Go green with a roof garden from Bauder

Each green roof brings back a piece of nature and on some buildings a recreational space can be created for people to enjoy.

A Bauder green roof combines the finished planting scheme and all its supportive components with a high quality and secure waterproofing system to give you the best results every time.

When constructing a green roof there are some fundemental considerations that determine the system required to support the planting scheme. The key decisions are about access and what the roof is to be used for, is it for nature conservation and biodiversity or aesthetics? How will the area be used and how much maintenance will be possible. 

The GRO code is intended to be recognised as a code of best practice and as such it should be used to guide behaviour relating togreen roof design, specification, installation and maintenance. Bauder endeavour to work in conjunction with the GRO Code of Best Practice for the UK.
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Creating a challenging green roof?

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Considerations for the building
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Green Roof Systems Brochure >>

All the technical data and information you need about our selection of intensive and extensive green roof systems.