The Sika Roof Assured, single ply, Sarnafil roofing membrane has been installed on a re-modelled 1960’s home in Beaulieu, Hampshire. The...
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An exceptional level of detailing was required due to the complex exoskeletal steel framework, with the superior aesthetics of the finish a key factor; Sarnafil was specified for the flexibility of the product, in terms of colour and detail.
Sarnafil single ply membrane in patina green, installed on the new roof at Center Parcs Subtropical swimming paradise. Winner of the Refurbishment and Best Health & Safety Awards, SPRA (Single Ply Roofing Assoc.) Conference 2016
The £11.6 million scheme consisted an affordable and sustainable housing development, comprising 94 terraced houses and apartment blocks forming a continuous curved building. The building called for the Sarnafil flexible roofing solution.
Sarnafil G410-12EL single ply provided the perfect solution for this high spec design for retail space and offices, thanks to its excellent flexibility and weldabilty, while offering outstanding resistance to weathering, including permanent UV..
Lead grey Sarnafil single ply membrane installed on a high profile luxury residential development in London. The project required a high-performance roof with a striking aesthetic result to match the contemporary luxury flats inside...
The building's original asphalt roof had reached end of life and refurbishment was need to bring the building in line with current regulations. The Sarnafil membrane installation made the roof fully waterproof and looking at its best.
The Sika Sarnafil roof system was installed on the flat roof areas of this lovely Grade II listed building. The Chocolate Works continues to give back to the community and keep its famous name as a care village.
A green roof installation on a Sika warm roof system creates a lovely merge with the surrounding landscape, helping to reduce energy costs, slow storm-water run off and produce oxygen.