Welcome to ZinCo, your Specialist for Innovative, Durable and Sustainable Green Roofs
It is not only the many and varied benefits of green roofs that inspire architects and planners throughout the world, but the seemingly endless opportunities to design and redefine roofs, giving character to individual buildings and entire areas. Creative urban planners are increasingly identifying roof space as a hugely under-utilized urban resource capable of assisting in counteracting the loss of natural living spaces.
Green Roofs are Extending the Variety of Contemporary Architecture
A golf course on a company building, a roof top off-road vehicle test track, a colourful roof garden or flowers blooming on your garage, virtually anything is possible with the correct green roof specification! With ZinCo green roof systems, there is virtually no limit to green roof design. See for yourself!
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System Build-up of the Month:
Stormwater Management Roof
Discover how a Stormwater Mangement Roof balances precipitation peaks effectively.
System Build-up for Inverted Roofs
Many ZinCo build-up systems are suitable for installation on inverted roofs. Click here to see a selection of system data sheets.
Learn more about the landscaping of roofs by attending our CPD seminars for architects and planners Read more
You want an inspiring green roof, so contact us! This is what we can do for you.
Green Roof Research
ZinCo collaborate regularly on various research projects with third-level institutions and other partners.
Watch our videos about exciting green roof projects.
Benefits of Green Roofs
Learn more about the numerous benefits of green roofs:
The combination of green roof and solar energy is not in trend for no reason. It is already well known that this combination can produce significant synergy effects: the green roof provides the superimposed load required to protect the system against wind uplift. Therefore, there is no need for roof penetration or heavy individual point loads. In addition, green roofs provide for a lower ambient temperature compared with bare or gravelled roofs and as a result they help to increase the yield from a solar energy system.