The Ecobuild Show 2018

Polyroof Products Ltd will be exhibiting at Stand D9 at the Ecobuild Show 2018, London at the ExCel from Tuesday 6th to Thursday 8th of March 2018.

Once again Polyroof will be supporting the Ecobuild show with a stand that showcases their extremely popular range of sustainable solutions specifically designed for flat roofing projects. Still the biggest event for sustainable design and construction in the world, Ecobuild is the ideal place to showcase our cold-applied liquid roofing membranes which are supported market-leading range of project support services.

Read the full article here: The Ecobuild Show 2018

Fire Performance of Polyroof Roofing Systems

We're receiving a lot of enquiries regarding the fire performance of our roof waterproofing systems. In this article, Steve Henshaw (Polyroof Technical Director) explores the ability of Polyroof's cold-applied liquid roofing systems to resist fire and key information to be aware of when specifying a flat roof design. Rest assured, all Polyroof's BBA approved roofing systems have been certified with to the highest fire rating performance achievable for a flat roofing system.

Read the full article here: Polyroof Fire Performance

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Flat Roof Solutions Newsletter: January 2017

  • Detailed Case Study: Northwood Primary School
  • RIBA certified CPD refreshed for 2017
  • Roof overlay solution for shopping centre in Darlington
  • All new Polyroof Solution Finder Tool


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Polyroof BIM Models Now Available

We currently have two BIM models available - the Protec Warm Roof System and the Protec Balcony Warm Roof System - the BIM files below have been created in platform-neutral IFC format and Autodesk Revit. All NBS National BIM Library objects use the standard property set definitions specified by NBS to create a standard for BIM objects across the construction industry.