Roofs today can be so much more than keeping rain out. Roofs offer us an extra layer of living space, which we can use to collect rainwater and reuse it. For example, we build healthy gardens, patios and cooling play areas on rainwater and solar panels achieve higher efficiency by installing them on a Rainup blue-green roof. Check out the below, diverse options for utilizing your roof!
A beautiful, practical garden requires not only a balance of paving and greenery, but also the resources that keep your garden healthy, such as water. By collecting rain directly where it falls and slowly returning it to the ground or returning it naturally to the plants, watering with tap water becomes unnecessary. From water-storing walkways to patios, planters and borders, we make the best use of rainwater and create a healthy, low-maintenance garden.
Automatically and naturally supply plant beds and borders around your home with rainwater by collecting it as it falls and storing it directly under the plants. Drip tubes are a thing of the past and your plants are in optimal condition because they are always in the best circumstances to grow.
Green parking lots, paving, patios, lawns and plantings, we can realize it with rainwater as a building block. Rainwater is no longer discharged to the sewer, instead we make the best use of it to create a beautiful, healthy living environment at home.
Flowering plants on the balcony, a cooling playground for your family or growing your own vegetables and herbs using a rainwater harvesting vegetable garden. Everything is possible when it comes to healthy greenery on a balcony.
Installing a green roof on a shed or garage not only adds aesthetic value, it protects roofing from outside influences. You contribute to greening the neighborhood, which provides a pleasant living environment for yourself and the people and animals around you.
When plants cannot stand in the sun during hot summer days or there isn't much space available, Rainup's portable modules offer you a helping hand. Sunlight, rain, you decide when the modules are where. From kitchen garden to planter!