Why Permavent Was Chosen:
Purple Roofing’s managing director Matthew Ford has been aware of Permavent and our range of class-leading products since his time in university, when he attended one of our popular CPD learning presentations.
When planning the project, Permavent RED was chosen to form the underlay for the new tiles, as well as cover for the window openings, because of its high-performance properties, including superior water-resistance that creates a barrier to wind and rain both during and following construction. The highly durable membrane is vapour permeable and an ideal fit for roofs that include existing ventilation as the Holy Family School roof does.
Matthew Ford said “In order to offer the confidence required in a 10-year insurance backed guarantee we insist on using the highest standard materials installed in compliance with any relevant regulations. Permavent products fit these company values while also providing a superior waterproofing solution while refurbishment works are ongoing for complete peace of mind.”
How Permavent Products Were Installed:
Permavent RED was installed as per the manufacturer’s instructions and building standards regulations, in compliance with BS5534 & BS5250.
Permavent also offered technical support if required, as well as advice on getting the best possible commercial deal available by utilising their extensive network of suppliers in the area to contact for the best materials and prices.
- Permavent RED 160gsm
- Permavent Easy Valley
- Northstone Causway thin edge interlocking tiles in black
- Velux Roof windows
Installer: Purple Roofing Co. Ltd.
Merchants: Rinus Roofing Supplies, Bradford