The Ideal Flat Roofing Solution
The Ideal Flat Roofing Solution has arrived !
For years flat roofing has been replaced with unattractive and far from permanent solutions such as felt and shingles…. Finally the flat roof has evolved thanks to a lifetime covering from RubberBond.
If you have a flat roof comprising of bitumen and felt it will eventually leak…..it is just a question of when!
At Admiral Homespace we call our EPDM Rubberbond roofing system LIFETIME ROOFING because that’s a most accurate description. The product has been proven in use for over Forty Years and carries a comprehensive 20 year guarantee.
It looks a lot smarter than piles of moss …… and you can even walk on it !
Over 40 Years Proven Life Expectancy
The first synthetic rubber EPDM roofs were laid in the United States in the 1960’S and are still protecting these roofs today.
Well known buildings rely on their EPDM rubber roofing such as Honda factories, Microsoft, Staples, Barclaycard, The Play House Theatre, schools, shopping centres, railway stations, hospitals and hundreds of thousands more commercial and residential properties.
Weather Resistant Rubber Roofing
Rubberbond flat roofing is not affected by extremes of temperature. Installations are in varied climates – from the glaring sun of the Middle East to the freezing cold of Siberia and Alaska.
Rubberbond is not degraded by ultra violet or ozone as again witnessed by the many installations in hotter climates such as the Middle East
RubberBond roofing repels all moisture and does not suffer with age from cracking or crazing.
Extremely ECO friendly materials all applied with little energy. Both Governments and ecologically aware agencies recommend EPDM rubber as best value sustainable ecologically sound roofing, particularly as no torches or gases are used in installation.
Admiral Homespace is a multiple award winning home improvement business based near Cambridge. We cover Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Bucks for Roofing, Replacement Windows, Conservatories and home conversion works.
Published March 24, 2010