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Green roofs are becoming more and more popular, especially in densely populated urban areas, where it is important to use available roof space. Green areas and roof terraces increase value both for property developers and those who live in or use the buildings.
Ballasted or green roofs can be used for recreational areas or roof gardens. These solutions give architects and builders a lot of freedom for aesthetic design and contribute to more natural surroundings through the use of pebbles or vegetation. This often increases the value of the property and offers increased quality of life to those who live or work in the building.
The weight of the ballast requires the load-bearing structure to be engineered for this purpose.
Green roofs are becoming more and more popular, especially in densely populated urban areas, where it’s important to use the available roof space.
Roofs with a thick layer of soil are called intensive green roofs. Thick layers of soil; for example, on roof gardens for vegetable cultivation, make special demands on the membrane underneath.
Ballasted roofs can be used for recreational areas. The weight of the ballast requires the load-bearing structure to be engineered for this purpose.
Turf roofs are a traditional roof solution in the Nordics, especially for holiday homes in the mountains, but turf roof are increasingly being used to soften the urban environment as well.
Protan BlueProof Green combines secure stormwater management with a green roof solution on the top of a building. This is what we call a bluegreen roof.
Protan’s strong and durable solutions for terraces and balconies provide you with a high-quality, long-lasting terrace membrane that prevents problems relating to moisture, mould, rot and corrosion.
Protan products have among the lowest carbon footprints in the category of roofing materials. Here you can browse our products by category or application area.