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It’s been great working with you – great advice and support from the early discussions all the way through to the finished product – hope your business continues to thrive.AC Oldham
Get in touch with Helen by ringing or using the contact details on this page. She will be delighted to help and will get back to you as soon as she can.
In order to better help her give you an idea of cost  it would be great if you could add some details to your request for information such as:
  • What is the area and pitch of your roof?
  • Is any edging needed – we can supply metal retention bars if there isn’t a built up edge already
  • Is it already waterproofed – if so with what?
  • Accessibility of the roof
  • Post code

Email: contact@greenroofsnaturally.co.uk

Mobile: 07590 851 401

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Weston Hall farm Weston Otley North Yorkshire LS21 2HP

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The process of dealing with your business from the outset was both effortless (on my part!) and a pleasurePaul, York
Green Roof suppliers & installers Yorkshire
t: 07590 851 401

Hotter, drier weather – why not think about irrigation?

Hotter, Drier Weather – Why Not Think About Irrigation?

We always advise clients with roofs with even a very shallow pitched roof that  they should consider some sort of irrigation for their roof.  Although sedum really doesn’t like being waterlogged, as a living plant, it does need water to thrive.  We have noticed that as we have been having longer hotter dry spells that some of our roofs have got a bit sad.

This wonderful roof is having a full irrigation system installed which is obviously a very good solution. The pipes will soon stop being so obvious once the sedum starts to grow! A cheaper, but more labour intensive, option if your roof is accessible, would be to water it yourself in the evening in very dry spells and generally keep an eye on it.

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