How Long Does an EPDM Rubber Flat Roof Last?

How Long Does an EPDM Rubber Flat Roof Last?

One of the most important questions to consider when replacing your roof. EPDM rubber flat roof life expectancy is between 40-50 years, but some EPDM rubber roofs have been known to last for even longer. It depends on the quality of materials used, the installation... read more
Top Five Reasons to Choose Rubber Flat Roof

Top Five Reasons to Choose Rubber Flat Roof

Whether you’re looking to waterproof your home, business or other location, you want to guarantee you are getting the best service, quality materials and experience. Here at Rubber Flat Roof, we understand the importance of selecting the right company to fulfil... read more
Could Flat Roofs Prevent Urban Flooding?

Could Flat Roofs Prevent Urban Flooding?

With flooding on the rise, Rubber Flat Roofing seems to be the best option to integrate flood management strategies into existing building structures.  The design of flat roofs can be modified in order to collect and drain rainwater in a particular way, which would... read more
6 Vital Things to Keep in Mind During a Roof Inspection

6 Vital Things to Keep in Mind During a Roof Inspection

Rubber roof maintenance will help you take action before small problems threaten the condition of your whole roof. Before carrying out any of these steps, ensure that your roof is safe and that you feel physically able to undertake the roof examination. Make sure your... read more
How does EPDM Rubber Roofing Add Value to Your Home?

How does EPDM Rubber Roofing Add Value to Your Home?

The roof of your house is one of the most important and integral components of your home. Your roof’s health affects your home’s energy efficiency, waterproofing, structural integrity, and more. As a result, it is important that you choose a high-quality roofing... read more
A Short History of Flat Roofing

A Short History of Flat Roofing

Flat roofs have been around for hundreds of years and can be found worldwide. They are an ancient form, largely used in arid climates. In these warmer climes, where there is less rainfall and freezing is unlikely to occur, many flat roofs are simply built of masonry... read more