Installation videos


Green roof working as a blue roof 

One of the many benefits of a green roof is the way in which it manages the egress of rain water from the rooftop. The growing medium absorbs initial rainfall. During heavier rainy spells, the reservoir and drainage board fills with water. The stored water is then taken up by the plants in drier weather. During storm events or prolonged periods of precipitation, the reservoir and drainage board fills and water flows out onto the waterproofing where it can flow freely to the outlets to leave the roof
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BauderBLUE Roof SuDS

The BauderBLUE Roof System is a sustainable drainage method designed to attenuate and manage stormwater on a flat roof over a 24-hour period via a restrictive flow outlet. This video shows how the rooftop SuDS system works.
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Torch-Free Bitumen Membrane Detailing

Hot air welded, self-adhesive, SBS modified bitumen membranes for the vapour control layer, underlayer and cap sheet for torch-free detailing. This system conforms to the recommendations given in the ‘Safe2Torch’ guidance NFRC.
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Self Adhesive Bitumen Installation

The installation of this bitumen membrane system incorporates 'DUO' technology, which features heat-activated and self-adhesive application. The DUO products have been developed to make installation quicker, safer, simpler and more secure.
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Torch Applied Bitumen Installation

This clip demonstrates how a modified bitumen membrane system is installed with PIR flat board insulation. All the membranes are torch applied and the glass tissue faced insulation is fixed using polyeurythane adhesive.
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R&A Equipment Testing Centre

This is an example of how our sedum blanket roof systems are installed using long rolls of pre-cultivated sedum plants grown like turf on our farms located in Norfolk.
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Sedum Installation at the Eden Project

This is how sedum roofs are installed using long rolls of pre-cultivated sedum plants grown like 'turf'. This building is at the Eden Project which is open to the public.
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