The unique solution to rain noise from ANY hard surface roof structure
Hearing is Believing. How can I stop that rain noise from my roof is the usual question You can’t stop the rain, but Silent Roof will dramatically reduce rain noise to a whisper.
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The short video clip accessed above demonstrates audibly the effect of water dropping on to a metal surface. This simulates rain noise with and without the benefit of a covering of Silent Roof material on a hard surface.
Silent Roof will stop interruptions caused by rain impacting on the roof surface.
A unique material that in simple terms shatters falling rain drops on it’s upper smooth surface which dramatically reduces the rain noise to a whisper. The rain water then trickles through the lattice then drips on to the original roof surface and away in to the rain water drainage system. Silent Roof will stop the great majority of rain noise on any composite roofing structure to a mere whisper. The material is black in colour and is UV stabilised. Due to the flexible properties of the material it can be utilised on any surface be it flat or curved. We have developed various means of securing the material to a variety of surfaces.
A Technical Description. SRM is a flexible, three dimensional matting, produced from polyamide mono filaments welded together where they cross to form a tough, open structure. It has a flat back on one side produced from mono filaments in an irregular, two dimensional structure which is thermally bonded to the three dimensional structure.
Profile metal roof structures and the like are covered completely with continuous lengths of black Silent Roof material, each length is secured to it’s neighbour and anchored at the extremities. Due to the open lattice structure of the material it presents very little wind resistance therefore being unaffected by inclement weather conditions. See our Installation Guide and also for an indication of how to secure the installation, the Installation Items in the FAQ section of this website.