Now is a good time to improve your home, whether it is the furnishing, tiling, wall paper and more importantly, those areas that rarely get your attention. This could be the piping system, electrical wiring or your roofing. Your roof is one of the most fundamental aspects of your home, office, school or even hospital. Modern technology has designed membrane roofing, a system used for tanks as well as buildings that works well to block leaks. This is quickly replacing the old type roofs made of asphalt and gravel.
Rubber membrane roofing is the most common type of membrane roofing and is done using synthetic rubber thermoplast. It has many advantages over the conventional roofing materials; it has an array of designs, can be installed in many ways, is highly durable and eliminates chances of leaking to below 1% if installation is done correctly. To ensure you get maximal benefit, purchase a rubber sheet that is large enough to case the whole roof space. In the past, this technique was used solely for commercial purposes but is now being applied in residential roofing. This roofing is done using big, even pieces of rubber welded into one large seamless membrane. It has a life span of up to 40 years and can survive all weather conditions in all climates around the world as well as intense UV rays. When temperatures are very low or very high, it is flexible to allow for contraction and expansion. It has both outdoor and indoor usage such as actual roofing, flooring, landscaping and even lining ponds.
Roof decks can especially work well with this roofing material, specifically EPDM rubber. It is easy to put up the rubber membrane roofing as long as you are equipped with basic tools and a do-it-yourself manual. The only technical bit of installation is removing your previous roofing material. This allows you to assess the state of your roof deck material before laying the rubber membrane roofing. Liquid adhesive is used to bond the rubber sheet to your roof. Manufacturer’s instruction on the finishing touches must be strictly followed.
The cost of this roofing technique may seem preposterous but the fact that it can last up to 40 years should calm your fears. Rubber roofing is a long term financial investment as you will save on repair and maintenance fees as well electrical fees from damage due to leaking. You can also put up the roofing by yourself without the help of a contractor who usually do not come cheap. Invest in rubber membrane roofing today!