Search

Search Results
Results 1 - 10 of 167 for Roofing membranes
  • Article - 9 Jul 2004
    The characteristics of vapour permeable underlays for both ventilated and non-ventilated pitched roofs vary according to manufacturer, and this must be taken into account when the roof is designed and...
  • Article - 9 Jul 2004
    The increase in the number of reported cases of roof timber rot and mould is attributed to the failure of contractors to properly ventilate cold and warm pitched roofs according to British Regulations...
  • Article - 21 May 2004
    An increasing number of condensation problems in house roofs caused by poor roof ventilation are being observed. Topic.
  • Article - 10 May 2004
    Condensation problems may occur in unventilated roofs which rely upon vapour permeable underlays ( membranes ) for condensation control, particularly during sudden cold spells and the drying out phase...
  • Article - 6 Apr 2004
    The non ventilated Alreflex 2L2 Super-R roofing system from Thermal Economics.
  • Article - 26 Mar 2004
    Conventional methods of roof ventilation are not compatible with the new Building Regulations Part L, which encourages airtight systems. Topic.
  • Article - 27 Feb 2004
    Incorrectly designed, constructed and maintained ventilated roofs may fail prematurely by moisture-induced rotting, whereas non-ventilated roof systems with a breathable membrane require no...
  • Article - 27 Feb 2004
    The control of condensation in roof spaces whilst achieving the Building Regulations requirement for a U-value of 0.16 W/sq m/K is discussed. Topic.
  • Article - 13 Feb 2004
    Ward Insulated Panels and MITIE Roofing have devised a complex over-roofing solution to provide a new lease of life for Big Yellow Self Storage at their London Bow location.
  • Article - 10 Feb 2004
    The increased stresses to which flat roofs are exposed as a consequence of climate change may be mitigating by the use of modern waterproofing materials in conjunction with appropriate fixing...