VerdiRoof – a complete Green Roofing System

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VerdiRoof – a complete Green Roofing System in one delivery
that’s accessible, affordable and desirable.

What is VerdiRoof?

  • VerdiRoof is a complete Built-Up Green Roofing System in one delivery
  • VerdiRoof has enhanced green credentials
  • It’s exclusive to SIG Roofing

How is VerdiRoof supplied?

  • 10m2 of VerdiRoof per pallet
  • Up to 250m2 can be delivered in one load
  • No waiting for individual components

What are the choices of VerdiRoof covering?

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The Verdico sedum blanket is 25 mm thick with 10 species per every 30m2 and offers minimum 85% coverage for a complete green roof on the day of installation.

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VerdiRoof plug plants and native wild flowers are installed 15/20 per m2 for 10% plant coverage at installation which is ideal for specific biodiverse or unique applications.

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VerdiRoof seed system comprises roof tolerant wildflowers, grasses and sedum cuttings which germinate and grow over 2/3 growing seasons. Good for large roofs/restricted budgets.

Where should I use VerdiRoof?

  • Suitable for or warm/cold/inverted roof build up
  • Schools
  • Offices
  • Healthcare
  • Military installations
  • Sports facilities
  • Flats and condominium roof terraces
  • Domestic properties

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What’s VerdiRoof’s customer appeal?

  • Enhanced green credentials
  • UK sourced growing medium made from
  • Pumice, bark compost, and unique carbon capture pellet
  • Each m2 has CO2 footprint of minus 7kg
  • Source: Tested by University of Greenwich

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Why should we use Green Roofing?

For the building

  • Substantially increases membrane life expectancy
  • Protects it from UV climatic degradation
  • Improves energy efficiency in warm roofs
  • Enhances sound insulation by up to 8dB (decibels)
  • Makes good use of space – optimises ‘structural footprint’

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To assist urban drainage

  • Reduces rainwater run-off rate
  • Absorbs 50% of rainfall
  • Assists storm attenuation
  • Reduces pressure on drains
  • Useful tool in a sustainable drainage strategy (SUDs)

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To counter urban heat-island effect

  • Green roofing helps cool buildings
  • Reduces heat build-up in
    urban areas
  • Air conditioning can be reduced
    or avoided
  • Infra-red photography shows green roof is much cooler than conventional sections of roof

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To support SIG customers whatever the project, SIG Design & Technology has put together an 8-step guide to identify the challenges and ensure that a roof’s design meets a building’s requirements. Called “#Perfect Roof”, the eight steps follow the process from product selection and design expertise through to full guarantees and planned maintenance. This know-how is just part of the service that is provided absolutely free to customers and includes green roofing.

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To find out more about green roofing knowledge, two blogs, Green Roof Systems: An Overview and How much will a green roof weigh? are available on line at http://www.singleply.co.uk/blog/

 Contact: 01509 505714 http://www.singleply.co.uk/green-roofs/