EPDM, Sustainability, and the Environment
What material can support a vehicle going 120 mph through a steaming desert and still be flexible at -45 degrees C. (-49 degrees F.)? For roofing applications, materials must also have a high degree of weatherability – especially resistance to water, pollutants, UV rays, and impact and general traffic resistance. Materials that meet these requirements are called elastomers.
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There’s much more to selecting a roof membrane than color—but it’s not a black-and-white decision.
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A cost-effective way to extend the life of your existing roof, this system can be installed over your existing roof.
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SPF, Energy, and the Environment
The Best Roofing Investment Yet!
Clearing the Air on Roof Air Leakage
More than Just Roof Leaks
It’s Elementary, My Dear Watson!
Mastics, Coatings, Adhesives for Roof Repairs
Roofing History and Knowledge
Where There’s Smoke …
It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times …
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