Single Ply Roofing

Single-ply roofing is a synthetic polymer-based roofing material used in flat roof design.

Neuchâtel single-ply roofing membranes are ideal for flat roofing applications, from new build residential to large-scale commercial buildings. These membranes are versatile and suitable for specifications including insulated warm roofs, green roofs, cool roofs and ballasted roofs. They’re particularly suitable for lightweight, cost-effective, fast-track construction projects.

Our Single Ply Roofing Systems using Neuchâtel Products

Single Ply Adhered Roofing System

Single Ply Adhered Roofing System

A Fully bonded light weight aesthetically pleasing roofing system, offering increased thermal performance for modern roof design.

Single Ply Mechanically Fastened Roofing System

Single Ply Mechanically Fastened Roofing System

A partially bonded light weight roofing system that can be easily applied to speed up construction programmes when time and weather may be a problem.

Single Ply Inverted and Ballasted Roofing System

Single Ply Inverted and Ballasted Roofing System

A protected membrane system where the roof can be installed quickly, and the insulation is used to both insulate and protect the roofing system from damage, UV and climatic conditions afterwards.

Single Ply Warm Ballasted Roofing System

Single Ply Warm Ballasted Roofing System

A range of roof finishes can be chosen to enhance the aesthetics of the roof design such as ballast, floor tiles and timber decking.

Single Ply Green Roofing System

Single Ply Green Roofing System

A range of green roof finishes can be chosen for the completed roof system such as intensive, extensive, or brown roof systems.

Single Ply Cold Roofing System

Single Ply Cold Roofing System

A traditional roofing system that has been used extensively for many years. A requirement for ventilation has to be considered when used of habitable space.

Why choose Neuchâtel’s Single Ply Roofing?

Benefits of Single Ply Roofing:

Low maintenance
Single-ply roofing boasts remarkable durability and resistance to impacts, eliminating worries about tears, punctures, and related concerns. Occasional maintenance, typically an annual inspection, suffices to confirm its condition.

Creative design
Single-ply roofing membranes can be tailored to suit unconventional roof layouts or shapes, making them ideal for architecturally distinct buildings.

Thermal efficiency
By overlaying the insulation layer, single-ply roofing bolsters a structure’s thermal efficiency, promoting warmth and energy conservation.

Key Features of Single Ply Roofing:

UV Resilience
Engineered for UV resistance, single ply roof membranes are exceptionally equipped to endure the detrimental impact of UV rays. This robustness extends to diverse weather conditions, spanning snow, rain, and scorching aridity.

Proven Durability
Boasting a legacy spanning over half a century in the industry, single ply membranes have consistently demonstrated their enduring and dependable nature.

Flame-free Application
Setting it apart from various sheet membranes, single ply installation circumvents the use of exposed flames. This flame-free approach aligns with contemporary construction safety norms, garnering endorsement from insurance providers.

Single Ply Roofing
Single Ply Roofing
Single Ply Roofing
Single Ply Roofing
Single Ply Roofing
Single Ply Roofing

Neuchâtel’s single-ply roofing material is a synthetic polymer-based solution tailored for flat roof designs. Serving as a sole waterproofing layer, it is directly applied to the roof structure. In New Zealand, PVC and TPO membranes stand as the prevailing choices for single-ply applications, which can be affixed mechanically or via an adhesive. A meticulous sealing process using automated hot-air welding machines ensures impeccable joint quality.

Single-ply roofs offer an array of benefits, including their lightweight, flexibility, cost-effectiveness, straightforward installation, and safety due to flame-free implementation. These attributes have propelled their growing preference in both new constructions and renovations.

The options for finishes are diverse. The membrane can be employed in ballast roofs, secured by materials like gravel, paving, or a complete green roof. Moreover, seams can be welded to yield standing seam profiles that emulate the aesthetics of premium Zinc or copper roofs.

Let’s talk about waterproofing your project.

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