This is a sponsored article by Prefix Systems

Prefix Systems have just launched a #100%WARM campaign, to help communicate to the trade and consumers the fact that their WARMroof has been designed and engineered throughout to be a true ‘warm roof.’

While there are a number of solid, insulated warm roofs in the marketplace, not all of these products are of a 100% warm construction and so the risk over time is that roofs manufactured using a cold roof construction can suffer from cold spots and condensation. This is particularly apparent the late autumn, throughout winter and in the early spring. With these roofs being sold as a long-term investment, the worry is that an increasing number of these roofs may fail to varying degrees.

With WARMroof, the insulation sits above the roof deck and so all aspects of the roof including the glazing bars are fully insulated. With some competitor systems, the insulation sits in between the glazing bars and so this forms part of a cold roof construction.

WARMroof from Prefix Systems has been proven over a number of years with installations right across the UK, including Scotland and Wales. Unlike several competitor systems WARMroof has a fully insulated eaves and as the most configurable roof of its kind in the sector offers options for valleys, a full choice of roofing tile and can accommodate pitches from 50 – 450, among other unique product features.

Chris Baron of Prefix Systems commented: ‘Our #100%WARM campaign is designed to communicate the benefits of WARMroof which is fully insulated throughout, regardless of roof type or design. To be 100%WARM, the insulation

needs to sit above the roof deck as our product has been designed to do so, helping to eliminate the potential for cold bridging, something that we are seeing on site with other systems.

He continued: ‘The risk for installers is considerable, particularly where 10-year warranties are the norm and so installations today, may become liabilities for tomorrow and for years to come.’

For further information please visit or contact the head office for a free brochure pack on 01254 871800, alternatively you can e-mail You can also add to their following on Twitter @prefixsystems.

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