Live Roof Systems
Bring modules with established plants and set them in place on the rooftop
Each module arrives to the jobsite fully grown and is simply set in place on the rooftop.
During installation, the unique, patent-pending Soil Elevator™ is easily removed to allow for a seamless fit, which provides the look of a "built-in" system without the extensive, ongoing costs of maturation.
- With a network of over 20 licensed growers across the USA and Canada, the product design is backed by unsurpassed expertise and customer service.
- Systems are locally grown under the care of professional horticulturists who select RoofTop Proven™ plant mixes suitable to each project and climate.
Plants in the system are exclusively bred, selected, and developed for top performance amidst the rigors of a rooftop environment.
- Modules can be custom cut to create natural-looking green roofs with sweeping curves and full vegetation.
- Economical and easy to install
- Available in natural aluminum, bronze, or black anodized
- Available in four heights to accommodate LiveRoof® Lite, Standard, Deep, and MAXX modules
- Prefabricated corners save time and labor and provide a neat, finished look
RoofStone® Integrated Pavers:
- Size: 1' x 2' x 4" (Standard); 1' x 2' x 6" (Deep)
- Artisan surface with chamfered top edge
- Built-in hand grips and pedestals for fast, efficient installation
- Suitable for pathways, landings, and patios Impact and crack resistant
- Available in five colors: Light Reflective, Mocha, Charcoal, Beach Sand, and Natural
Systems offer a variety of plant options, with four system depths:
LiveRoof® Lite: For retrofit projects where load limitations exist
LiveRoof® Standard: Maximizes storm water management and integrates perfectly with both new construction and existing buildings
LiveRoof® Deep: Irrigated to expand plant biodiversity to an array of drought-resistant, conventional, and native perennials, grasses, and vegetables
LiveRoof® MAXX: Meets municipal codes in locales with 8-inch soil depth requirement; perimeter ballast supports drought-resistant perennials, grasses, and vegetables and can be used to optimize biodiversity