Imagine putting wall paper on your wall. That’s just how easy installing a Sarnafil membrane on your roof is. Well of course it requires a bit of skill to do it, but compared to other ways of installing a membrane on your flat roof, this is as easy as you can get. With Sarnafil you just have to weld in the pre bent perimeter detail, making it strong and water resistant. Gone are the days that you have to force the edge into its original shape. Apply a Sarnafil membrane on top of a separation layer and flatten it out as cleanly as possible. Weld the edges and seal the perimeter with a Sarnafil sealant. All done in a fraction of the time compared to installing a traditional system.
Now this is not an ordinary material. It is the only single ply flat roofing system where the materials are made only for roofing purposes. There are contractors specifically certified for Sarnafil installations so with all the specifications invested into this product, it’s no wonder why it is very effective and long lasting. According to the British Board of Agreement or BBA it could last in excess of 40 years and it is also fire and UV resistant. It gives you a seamless look, and it is resistant to root growth, meaning that you don’t have to deal with algae, moss or any plants that could easily grow on your roof. This means less maintenance and more time for other things. It also has a low environment impact and with a high performance thermal insulation, it can dramatically improve the energy performance of your home.
Clearly with all these benefits, it is expected that having a Sarnafil flat roof comes at a price, that’s why it is regarded as an investment. You spend now so you don’t have to deal with the hassles in the future. In retrospect, you are actually saving money in the long run and avoiding more problems.