If you’ve come to the realization that it’s time to replace the roof on your Parker, Colorado home, you’ve probably realized you have some options.
Although roofs of the past were mostly comprised of shingles, today’s roofing systems run the full gamut—from clay to shingles, and from metal to asphalt. Suffice to say, it can be difficult to choose which type of system will be best for your home.
At Great Western Roofing, we’ve been helping Parker, CO homeowners with all of their roofing needs for nearly a decade. Not only do we have the know-how, we have the experience to get the job done fast, done right, and on budget. We pride ourselves on providing our customers with the highest levels of customer care in the region.
There are a few benefits of installing a rubber roofing system (also known as an EPDM roof), so for this blog post, we thought we’d go over the most common advantages.
But first, we wanted to break down the acronym. Essentially, EPDM stands for ethylene, propylene diene terpolymer. Why is this type of system great? We’ll tell you:
- EPDM roofing systems create an extremely durable membrane
- EPDM roofing systems are a great choice for low-slope structures
- It’s hail resistant
- Rubber roofs offer flexibility in freezing temperatures
- Rubber roofs are highly resistant to fire
- They’re resistant to extreme heat
- They’re also highly resistant to wind damage
- This type of roofing system can provide resistance to ultra violet (UV) radiation
If you still have questions about the pros and cons of rubber roofing systems, or you have questions about how the up-front costs associated with an EPDM system will differ from other types of roofing materials, we can help.
For more information on the associated costs, and what the installation process would look like, call Great Western Roofing today at 720-379-8175. If you’d like, we’ll be happy to help you schedule a free, no-hassle rubber roofing estimate.
When you choose this type of roofing system, you’ll be choosing one that’s will provide a fully-adhered membrane between the exterior and interior of your residence. Ultimately, it’s a roof that’s glued down and will include glued-down seams and flashings.
They also come with an impressive lifespan (the average lifespan for an EPDM system generally runs between 25 and 30 years.) Not only is this longer than the type of lifespan of other types of roofing materials, it’s also cost-effective, which is why rubber roofs are gaining in popularity.
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Regardless as to whether you want to move forward with re-roofing your home today, or if you’re simply fact-finding for the future, we can help.
Our company has been in business since 2009 and our years of experience, combined with our commitment to excellence are among the reasons we’re the top-rated choice for roof repair and re-roofing in Parker, Colorado.