Green Roofs - A Guide to their Design and Installation


By Angela Youngman
ISBN:
PUBLISHED: 2011
PAGES: 144
BINDING: Paperback
SIZE: 242x172 mm
INSIDE: 134 colour photographs

Environmentally friendly buildings are a must for our future. Among the many new ideas for buildings are green roofs. But what is a green roof? How do they work? Why are individuals and businesses installing them? How do you install and maintain a green roof?

Green Roofs is not a self-help manual, as most green roofs will need the involvement of a string of professionals, but it is a guide to the process of designing and installing a green roof.


  • Introduces the range of green roofs available, from the small garden shed to towering skyscrapers
  • Discusses the role of the green roof as part of an overall greening of a building and landscape
  • Advises on types of vegetation to be grown and maintenance required, and warns of problems that can be encountered
  • Analyses the green roof movement, reports on its success thus far and looks to the future
  • Describes residential and business case studies from across the world

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