L-Ments roofing system

Self-supporting roofing system to be unveiled at Vision

  • 18 May 2016

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Recticel Insulation is set to launch its new feel-good philosophy and self-supporting roofing system for pitched applications at this year’s Vision event, which will take place this June.

The company will be presenting L-Ments, its new self-supporting roofing system, which has been developed for modern pitched roof applications.

The product comprises roofing underlay, counter battens and integral structural timber in a single PIR insulation panel. It is a comprehensive roofing element, which has been designed to provide a lightweight modular solution for speedy and straightforward installation.

It enables architects and contractors to design and build roofs without the risk of thermal bridging. By using L-Ments alongside Recticel’s existing full fill cavity wall insulation, Eurowall+, specifiers can achieve a holistic solution for the complete building envelope.

Self-supporting roofing at Vision

On Recticel’s stand at Vision, L-Ments will be on display to showcase the company’s new ‘feel good inside’, fabric first approach to building.

Team members from Recticel’s technical department will be available to answer any questions and provide advice on installation, prices, building materials, grants and bespoke solutions for specific requirements.

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