Detail Drawings

LiveRoof has developed the following technical details for use in plans, and to accompany specifications. Please contact us for support in determining which details are most pertinent to your individual project.
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LiveRoof Modules Over Conventional Roof

(2.5 inch soil depth)
LITE Conventional
(4.25 inch soil depth)
STANDARD Conventional
(6 inch soil depth)
DEEP Conventional
(8 inch soil depth)
MAXX Conventional

LiveRoof Modules Over Protective Membrane Assembly

(2.5 inch soil depth)
LITE Membrane
(4.25 inch soil depth)
STANDARD Membrane
(6 inch soil depth)

DEEP Membrane

(8 inch soil depth)
MAXX Membrane

RoofEdge Aluminum Edging

2.5
LITE Restraint
4.25
STANDARD Restraint
6.5
DEEP Restraint
8.5
MAXX Restraint

Pavers and Drain Boxes

Detail drawing of RoofStone Paver with LiveRoof module
ROOFSTONE INTEGRATED PAVER
Detail drawing of Conventional Pedestal Paver with LiveRoof module
CONVENTIONAL PEDESTAL PAVER
RoofEdge 24
DRAINBOX W/ ROOFEDGE
Detail drawing of Drain Application with LiveRoof modules
DRAIN DOME W/ ROOFEDGE & STONE BALLAST

RoofBlue RETAIN, DETAIN, and PipeRunner

compatible with all LiveRoof module sizes, detail demonstrates Standard module
ROOFBLUE RETAIN (with Standard Modules)
compatible with all LiveRoof module sizes, detail demonstrates Lite module
ROOFBLUE RETAIN (with Lite Modules)
compatible with all LiveRoof module sizes, detail demonstrates Standard module
ROOFBLUE DETAIN
Detail drawing of PipeRunner with Standard LiveRoof module
PIPERUNNER
Low slope gutter application using RoofEdge, face plate and membrane
GUTTER A

Low Slope Gutter Application

perimeter system
PERIMETER A

Perimeter Details for Custom-Cut Modules

slope A
SLOPE A

Slope Application with Lower Parapet Restraint

slope B
SLOPE B

Slope Application with Welded Posts

slope C
SLOPE C

Slope Application with Structural Posts