Hot melt roofing systems job pick of the month June 2019

23 September 2019 | JOB PICK OF THE MONTH

Hot melt roofing system install

Job of the month June 2019

Hot Melt roofing systems

London E1 whitechapel in east London is the area were we installed this commercial roof system Hot melt roof system. This roof system was laid on a concrete deck with zero roof falls to the outlets, (nothing to worry about though this roof system is designed to keep wet)

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The roof system is applied to the roof deck the first layer is a bituminous based primer laid with a re enforcement scrim which is laid and allowed to dry. then a elastermeric modified bitumen is laid at a monitored temperature to the roof area inclusive of up-stands. A root barrier membrane is applied using the roll and pour technique with 200mm up-stands minimum. The roof is then laid with a polystyrene insulation board in this install a 150mm board was used. The roof is then laid in cross formation.

A waterfall reducing sheathing building paper is laid over the boards prior to installing the paving support system which house the slabs. Around the perimeter of the roof a big stoned shingle is laid .

This roof was a balcony roof on a new build development 84 square metres. the top roofs were laid in a felt roofing system high performance torched system. The clients required a twenty year guarantee underwritten for the material and the labour and was installed by ourselves as a licensed installer for Norde bitumi Hot melt roofing systems, these systems are the same as Hydrotech, Iko, alumas.

We have been supplying main Contractors hot melt seamless bitumen systems and other various inverted roof systems to suit many types of waterproofing, roofing and tanking and our commercial roofing services we supply nationwide we are UK wide flat roofing installers and consultants in waterproofing solutions

The apron to the perimeter prior to the railing being installed
Hot melt upside down roof systems are great for balcony areas and roof gardens
This is a typical make up of a ballasted inverted roof design