The past decade has seen Green Roofing Systems become a common part of the construction environment, especially in London and the South East where their inclusion in new construction is often demanded by Local Authority planning departments.
Over this period the number of roofing material manufacturers and growers promoting green roof systems to meet this demand has equally increased, as has the diversity of systems and components on offer. Unfortunately this diversity of green roof types, materials and waterproofing solutions can all too often lead to the wrong products being put together in the wrong applications resulting in a green roof that survives rather than thrives, or worse still fails completely.
As a UK-based manufacturer and supplier of roofing systems, Radmat Building Products’ primary focus is to ensure that every project receives the right product for the application, both in terms of the primary waterproofing systems and the green roof system.
Radmat’s MedO range of green roof systems utilises only established green roofing technologies in a simple and straightforward way, to ensure they are not only designed to thrive over many years but are also practical to install. They are also backed by a wealth of design and installation knowledge enabling Radmat to support the client, specifier, main contractor and Radmat Approved Contractor with all aspects of a project’s satisfactory delivery.
Suitable for use over the entire Radmat waterproofing range – PermaQuik Hot Melt Monolithic waterproofing, ParaFlex Liquid Applied waterproofing and EshaFlex SBS modified Reinforced Bitumen Membranes – the MedO green roof range comprises low maintenance sedum systems and higher maintenance wildflower and biodiverse systems, as well as landscaped roof gardens with lawns, shrubs and water features.
MedO green roofing systems can transform both new and existing roofs into lush, vibrant, biodiverse environments that increase waterproofing membrane life expectancy and create conditions that enhance the natural biodiversity of the built environment.