A large Tesco supermarket needed a rooftop solution that would provide safe passageways for maintenance workers to carry out essential tasks.
Like many other supermarkets of its size, the Tesco in Pitsea, Essex has a rooftop that’s covered in cables, pipes, slippery surfaces and surface units. With a steady stream of staff needing regular access to the roof, the building owners knew they needed to find an easy and safe way for maintenance engineers to access the roof without damaging the membrane.
- Loose laid, easy to install and have minimum maintenance over its life cycle
- Remains stable in high winds and withstand extreme weather conditions
- Quickly drains and dissipates liquids and debris
- Resistant to bacterial growth and impermeable in all weathers.
- Protects the roof membrane from damage
Creating safe walkways amongst the mass of cables and pipes was key, so the solution needed to be easy to install on a crowded roof, plus ensure extra traction underfoot. The answer was Crossgrip PVC, our specialised rooftop matting that's designed to be loose laid with no fixing required. Made from flexible PVC, it contours over uneven surfaces, including membrane seams, ramps and changes in levels, and is easy to cut to fit around obstacles.
Crossgrip's durable, two-layer construction protects the roof membrane, while the diamond-cut pattern and cross-directional top ribs ensures a firm under foot grip. The matting remains stable in winds up to 60mph (96km/h).
Our highly specialised walkway matting for flat roofs, gantries and high level walkways, Crossgrip PVC is certified slip resistant and able to withstand all types of weather.
Supplied in 10m rolls
Loose lay, no fixing required
Easy to maintain
Five year warranty, UV resistant