The A. Proctor Group’s Roofshield breather membrane has been specified and supplied to the Black Watch Museum at Balhousie Castle in Perth which recently underwent a £3m revamp and reopened on the 25th June.
Roofshield is recognised by NHBC as no ordinary breathable roofing membrane.
Roofshield’s unique vapour and air permeability characteristics, allow even the most complex of pitched roofs to breathe – without the need of traditional air gaps or fiddly, secondary venting products.
Roofshield is as easy to apply as traditional roofing felt.
For any building to have an energy efficient, healthy, moisture free building envelope there is a clear need to manage the balance of Heat, Air and Moisture movement (HAMM) throughout the building’s life cycle from design, construction, completion and use.