Could a sedum roof transform your property?

For any commercial or industrial property in need of a full re-roof, it can be a little overwhelming. There are multiple different roofing options available for flat roofs, including single ply roofing, built up felt roofing and even a green or sedum roof. The latter can bring a range of advantages and benefits. So, how could a sedum roof transform your property? Well, here at JMS Roofing, we are experienced roofing contractors. From green roofs and living roofs, to felt roofs and traditional roofs, we deal with all manner of roof related repair, installation and maintenance tasks. And this is our guide to what you should consider when it comes to sedum roofing.

How could a sedum roof transform your property?

A sedum roof can be a great option as this can bring a variety of advantages to your property, including:

  • Increasing your property value- an attractive green roof can increase the value of your property, no matter where you are located across the UK. This is because they are one of the most popular types of commercial roof available, due to their thermal and environmental benefits, as well as there longevity.
  • Natural warming- practically speaking, your sedum roof can provide thermal benefits that include keeping your property warmer during the winter. This is because the soil provides an additional layer of insulation, on the outside of your roof structure. As a result, you wont waste as much money on heating, or experience as much heat loss.
  • Natural cooling- in addition, a sedum roof can help prevent your building from overheating in the summer. This is because the soil and greenery will provide a barrier for the suns UV rays, preventing the top of your roof from warming up. As a result, you can save money on artificial cooling systems.
  • Visually attractive- a sedum roof will also help to increase the visual aesthetic of your building, by adding a natural touch.

For more information or advice, get in touch with the professionals here at JMS Roofing today.