Polyroof: The Ultimate Barrier from the Elements for Your New Building
Polyroof’s Protec and 185 systems can provide high-performance and long-lasting protection for all new build roof designs. Below is a summary of the key applications and features of the systems to help you find the best solution for your project.
- Can be applied direct to Polyroof RES Insulation as part of a warm roof design with optional cut-to-falls and balcony versions
- Can be applied to concrete/screed or to approved OSB3 and plywood
- No need for expansion joints – highly flexible yet robust membrane
- Suitable for warm deck, cold deck, green roof, podium and inverted roof designs
- Carries Polyroof’s trusted Accredited System Guarantee
- BBA, FM and ETA approved
- Always applied to approved plywood or OSB3
- Ideally suited for medium to small sized timber roof and balconies
- Extra-tough, impact resistant and hardwearing membrane
- Suitable for warm deck and cold deck roof designs
- Carries Polyroof’s trusted Accredited System Guarantee
- BBA approved
Receive a Quotation for Your Project
Polyroof roofing systems are exclusively priced and installed by our national network of highly trained and fully monitored approved contractors. To request details of a Polyroof approved contractor for your project please complete the form to the right or alternatively call our Technical Services Team on 0800 801 890.
Request a Bespoke Specification for Your Project
We offer a free bespoke specification service for our clients. We will review any drawings or photos and offer detailed guidance regarding specifications including recommendations to ensure compliance with all current regulations.
If you have a current project and would like a specification produced then please complete the form below or call our Technical Services Team on freephone 0800 801 890.
Download an Outline Specification
- Standard Warm Roof
- Cut-to-Falls Warm Roof
- Balcony Warm Roof
- Direct to Concrete
- Green Roof (Addition Sheet)
- Warm Roof
- Ventilated Cold Roof
- Anti-Slip Finishes (Addition Sheet)
J31 Liquid Applied Waterproof Coatings
Polyroof outline specifications are available in NBS Plus format. We have a selection of typical specification available for download below or they can be produced using the NBS tool to the right.
- Elastex System to Plastisol-Coated Metal Sheets (PDF Format)
- Elastex System to Plastisol-Coated Metal Sheets (Word Format)
This product information has been created by NBS from the library of product clauses in NBS specification products. NBS product guidance is not a replacement for manufacturer’s literature and it’s recommended that Polyroof Technical Services department are consulted before specifying.
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.
Protec Warm Roof System
Protec Balcony Warm Roof System
Achieve A+ Ratings with Polyroof Systems
The Green Guide to Specification by BRE Global forms the basis of construction material ratings for BREEAM assessments. Cold-applied liquid roofing membranes, such as those manufactured by Polyroof Products Ltd, have been recognised by BRE to help roofing elements achieve up to an A+ rating (depending on the roof construction).
This is a reflection of the sustainability and low environmental impact of cold-liquid applied roofing membranes. For more information on BREEAM please visit www.bre.co.uk/greenguide or call the Polyroof Technical Team on 0800 801 890.
New Fleming Park Leisure Centre, Eastleigh
As described by Eastleigh Borough Council, the £25 million facility underpins the council’s commitment to promoting a healthy borough. It incorporates a high quality design in keeping with the parkland environment and has high environmental standards. Now nearing completion, this case study will look at the challenges and solutions of this vast project that involved insulating and waterproofing over 8,500m2 of flat roof areas… [Read More]
Highwood Apartments, Horsham
The Highwood apartment development in Horsham was designed by Berkeley Group and consists of over 1,000m2 of mansard roof and balconies that required a high-performance and durable waterproofing finish.
Explorer Court, Plymouth
The project included the waterproofing of over 400 square metres on the main barrel roof and lower penthouse balconies for a highly successful and NRFC award winning development by Barratt Homes. The main roof was designed with a wave effect, with an internal radius of 5672mm. For the balcony areas, the designer specified decorative timber decking over the waterproof membrane, which meant that the membrane had to be durable enough to bear the weight from the decking…
Sustainable Apartment Block Development
The client had stringent criteria for the roof of this prestigious apartment block in Richmond, Surrey: it had to be a warm roof with a U-Value of 0.18 W/m2K and the waterproofing membrane needed to be BBA approved, guaranteed for 20 years, be able to fully encapsulate the PV cell stanchions and be able to simulate the look of zinc sheets…
The Award Winning BREEAM ‘Excellent Rated’ Gateway Project
This project entailed a major expansion of Durham University and houses a variety of departments. The project was carried out to a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ Standard and as such only used components that had minimal environmental impact. Part of the works involved the construction of three curved roof areas that required a high-performance and durable waterproofing system which was to be covered by a timber shingle system. The shingles were supported by over 1,170 steel stanchions – all of which were seamlessly waterproofed with the Protec system…
Lead Roll Effect for New Build Development
Local planning constraints did not permit the use of traditional slate for this new build development in Surrey. The overall aesthetic appearance was very important, originally traditional metal roofing was considered but the client had reservations with possible noise and theft problems and tasked Polyroof with providing an alternative finish…
Monkwearmouth & Ryhope Hospital Developments
These new hospitals were constructed as part of the £60million Pride developments were built under the Trust’s NHS Procure21 Partnership, with several thousand square metres of roof areas requiring a long-lasting waterproofing system with high-performance insulation. Laing O’Rourke, the main contractors of this project, specified the Protec system for the flat roof areas. The ability of Protec to be installed quickly and efficiently minimised the time required for roof installations, meaning other trades could continue working as soon as possible…
Protec Warm Roof Installed over a New Roof Deck
The best solutions are often the most simple. With the Protec Warm Roof System there’s no mechanical fixings, no carrier membranes and no over-board decks required. By doing away with surplus components the height, weight, installation times and costs are all kept to an absolute minimum. The system is available in standard, balcony and cut-to-falls versions and is suitable for all thermal performance and design requirements.
Let Polyroof Take Responsibility for Your Roof
Polyroof’s reputation has been built on the high level of technical support provided to clients before, during and after every contract. We like to work closely with our clients from the very beginning of a flat roofing project right through to completion and throughout the lifespan of the roof. From our experience, this is the best way to guarantee that all aspects of the roof are finished to the superior standards that our clients expect.
Importantly, we understand that our clients are often tasked with many responsibilities during a construction or refurbishment project. Flat roofs mean a great deal to us, but we know our clients have plenty of other aspects of a project to focus on.
This is why we strive to take on board as many of the challenges and issues associated with the flat roof that we can, freeing up our clients’ time so they can focus their efforts where they are needed most.
If you would like assistance with your project please complete the quick form below, call our Technical Team on 0800 801 890 or email firstname.lastname@example.org