Rubberized Roofing

Best rubberized roofing Contractor in Lawrenceville and metro Atlanta area

The benefits of installing rubberized roofing are plentiful. You can make your home, business, or warehouse the envy of everyone around with

this stunning and durable type of roofing material. It is long-lasting and will save you money in replacement costs down the line when it comes to repairs for leaking roofs.

Finding a roofer who is knowledgeable and experienced with EPDM installation can be difficult because many roofing contractors misrepresent themselves as being competent in this area. You want to avoid using an inexperienced or unqualified rubber roof contractor for installing your rubber roof, which could lead to problems down the line and even voiding any warranties on your new roof!

The best way to ensure a quality install on your new rubber roof? Hire an experienced contractor who has extensive knowledge about what they're doing because incorrectly installed, a rubberized roof can cause a lot of damage to the structure.

For over 15 years we are proudly serving the roofing needs of Lawrenceville and metro Atlanta area residents and business owners. We

provide rubberized roof installation, maintenance, replacement, and repair services. Get in touch with us to request a free estimate at (404)966-3214.

Our roofers have the skills, training, and experience working with this type of roofing so you can feel satisfied by the quality of our work when it comes to installing rubber roofs, replacing rubber roofing, or rubber roof repair services we offer.

We promise safe, effective, and quality work. We only work with high quality materials and the best workmanship in order to meet all your rubber roofing needs. There is no reason to look anywhere else when we can meet all your needs at the best price in Lawrenceville and the metro Atlanta area.

A note on terminology:

What is Rubberized roofing?

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Because of its durability, water resistance, and ease of installation, a single-ply rubberized roof is an excellent choice for flat and low-sloped rooftops. Each type of rubber roof—whether synthetic or plastic polymers are used to produce it—has been designed specifically to protect your low sloping roofs from becoming a victim of harsh weather conditions such as snow in winter or rain at any other time during the year.

Rubber roofing VS. Traditional roofing

Thing you need to keep in mind when considering your choice of a rubber roof:

Rubber shingles offer an environmentally friendly, durable option that is cheaper than slate and fire resistant. The total price can vary depending on the material you choose as well as your area's labor rates for roofers.

In the long term, installing rubberized roofing could save you money by making your home more energy efficient. Rubber roofs last twice as long, so it's basically like getting new shingles for free every few years!

In a world where asphalt roofs only last 15-20 years, you may be surprised to hear that rubber roofs may withstand up to 50 years. Rubber is also low maintenance and will require little upkeep throughout its lifespan, unlike asphalt shingle roofs which need more frequent attention over the same amount of time, this means less money for repairs down the line!

When installed correctly, you might never experience any cracking or leaking at all. If that is not the case, covering it with a latex sealant should solve your issue.

The Rubber shingle and the roll are some of the most durable, long-lasting, and sturdy roofing materials. They are a good alternative to asphalt shingles for flat roofs which conventional shingles struggle to defend against extreme weather conditions like rain and hail storms due to the absence of the force of gravity on a flatter surface, which causes moisture build-up after rainstorm events.

Rubber shingles are much lighter than slate or asphalt, which makes them easier to install. Rubber is also better for the environment as it doesn’t release harmful pollutants into the air when heated up in sunlight as other materials do.

Quality Resource for Rubberized Roofing in Lawrenceville and metro Atlanta area

Whether you are just in the research phase and gathering information about rubberized roofing materials and contractors that are specialized in this type of materials, or you are ready to start your new rubber roofing installation process we can help.

Take advantage of our free estimate to find out more about this amazing roofing system and give us a call at: (404)966-3214  We take pride that we have all the

knowledge needed in installing rubber roofs, replacing rubber roofs, rubber roof maintenance, and rubber roof repair services you need.

Things You Should Know About Rubberized Roofing

Rubberized Roofing Benefits


EPDM, TPO, and PVC are three types of rubber roofing that offer many benefits you may not have considered. These roofs last a long time and can withstand all sorts of weather conditions making them an excellent alternative for any home or business owner who needs to save money on their energy bill. These rubber roofs are made to last. It will take a lot for these roofing products to deteriorate with their lifespan of a little over 20 years on average and up against 50 in some cases.

