Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer, or EPDM, roofing is comprised of a system that entails a rubber roofing membrane that is “thermoset,” or adhered together. These materials perform best under actual field conditions. It is often touted as having the longest service life on average as compared to many other roofing options.
The high resistance to wind damage makes a huge mark in the ability that EPDM roofing has on reducing the likelihood of wind damage. The high resistance to damage from wind is greatly desirable among many Floridian residents and business owners.
Furthermore, it has been found to have the longest average “service life” in comparison to other options.
Typical installation methods for a EPDM roofing option entail adhering to the stringent codes of the local count in addition to RAMCON EPDM roofing system speculations. We ensure that the criteria of our roof installations meet a variety of wind uplift criteria from FM Global as well.
Our EPDM rooftops perform greatly and offer significant longevity, thanks to many of its resistant attributes, wading off damage from UV radiation, weathering and ozone exposure.
To determine whether our Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer roofing systems are ideal for you, reach out to us today.