Rubber roofs have been shown to have the longest average commercial roofing lifespan. They’re flexible, durable and easily repaired. We install and repair them on a variety of building types and have found them to be incredibly successful. While they aren’t right for everyone, we can evaluate your roof and how it is used to help you determine if this material would be beneficial to your space.
Rubber roofs - protection that lasts
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Rubber roofing is made of EPDM, which stands for ethylene propylene diene monomer, is a material similar to an inner tube. As a rubber roof, it benefits from chemical properties that make it flexible and long-lasting. We’ve been installing these roofing systems for a quarter century and see great results.
Benefits of Rubber Roofs
One of the greatest enemies of any flat roofing is sunlight. The sun relentlessly beats down on surfaces and can eventually make them weak, brittle and prone to leaks. Rubber roofs are chemically engineered to resist the damage sunlight and UV rays cause on other surfaces. Statistics also show that rubber roofing has significantly lower environmental impact than other flat roofing materials like TPO and PVC.
Rubber roofs obviously hold some of the trademarks of other rubber products, like flexibility. This surface is popular in our region because it expands and contracts with dramatic changes in the temperature. This makes it a more durable product in the long run. During our hot summers and our bitter cold winters alike, this system will offer stable, consistent protection.
Rubber roof installation is easy, which is another great benefit for business owners. And because it is stable at a wide range of temperatures, it can be installed all year round. We are able to do this quickly to minimize disruption to your business. We’re thorough, careful and never leave a mess.
Rubber Roof Repair
Rubber roofing doesn't tear or scuff easily. However if it does, we can repair it easily using epoxy or putty-like substances that create a permanent bond with the existing materials. It’s as simple as patching a hole, and we do it right the first time to ensure you don’t have surprise leaks popping back up.
Black rubber roofs don’t typically have the cool roof effect that you can get from other white roofing. While white roofs do, they can cost up to 30 percent more which may not work with your budget. Studies have shown that when EPDM is ballasted, it can provide additional reflective properties and cool roof effects. Talk to our team of commercial rubber roof professionals to find out if this strategy is right for you.
As a family-owned and operated business for over 10 years and having more than 25 years of experience in the roofing industry, we understand that budget plays a big role in commercial roofing decisions. We offer free inspections and estimates so that you can make decisions without the risk. For installation and repair of rubber roofs in Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus and the surrounding communities, call us today.