Hambleside Danelaw provided its Dryseal waterproofing membrane for a green roof as part of extension works to a home. The architect at the Client’s request specified this attractive and environmentally-friendly design. Dryseal, being the ideal waterproofing membrane for a green roof, was a natural choice, due its robust, aesthetic and non-pollutant properties.
Erika Luckow, from Bondright Roofing Services, said:"We were contacted by Lee & Ross Architects in May 2016 following a CPD Seminar held by Hambleside Danelaw. We were told that they found Dryseal to be an attractive solution for their project in Oxford requiring a Green Roof system over the kitchen/family room on the extension. With the assistance of Andy Fell at Hambleside Danelaw, Dryseal was specified for the 37m² warm roof, finished with the ANS GrufeKit Green Roof sedum system and Scottish cobbles.”
The installer on the project, Dawid Piasecki, added:"The fitting was easy and was installed according to the manufacturer’s instructions; Dryseal is a really good system.”