EPDM – Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomor
EPDM is a very durable synthetic rubber, used for flat roofs and gently sloped roofs. Miles Roofing Vermont. Roofing Services we work with clients all over Proctor, installing high quality EPDM roofs. These roofs are available in both black (appears like a dark grey) or white. Our experienced team can offer advice on what will work best for your building. One of the reasons EPDM is so successful is that it is perfect for a wide range of climates, helping to keep in the heat in cold weather and regulate temperatures in hot conditions. This helps to keep both heating and air conditioning costs down.
Why choose EPDM for your roof in Proctor?
EPDM is suitable for a broad range of climates, from the very hot to the very cold – pefect for climates.
- EPDM roofs are very easy to maintain.
- Maintenance costs for EPDM are very low in comparison with other roofing materials.
- Using EPDM for your roof is very eco-friendly.
- EPDM has been around for years and continues to be a favorite with our clients.
- EPDM is a flexible material, so expansion and contraction will not compromise your roof.
Call Miles Roofing Vermonttoday for a Quote
We are than happy to provide a quotation for a high quality EPDM roof. Proctor Roofing have installed EPDM roofs all over Proctor.
Lead Valleys Roofing in Proctor.
Lead has been used as a waterproof roofing material since ancient times and can be sometimes seen as greenish roofs and domes on today’s buildings.
We use tried and tested lead roofing fixings and techniques make lead the ideal trouble-free building material for roofing, cladding, flashing’s, gutters, down-pipes and it’s not different when it comes to Lead Valleys Roofing and Lead Valleys Repaired amoungst other architectural designs.
Advances in technology and techniques, machinery and fixing technologies have greatly reduced costs, which enables lead to be used in a greater variety of building situations than in the past.
Over the years we have been providing solutions, we have developed custom solutions for nearly every type of situation, as well as the ability to resolve any unique challenge.
There are then two basic fitting methods: the roll baton or standing seam methods. When using the roll baton method, batons are securely fixed to the deck, forming the bays which are a characteristic feature of these roofs. The lead bays are formed to the exact specifications of your roof, and fixed into the prepared bays. Cappings and trims are welted on to provide a watertight seal at all the joins.
Using the standing seam method, the lead is secured to the roof by the means of stainless steel clips, fitted between the upstands of the bays, which are then welted together.