Roofing & Guttering - Pitched Roofs - Membranes

Breathable membrane and non-breathable membrane, both of which are resistant to wind and snow, share the same primary function of preventing water ingress on a pitched roof, reducing the chances of damp and mould forming.

The main difference between non-breathable and breathable roof membrane surrounds ventilation and how each tackles the problem of condensation- an issue prevalent in modern buildings which have greater insulation levels than ever before.

Moisture & Vapour Barriers - Angus Maciver Building Supplies