Creating a green terrace on the roof has become possible for anyone who has a flat roofed building. Any flat roof on the top floor of an office building can become a place of relaxation and socialization, because it can be transformed into a beautiful green garden, with spectacular plants, flowers, shrubs and even trees.
Contrary to the opinion of many, the construction of a green terrace on the roof is not a complicated process, and the benefits make the investment profitable.
Insulating the roof to make it able to sustain a green terrace is easy nowadays, considering the wide variety of materials and coatings that seal the roof and make it completely waterproof. New roofs installed by quality commercial roofers in Denver, are actually designed to be waterproof, regardless of whether the space they provide is used as a terrace or not.
Heat losses at this level are important, and infiltrations through poor quality membranes can compromise the work of those who have endeavored to complete a solid construction and the related finishes. Therefore, the quality of the materials and the execution must be beyond any suspicion. A green roof terrace does what any thermo-waterproofing system does and, with a small amount of resources, it can bring life back to an apparently compromised landscape, because nature always finds resources to regenerate.