EPDM Membranes

EPDM rubber is perfectly suited for flat roofs thanks to its unrivalled water resistance and ability to withstand extreme temperatures. EPDM membranes can be installed onto a variety of structures ranging from low-pitch garage roofs to large industri...

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is EPDM Rubber?

Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer or EPDM rubber is a synthetic rubber that is used across a wide range of applications. As a highly durable, flexible, and non-permeable material it is excellent as a rubber roofing solution, used widely across the world for flat roofing. EPDM rubber is also used in vehicle manufacturing in door and window seals, as well as weatherstripping and much more.

Is EPDM Rubber Waterproof?

Yes, EPDM rubber is a highly waterproof material capable of resisting rainfall and other forms of water ingress, which are a common cause of damage to flat roofs. Thanks to its impermeability and elasticity, a single EPDM membrane can very often be used to cover an entire roof. With no seams, the new flat roof has no vulnerable points where water may get in.

How Long Do Rubber Membrane Roofs Last?

You can expect your EPDM rubber roof to last for 50 years or more. This is thanks to continuing innovation in the manufacturing of EPDM membranes. The material is not susceptible to damage from exposure to UV light such as shrinkage, nor will it rot or be damaged by precipitation. Rubber roofs are also shear resistant, and able to withstand high winds.

Can You Walk on an EPDM Membrane?

EPDM roofing membranes are only designed to withstand the light footfall one might expect during installation or occasional cleaning and maintenance.