Firestone EPDM Rubber Roofing

Does your conservatory have a very low pitched roof?

Have you been told that you cant have a tiled roofing system?

Well don’t worry, here at ‘My Conservatory Roof Replacement Ltd’ we offer Firestone EPDM rubber roofing, a flat roofing system alternative to the Tapco Slate tiles that only requires a very low pitch. In fact it can be used on your garage, extension or even a dormer.

Flat roofs have been known to cause numerous and recurring problems for home owners, As the rain falls most flat roofs leak after only a relatively short period of time due to the joints in the felt and sealants used to install them.

However, our Firestone Rubber Roof is laid as 1 complete sheet meaning no joints or tears. It is incredibly strong and durable which holds a 50 years product life expectancy. All our flat roofs are insulated and new 18mm chipboard is fitted before applying your new Firestone Rubber Roof to ensure no ponding or excess water remains on the roof.

The Firestone Rubber Cover (EPDM) is made of a synthetic rubber. For more than 30 years this rubber has been successfully installed on commercial / industrial and residential roofs worldwide. Due to its success Firestone is one of the most preferred flat roofing products on the market for all flat roof applications.

Flat Roofing

Protect your property. Flat roofs often need special attention to ensure they are problem free and we never hesitate in recommending Firestone Rubber Cover as a cost effective solution. The covering is a single piece eliminating any future problems. Felt is used in 1 metre lengths whereas rubber cover is installed in single sheets that will be cut to size (free measuring service)

  • Fully adhered EPDM roofing system
  • Long life expectancy
  • No maintenance or discolouring
  • Quick to install, causing minimum disruption
  • Cost effective, long term protection from the weather

You can now sit back and relax in your new conservatory roof and enjoy comfortable temperatures throughout the year.

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