We hold a special place in our hearts for green roofs and the economy of modular construction. GreenGrid Roofs brings the best of both worlds together as a modular green roof system. Competitive in cost to built-in-place green roofs, GreenGrid Roofs is made up of preplanted modules composed of recycled plastics that can be sited right on top of an existing roof, as long as the structure will hold. So whether you are ready to canvas your entire roof, a portion, or even bring these modules down to ground level – GreenGrid Roofs works beautifully.

GreenGrid Roofs carry many other benefits of built-in-place green roofs, too, including reduced energy costs, reduced urban heat island effect, added sound insulation, added aesthetics, stormwater management, and government incentives. The additional advantages of GreenGrid Roofs include quick installation, easy placement, and flexibility for easy alternations, additions, easy maintenance, and roof repair. Plus, the recycled materials making up the GreenGrid Roof modules (60 post-industrial, recycled, high molecular weight polyethylene) contribute to LEED credits.

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  1. Sam Dobermann July 22, 2010 at 8:31 am

    How can you figure out if your old flat rooftop can hold these?

    Building is 50-60 years old and probably cheapish construction.

  2. Jim LIndell March 10, 2008 at 2:24 pm

    GreenGrid offers a Do-It-Yourself Green Roof kit for home owners. The kit consists of the GreenGrid Green Roof Module, Specialized growth media, Filter fabric, and plants. The materials are shipped to the project location and are then assembled by the home owner. For more information, please contact GreenGrid at 847-918-4121.

  3. keith mitchell January 3, 2007 at 2:22 pm

    I have a 20,000 sq ft roof that needs green and quietrevolution wind turbines…………thanks

  4. Mindy January 2, 2007 at 11:18 am

    I love the idea of green roofs. I am in contract for purchasing the top floor of a brownstone that comes with roof rights in Brooklyn. Please tell me, is this a good idea for an old building with a recently new roof? As most new yorkers that live on the top floor, my new concern is leaks, mold, etc. What is the advantge of this sysytem compared to a roof with a potted plant garden? Thanks!

  5. Dale April 25, 2006 at 2:45 am

    I also love green roofs, I tried to get the HOA to go for it but nothing doing.

  6. demi adeniran April 22, 2006 at 11:32 pm

    Love it!!! How can I install this system on the roof of my house in Brooklyn NY? We look forward to hearing back form you!

  7. Zielone Migda?y April 21, 2006 at 8:32 pm

    […] Korzy?ci p?yn?ce z zielonych dachw to, oprcz walorw estetycznych, dodatkowa izolacja d?wi?kowa, zatrzymywanie wody i zmniejszenie efektu miejskiej wyspy ciep?a. Je?li kto? nie ma dachu, to fajnie te? jest mie? skrzynk? na balkonie. Green Grid Roofs, za Inhabitat W kategorii: Architektura […]

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