftop foot traffic!

New build lead alternative roof in Oxford

For their new build roof, the owners of this Oxford building chose a modern, safe, easily applied alternative to lead roofing, which also fits in beautifully with the surrounding Oxfordshire countryside.

The reputation of the liquid polymer roofing system as being 'like liquid lead' is well deserved - but it also offers many advantages over traditional lead-work:

New build copper alternative roof in Uxbridge, Greater London (conservation area)

For this new build roof in a conservation area in Uxbridge, Greater London, the owners opted for a copper alternative roof. For them, the aesthetic requirements were crucial, as they had to ensure that their new home's roof would fit in with the surrounding area and be acceptable to the authorities. They also wanted something modern, long lasting, fireproof, and of course waterproof and weatherproof!

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