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Rubber Roofs

Rubber roofs have become increasingly more popular over the years, especially for flat roofs.

As a low maintenance, durable, and energy efficient roofing material, rubber roofs are also environmentally friendly and cost effective.

It’s no surprise that more and more homeowners are choosing rubber roofs.

Rubber roofs are lightweight, durable, and are able to withstand the elements of nature much better than their traditional wooden counterparts.

Since rubber roofing is still a fairly new technology, it is a good idea to make certain that the roofing contractor that you hire is experienced with the installation and maintenance involved with these roofs. Once you have your rubber roof installed, make sure that you have regular yearly inspections on your roof. This is the best way to ensure that you take care of any minor problems as they occur and can greatly prolong the longevity of your roof.

Many rubber roofs need to be coated about a year after they are installed to ensure the roof’s longevity and then coated every couple years thereafter.

Some of the most prevalent benefits of using rubber roofing include the fact that rubber is extremely pliable and flexible. This enables it to expand and contract with fluctuations in the weather without harming the roof.

Splits and cracks are not common with rubber roofs, giving them a great advantage over other roofing materials.

Rubber roofs need to be inspected and cleaned regularly. Twice per year is a good schedule and cleaning will help keep the roof durable and long-lasting.

Read the manufacturer’s warranty carefully. Regular cleaning and coating may be a requirement that you must perform to keep the warranty active.
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sk your roofer any questions that you may have regarding cleaning and maintaining the roof. Sometimes, using the wrong products on your rubber roof can cancel or void the warranty, so be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions.