Vulcanized Rubber Roofing

Vulcanized Rubber Roof Materials
Vulcanized Rubber is Resistant To Common Weather Conditions
Roofer Installing Vulcanized Rubber
How You Construct Your Commercial Roof Has Lasting Impact

Are you searching for a single ply roofing solution that is stronger and more reliable than most? One option to consider is vulcanized roofing membranes, more often referred to as thermoset membranes. Roofs such as TPO or PVC possess heat-welded seams, which efficiently prevent water leaking. Thermoset membranes on the other hand, such as EPDM vulcanized rubber, are sealed and bonded prior to application, which creates an especially strong resistance to damages from:

  • Rain
  • Sun (UV Rays)
  • Wind

Choosing a roof for your commercial property is a big decision and one you and your business will have to live with for the foreseeable future. With that in mind, you don’t want to rush into a decision and it’s best to first consult with a roofing expert. Call the certified network of professionals from Roofer’s Guild today at (877) 532-3852 and ask for an estimate for vulcanized rubber roofing.

Types of Thermoset Membranes

Thermoset Roofing Surface
There Are Various Kinds of Thermoset Membranes

There are varying kinds of roofing membranes, and vulcanized rubber roofs fall into the thermoset membrane category. These types of membranes formulate an incredibly resilient, chemical resistant surface with cross-linking polymers throughout the material. Among the additional thermoset membranes you can find in the industry are:

  • Chlorosulfonated: This type of synthetic rubber is great due to chemicals and moisture; because it is very sturdy, UV resistant, and is very adhesive, it is a great choice for vulcanized rubber roofing.
  • Epichlorohydrin: Epichlorophydrin is pretty similar to EPDM, so its an excellent choice for rubber roofing material. While this synthetic rubber is a lot like EPDM, it is able to withstand oils a lot better.
  • Neoprene: If you are interested in rubber that is resistant to oil, can last a long time, and can withstand heat, then neoprene is a great choice for your thermoset membrane. This type of membrane isn’t a synthetic rubber, but is made of synthetic polymers.
  • Polyethylene: By using ethylene to create a synthetic resin, you come up with polyethylene, a material that is very flexible and be able to withstand a lot while also being incredibly light.
  • Polyisobutylene: Polyisobutylene, or butyl rubber, that is a synthetic rubber used for roofing membranes. Is is able to withstand weather, heat, UV rays, as well as being very long-lasting.

Keep in mind, vulcanized rubber also requires specialized coatings. A professional roofer can handle your coatings in the future to ensure the right combination is used in application. The last thing you need is an amateur contractor to ruin your roof. Regardless of which kind of thermoset membrane you’re searching for, the network of experts at Roofer’s Guild can help! Each roofer in this roofing community has the knowledge and skills needed to install this type of roofing membrane to your commercial roof.

What Makes Vulcanized Rubber Roofing Special?

If you’re looking for a roof that can withstand weather conditions, and will last for years, you won’t go wrong with an EPDM vulcanized rubber roof solution. Aside from its resistance to rain, UV rays, and wind, vulcanized rubber also prevents these common roofing problems:

  • Chemical Damage
  • Extreme Weather
  • Heat Degradation
  • Water Leaks,
  • Water Pooling
  • And Much More!

Because of its ability to avoid these common pitfalls, vulcanized rubber is one of the more popular roofing solutions for commercial buildings. If you are interested in applying this rubber to your commercial property, give our team a ring at (877) 532-3852 today! The Roofer’s Guild group can assist you with any and all of your single ply membrane needs.

Vulcanized Rubber Roof Maintenance
Vulcanized Rubber Prevents Heat Degradation

Get Vulcanized Rubber Roofing Today!

If you are interested in vulcanized rubber roofing for your commercial property, you will need to contact an experienced commercial roofing for installation services. Finding a roofer can be tough, as some roofing contractors will say they are licensed and insured when they are not. Because our commercial roofs are an investment, we want to be sure that whoever works on them is licensed, insured, and has years of experience working on vulcanized rubber roofing. Fortunately, there is a way in which you can find a professional roofer who knows how to accurately and effectively install vulcanized rubber roofs–and that’s through the Roofer’s Guild. The Roofer’s Guild is a national roofing association that has a community roofers who are waiting to help clients who are looking for exceptional roofing services. It is a nationwide association, so if you live in Florida and need a commercial roofer or you are from Idaho and want a roofer for your vulcanized rubber roofing project, an expert roofer within The Roofer’s Guild will be able to help. To learn more about how a roofing contractor in this community can help you, call us today at (877) 532-3852!