The Viking Roofspec technical series is a sequence of short educational clips to provide you with technical information that will help determine the most practical and efficient roofing or waterproofing system for your specification.
SUBSTRATE OPTIONS FOR VIKING'S MEMBRANE ROOFING
A great area of interest from Designers and specifiers is about substrates for membrane roofing. This video will give you a good solid overview of your options. Contact us if you have further questions or projects that we can help you with.
WARM ROOFS - KNOWING YOUR OPTIONS
In this week’s technical series, Brendon Sutton highlights the topic of warm roof specification and in particular Viking’s warm roof portfolio including our hero system, Viking WarmSpan.
You’ll be familiar with warm roofs, so it’s not about emphasising the difference between warm and traditional cold roofs, but more about knowing the fundamental warm roof components that are important for high performance, versus revenue-gathering extras born from market hype, which add no value to the specific roof at hand.
RE-ROOFING LOW-SLOPE ROOFS
When working on refurbishment projects, there’s often the assumption that the roof (usually low-slope), will require the expensive and disruptive process of being pulled down and re-built to bring it up to the current code…But the existing roof may actually be ‘code compliant’ and a perfect candidate for a membrane or warm roof overlay. This technical session, provides some clarity around the building code; practical advice; and some re-roofing options available to the building owner which would be code-compliant without breaking the bank…
SAFE DESIGN IN MEMBRANE ROOFING
Viking Roofspec ethos is in providing the best results - this starts with safe design. Following the advice in this short video can reduce risk in design while also saving height; achieving both while providing E2 code compliant falls without the need for internal gutters. Viking Roofspec through its Licensing Programme also ensures our waterproofing systems are installed to correct specification and the highest standards. This is important in taking care of the risk…