When a roof is functioning well it is easy to take it for granted.
It is however important to remember that a roof has a number of critical functions.
- It protects the building and its occupants from rain, sleet, snow and wind
- It keeps the building warm in winter and cool in summer
When a roof starts to fail it has an immediate impact on the occupants and operations being carried out within the building.
Our objective is to minimise disruption and make the building weather tight as quickly, safely and cost effectively as possible.
Modern materials allow us to use solutions without the need to introduce heat and flame to your building. Too many buildings are needlessly set on fire each year while carrying out traditional roofing using gas torches and bitumen boilers.
Traditional methods of application for roofing systems can require temperatures in excess of +500°C to +800°C using gas torches, bitumen boilers, and hot gas guns. Creating heat at these temperatures, along with the combustible materials usually found on roofs, is a potentially dangerous combination.
This roof system is completely cold applied.