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Leaky Roof Insurance

Green Team at Green Roof Technology, - Monday, May 23, 2011

Testing a roof for leaks using an Electric Field Vector Mapping system 

It's been a tough week in terms of trying to get working conditions dry enough to do anything let alone put up a roof.  If your are planning on putting up a new roof and or green roof, be sure to consider getting a waterproofing membrane that is compatible with an electric field vector mapping system (EFVM).  This beauty can be installed before or after a new waterproofing is assembled and can find leaks that wont show up in a traditional flood test.  A leak may be in one section of the house however, the water may travel several feet before coming through the ceiling and playing a nice tune in your pets water bowl.  Having one of these systems prevents you from turning your roof into swiss cheese or a patchwork quilt trying to find and fix that illusive leak.  This also saves your green roof from total annihilation by knowing exactly what area to dig up.  In the long run this saves time and money and is cheaper than most waterproofing membrane insurance.  

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