EPDM Roofing South Wales
If you are looking for a roofing contractor for EPDM roofing in South Wales, look no further than Duraseal. With a team of experienced local roofers, we can install EDPM rubber membrane to ensure your roof is waterproof and weather protected. Offering competitive prices and quality workmanship, we guarantee a well-fitted roof and full customer satisfaction. To arrange a free no obligation quotation, please contact us.
What does EPDM Stand For?
EPDM stands for ethylene propylene diene monomer. It is a single ply synthetic rubber membrane used for effective waterproofing of roof systems. Due to its low cost, straight forward installation, durability and easy maintenance, EPDM has become a popular choice for both commercial and residential buildings. Available in either black or white, you can choose the right colour to suit your needs.
Benefits of EPDM Rubber Roofing
EPDM has many benefits, as a result, it is a type of roofing worth considering. Benefits include:
- Low cost
- Quick installation
- Weather resistant
- Can be applied cold so no need for heating equipment
- Lifespan or around 20 years
- Available in black or white
- Option to ballast
- Available in a range of thicknesses
- Large sheets allow for potentially seamless roofs
What is a Single Ply Roofing Membrane?
Single ply roofing membrane has become a popular choice in recent years. Single ply membrane is grouped into two categories being synthetic rubbers and thermoplastics. EPDM falls into the synthetic rubber single ply category. Other types of single-ply roofing include the following:
- Thermoplastic Olefin (TPO)
- Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
Contact Duraseal Today
For more information about single ply membranes and EPDM roofing in South Wales, contact Duraseal. We offer sound advice and can visit your property at a time to suit you to provide a free of charge, no obligation quotation. To book an appointment, contact us today. Our roofers will be happy to provide EPDM roofing to customers throughout Aberdare, Swansea, Newport, Bridgend, Carmarthen, Cardiff and Llanelli.