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Firestone Roofing

Firestone Roofing

Firestone Roofing

Firestone are a trusted manufacturer of flat roofing materials for both small and medium sized residential projects. At the heart of their range are a selection of highly durable EPDM membranes. Each caringly designed to provide a watertight and long-lasting solution for flat roofs of all sizes.

Firestone roofing materials pride provide a complete system with a range of adhesives, fixings and flashings available. These have been purposely designed to accompany the popular Firestone EPDM membranes. This compatibility ensures that your roof can withstand the toughest weather conditions for decades to come.

If you have more questions about Firestone roofing materials, simply speak to our team online or by telephone. With over 40 years of experience in roofing, we'll help you choose the perfect solution fro your project. This is whether you're replacing an existing EPDM membrane or are building a new flat roof. 

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How to Calculate Your m²/ft²?

How to Calculate Your m²/ft²?

It’s actually very easy to calculate how many square meters or foot an area is, whether it is a simple rectangle or more complex shape. When dealing with a simple rectangle, just multiply the length by the width for your total square meterage or footage. If you’re dealing with a more complex shape, treat each area as a rectangle and perform the same calculation. Then combine the square meterage or footage of each area for to get the total area.

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Common Questions

Who Are Firestone?

Since 1900, Firestone have been a pioneer in the manufacturing of rubber-based products. Their story first began when their founder Harvey Firestone, began crafting solid rubber tires for fire apparatus. A handful of years later in 1906, Henry Ford selected Firestone as the sole tire supplier for their cars.

Firestone witnessed continued growth in the decades later and became part of the Bridgestone group in 1988. At this point the company continued manufacturing high-performance tires and diversified to begin crafting other rubber materials.

This includes rubber roofing specially designed for flat roofing applications. Firestone’s range of membranes are seamless and therefore watertight. This ensures they can withstand ponding water as well as other weather conditions.

Due to their heritage in rubber manufacturing, Firestone EPDM membranes have quickly become a popular choice amongst tradespeople. Alongside Classic Bond, their range of rubber membranes are a favourite amongst UK homeowners too.

What Are Firestone Roofing Materials?

At the heart of the Firestone range is their RubberCover EPDM membranes. These membranes are available at either 1.52mm or 1.14mm thick, providing a solution for virtually any type of project. 

In addition to their seamless membrane, Firestone offer purposely designed adhesives, sealants, tapes and accessories. These ensure that your membrane is truly weatherproof and provides a superb lifespan. 

What is EPDM Roofing?

EPDM is a type of synthetic rubber used in a variety of construction materials. Unlike some other forms of rubber, EPDM is flexible and therefore easy to handle. It is also relatively lightweight and ideal for small to medium sized roofing applications.

The unique combination of ethylene, propylene and diene comonomer provides outstanding resistance to heat and UV. EPDM is also able to withstand tough weather conditions, whether that be hot summers or chilly winters.

EPDM is usually supplied in the form of a single piece membrane. This can be easily rolled out and cut. As the membrane has no seams it is weather-resistant and watertight. This provides you with the utmost confidence that your flat roof will be leak-free for decades to come.