Available in various thicknesses
Only entirely 'green' roofing system
Intensive, extensive and biodiverse planting coupled with Bailey Atlantic sustainable single ply waterproofing, creates a living green roof that is both environmentally responsible and beneficial.
Other solutions are available from Bailey’s comprehensive range of anti-root bituminous membranes; with either torch-on such as Bailey System 17000 or flame-free installation for example Bailey System 5000.
Bailey Eco Roof can also be retrofitted to an existing roof or other waterproofing products that are not root proof, by simply laying a Bailey Eco-Roof Root Barrier Membrane.
The complete solution
Whatever the specification, Bailey can supply the ‘complete’ system for green flat roofs together with expert advice, assistance and recommendations. Bailey Eco-Roof systems come complete with a whole range of components, accessories and a wide variety of planting options.
Suitable for most rooftop planting projects
Pre-grown and fully established modules available eliminating intensive labour and minimising establishment periods for green roof construction
Drainage and reservoir boards available in a range of thicknesses
Suitable for new build or refurbishment projects
Improves thermal properties of building
Sustainable waterproofing layer (green roof waterproof membrane)
Supported by local authorities
Environmentally responsible and beneficial
Only entirely ‘green’ roofing systems
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Bailey supplied a bituminous podium waterproofing system and green roof system at a recently completed residential development on the Isle of Dogs in East London. Bailey’s BBA certified System 17000 high performance felt system, coupled with an Eco-Roof green roof system was specified.SEE FULL CASE STUDY
Bailey supplied an extensive Eco-Roof green roof together with Bailey Atlantic sustainable waterproofing layer, thus creating a roof which is both environmentally responsible and beneficial.SEE FULL CASE STUDY