Single Ply Roofing
Single Ply Roofing
NRA Roofing have been using single ply roofing systems in new construction and refurbishment projects for over 20 years, continuing to grow into one of the leaders in the UK for installation of single ply systems. This technology offers a vast range of geometric and performance options to clients, being tough and durable single ply can be adapted to various roof requirements.
Our single ply roofing installations are ideal for lightweight, fast track and cost-effective construction projects. The systems provide solutions that are durable, resistant to the natural elements and are able to support extensive green roofs.
Cost Affective Roofing Solutions
Single ply membranes can be used in many differing circumstances to ensure quick, robust solutions.
The thickness of the single ply membrane is in the range of 1.1mm to +2mm. Some products are homogenous and others are reinforced with glass fibre or polyester, depending on the application. Membranes are sealed at joints to form continuous waterproofing. When combined with insulation and continuous support, they form complete, durable roof systems.
With the ability to install ‘Lead effect’ rolls onto single ply roofs, NRA Roofing have undertaken numerous projects in conservation areas as a modern alternative to traditional lead roofs.
- EPDM – Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer
- PVC – Polyvinyl Chloride
- TPO – Thermoplastic Poly Olefin
Some of the benefits of single ply roofing:
- Rapid construction allowing early interior fit-out
- Low capital cost and cost-in-use
- Safe, flame-free construction using hot-air welding, adhesives and fasteners
- High thermal performance using lightweight, thermally efficient rigid insulation
- Cold bridging eliminated by use of thermal break fasteners
- Easy repair, modification and refurbishment
- Simple detailing to suit all situations
- Various colour options with matching profiles for eaves, verges and parapets
- Lead or copper effects can be created to match existing buildings and give authentic looks to new roofs