Benefits of Drainage Cell System

Drainage Cell System provides a perfect solution for subsoil drainage application for creating successful roof garden, without any traditional problems associated with cracking or leakage. The 30mm Drainage Cell provides a uniform surface as well as an internal void space for effective draining of excess water. The 30mm drainage cell system has a unique CUP.. read more →

Benefits of Green Roofs

Green roofs reduce stormwater runoff by absorbing and retaining the water in the soil medium for plant growth, rather than piping all water directly into a storm sewer system. Results of an evaluation of green roofs in the Seattle area found that green roofs reduced rainwater runoff from 65 to 94 percent. A green roof.. read more →

Why Build Green Roofs?

Green Roofs are roofs that are substantially covered with living plants. Although historical and archaeological evidence suggests that green roofs have been built for more than three thousand years, widespread acceptance has always been limited by the structural cost of supporting heavy soils and by the technical challenges of low-slope waterproofing. Recent advances in membrane.. read more →

Green Roof Systems With Drainage Plates.

Drainage plates is a type of Green Roof Systems which are drained by waffled plastic sheets. Water is retained within pockets on the upper sides of the drainage plates; excess water spills over the edges of the plates and is carried off the roof. Since drainage plates are lightweight and easy to install, they have.. read more →

Residential Green Roof Systems

Green roofs, also called living or planted roofs, are systems of living plants and vegetation installed on the roof of an existing or new structure. The green roof concept has came out for a long time. The hanging gardens of babylon constructed around 500 B.C. were perhaps one of the first green roof systems. Popular.. read more →

What is Green Roof

A green roof is a roof of a building that is partially or completely covered with vegetation and a growing medium, planted over a waterproofing membrane. It may also include additional layers such as a root barrier and drainage and irrigation systems. (The use of “green” refers to the growing trend of environmentalism and does.. read more →