EPDM Commercial Roofing

The EPDM single-ply rubber roofing membrane has been a preferred choice for low-slope commercial roofing professionals in the industry for over 40 years.  This is a high quality option for many commercial properties.

EPDM Membrane Rubber Roofing

A roof that is close to flat or just slightly pitched for water channeling is called a low-slope roof. No roof should be truly “flat” – though it may appear from the ground to be flat; every roof should have a intentionally designed slopes for drainage purposes. Low slope roofing is often used in commercial buildings. Problems are not unusual and can be more difficult to diagnose because the leak area is often not directly located where the water is appearing inside the building. The roof should never have areas of standing water. Standing water on a roof can be caused by sagging or rotted roof decking or improper drainage design and can lead to severe damage.

The Look & Protection You Want‎

From inspection and installation, to repairs and maintenance, we are committed to being your go-to roofer. Our dedicated service and production crews attend mandatory safety and installation training on a regular basis. This means your projects are OSHA compliant and completed by experienced, specialized experts every time.

EPDM / Rubber Roofing System Benefits

Since its first installation in the 1970’s, the formulation for the EPDM membrane has not changed much. Its superior durability and cost-effectiveness are part of what makes EPDM one of the most popular flat roofing systems installed in the U.S. today.

Cost-effective, easy, long-term maintenance, excellent weatherability.

Lightweight and flexible, it is an ideal second generation (roof-recover) choice. Made from ingredients derived from oil and natural gas, EPDM can be fully adhered, mechanically attached or ballasted with seams sealed using a liquid adhesive or specialty tape.

EPDM membranes provide options to address specific energy cost needs. This system tends to have lower long-term maintenance costs with a consistent preventative maintenance program.