Stainless steel flat roofs
puristic design from sustainable raw material
a question of function
The Bauhaus style, which originated in Germany, still has a formative influence on modern architecture today. The flat roof, symbol of aesthetics and progressiveness, also dates from this era.
Frequently discussed problems of drainage and tightness of such flat roofs became obsolete with the invention of the roll seam welded stainless steel flat roof.
But its unlimited durability also sets a sign for the future, because stainless steel does not shine for a brief moment, but creates and preserves lasting values. The long durability and low maintenance costs make stainless steel an environmentally friendly material. In addition, it is 100% recyclable and no metal ions with a biocidal effect are released. Rainwater infiltration and rainwater utilisation are therefore completely harmless.
A flat roof is created
Roof greening on the stainless steel flat roof
The roll seam welded stainless steel roof is the ideal substrate for excessive roof greening. Compared to conventional waterproofing systems, not only are considerably longer service lives achieved, but also significantly less CO2 is emitted during the production of a stainless steel flat roof.
Since stainless steel already has extremely root-resistant properties, it does not require the addition of herbicides that are hazardous to the environment and health. By opting for a stainless steel flat roof with greenery, you are setting an example against the extinction of species, providing a home for bees and insects and promoting biodiversity in their habitat.