EPDM Rubber Roofing Contractor
EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) is a flat roof material that is highly resistant to tearing. It is known for its durable membrane and is commonly used on low-slope buildings that are walked on often or structures that are prone to hail or wind damage. This rubber roofing system is growing quickly in popularity for low pitched roofing systems. With lifespan expectancy of 25-30 years and the durability that is offered to homeowners, it is one of the more favored choices in the industry.
A Solution For Flat Roofs
What is EPDM rubber used for?
Rubber roofing, also known as EPDM, is a synthetic membrane that is commonly used on low-slope roofing systems throughout the country and world. It is known for its durability and long life-span.
How long do rubber roofs last?
Rubber roofs last on average 25-35 years. A properly installed rubber roof can even last little longer than that. Modern rubber used today is not vulnerable to the suns ultraviolet rays. Another advantage of using rubber on your low-pitched roof is that it has the ability to withstand high winds and hail up to two to three inch’s in diameter.
Is rubber roofing more expensive than shingles?
Rubber roofing can be as much as three times the cost of asphalt roofing. Although going rubber is more expensive, it is the most ideal solution to a low pitched or flat roof. Also, the rubber roofing usually last twice as long as asphalt shingles and offers homeowners additional savings on energy costs.
A Reliable Warranty
We give our customers a promise that is Reliable. Trust us we have you covered. We offer:
- A 50-year warranty on all qualifying products.
- Limited Lifetime Warranty on building products.
- 5x the legal labor warranty.
Special Financing Available!
We want to offer our customers the best possible service from start to finish. One way we do this is by offering financing options for your roofing, siding, windows, doors and other exterior renovations. We will assist you in picking out and choosing the best financing option that makes sense for you. Give us a call today and learn more about how we can help you protect your investment.