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What is a Liquid Rubber Roofing System?

Liquid rubber roofing (EPDM) has been in the market place as liquid roofing system since the early 1800’s.

A liquid rubber system can be used for waterproofing a variety of applications.

For example, on metal roofing the substrate can be treated for rust then a tape is placed over any voids (for cracking bridging) then the liquid rubber is applied with a spray or by brush. The liquid rubber can be applied in cold conditions and is instantly watertight.

Liquid Rubber Roofing has a Proven Track Record

Liquid rubber roofing has a proven track record of over 25 years. It is environmentally friendly and has a short application in comparison to other systems (up to 5 times faster).

Not only does this save both time and money. But with today’s health and safety requirements being flame free is an added benefit for both contractors and homeowners.

Liquid Rubber Roofing Systems are used across the US, the UK and Europe

The system is extensively used in the United States, the UK and Europe. A liquid rubber roofing system can be applied to a range of surfaces with a variety of finishes available.

This includes protection for all types of trafficked surfaces including walkways, foot paths, car parks, ramps, balconies, terraces and factory floors.

Liquid rubber systems are frequently applied to metal gutters with continued exposure to flowing and standing water, gutters are one of the biggest causes of failed roof systems.

The coating is a 2-component system which is simple to apply. Because of the simplicity of its application and ability to adhere to nearly all surfaces it is self-terminating, eliminating the requirement for flashings, trims and expensive detailing.

When fully bonded, the application prevents tracking of water and its seamless finish eliminates the risk inherent in jointed systems.

Also, another great feature of this product is that it has 1100 tensile strength and a 95% memory, involves no solvents, no primers, and no fleece. This surely meets nearly all requirements.

If you need any more information about liquid rubber roofing systems, Southern Liquid Systems would be delighted to help you. Just call us on 0207 7818153 and one of our team will be happy to help you.