Paint Commercial and Residential Places Green

When cities and residential areas are looking more and more like the concrete jungle, we find ourselves asking the question: “Where did all the plants go”. With smaller gardens featured in homes and businesses only possessing one or two pot plants, there is a vast cry-out for living green walls. What are green walls you ask? Well, a green wall is a vertical garden, otherwise known as living green walls, living walls or moss walls. Basically, plants on walls. The Need for Green Has Its Benefits Need to enhance your building’s visuals and aesthetics? Well, create a green wall. First off, plants are pretty, and humans need natural scenery and something beautiful to look at. Transforming the dul

Green roofs: what and why

The aim of a roof is to protect the building from the effect of the weather, especially the humidity. An ordinary roof fulfils those requirements perfectly. But other ways are also possible, for example by choosing a ‘green roof’. A green roof looks attractive. This visual aspect has a positive effect on the mood and physical health of people. On a green roof, the coverage mainly consists of living plants. In fact, the name “green roof” is a little misleading, after all, this kind of roof does not really have to be green. And nor do the plants growing on it. For example, in the United Kingdom one talks of ‘brown roofs’. Naturally, plants solely as a roof covering are not sufficient. The basi

Mission Safety

Safety on and around your roof De Boer Roof Safety Solutions protects people on or near roofs, thereby safeguarding also the interests of its professional partners, roofers, architects, principals and building managers. Our patented systems offer a reliable and user-friendly protection against the risk of falling. Our professionally installed anchors and guardrails provide a watertight and secure protection. A certified independent surveyor will always carry out an inspection. Their report confirms the quality we bring. De Boer Roof Safety Solutions, a business unit of De Boer, ensures the safety on and around your roofs. Email: | Tel: 1300 105 488 ​

Did you know | Waterproofing membranes are also recyclable

Due to the thermoplastic properties of their principle components (bitumen, polyester reinforcements, polymers, fusible plastic film), bitumen waterproofing sheets can be converted into mass bitumen products like road asphalt – significantly reducing the demand for virgin bitumen. Indeed in the case of high quality waste, bitumen roofing can be recycled to become bitumen sheets once again. When reused to cover roads, bituminous waterproofing sheets thus form a viable and sustainable stockpile of oil constituents.

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