Rubber roofing is made of recycled rubber or plastic polymers, which makes it eco-friendly. It's also strong and waterproof because of its pliable nature. Rubber roofs can be installed in areas that typical asphalt roofs cannot go due to their flexibility

Rubber roofs are also resistant to ultraviolet radiation due

to their thickness and high-quality material makeup. And the best part? They

last for decades with minimal upkeep required so you don't have any worries

about your house's appearance being sullied by a patchy mess on top

One of the many advantages to rubber roofs is that they are easy and inexpensive to repair should a leak ever happen. They can be repaired with tubes or special tapes, making repairs quick and cost-efficient for homeowners alike.

Rubber is one of the most fire resistant materials on earth.

This makes it so that rubber roofs are nearly impossible to set afire, even with lightning strikes! Not only does this make your roof virtually indestructible but has an additional perk for homeowners: insurance providers may provide discounts if you install an EPDM roof in addition to your home's other safety features like smoke detectors and sprinkler systems

Rubber roofing is easy to clean and maintain.

Rubber roofing can improve curb appeal.

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Disadvantages of rubberized roofing


One of the main drawbacks to rubber roofs is their appearance. A black roof might not be very aesthetically pleasing, but many manufacturers now produce white or off-white for residential use and it’s easy and inexpensive enough for a homeowner to paint any color acrylic on top with ease. Acrylic painting your home's EPDM actually prolongs its life slightly more!

Rubber roofing is a thin layer of material that can be easily damaged by debris from storms or even people walking on it. The cost to repair these damages and prevent further water damage will diminish your savings in the long run.

Rubber Roofing Material Specialists

Rubber roofing materials are typically priced higher than traditional composite shingles, but they provide more benefits. Rubber roofs have a longer lifespan and offer better protection from the elements; as well as being environmentally friendly – unlike asphalt-based products that can release toxic chemicals into your living space over time.

Rubber roofs last up to 20 years and offer many benefits that you may not have thought of. For instance, the rubber will never rot or decay like a wooden shingle would in humid climates. It's also resistant to mold growth.

Rubberized roofing does not crack or curl when exposed to high temperatures so your rooftop will hold again bad weather. It is also waterproof, fire resistant, and offers superior performance as well as longevity being one of our preferred materials to work with.

You should seriously consider a rubber roof because they are long-lasting and offer many benefits that you might otherwise overlook if this was just another item on the list

Rubber Roof Types we work with:

Rubberized roofing comes in 2 forms: rolls used for flat roofs and rubber shingles that are used for residential properties. The rubber shingles come in many colors and designs and can mimic any appearance of shingles.

If you're looking to install or replace a rubber roof, check out the roofing options we install rubber shingles, rolled rubber roofing, EPDM roofing, TPO roofing, PVC roofing

EPDM Rubber

EPDM is one of those rubber roofs that stands out from all other options because it’s been around for such a long time and has proven to be resilient through many tests.

EPDM offers numerous benefits including lower cost, which makes this material so appealing when you consider how much money could potentially go into replacing your current roof with something new in just 10 years or less.

EPDM is a natural black rubber that absorbs the sun's rays. Because it can't reflect heat as well as lighter colored fabrics, this material provides lesser protection from the heat. As a result, EPDM roofs are often ordered in greyish or whites at an extra cost to compensate for the lack of color reflection and provide more light insulation against UV radiation, which leads to further solar energy loss over time.

TPO roofing

TPO is a versatile type of roofing material that can withstand many types of damage. It’s environmentally friendly, containing fewer chemicals than other materials, and being UV resistant means it will help to save on cooling costs in the summertime. TPO has also been shown not only to be recyclable but 100% reusable as well!

TPO roofing is a type of hot air welding that protects against leaks and other damages while being aesthetically pleasing. TPO roofs are often white, but they can be made in whatever color you like, such as grey or black, to match your home's aesthetic.

TPO is a recently introduced rubber roofing material. As the invention of TPO was in the 1990s, it has not been used as long as other materials that are now considered traditional products like asphalt and tar roofs. One downside to this type of product however can be inconsistent formulas from different manufacturers which still lead to confusion about what formula will work best for you or your customer's needs

PVC roofing

PVC roofing is far more malleable over TPO, making it far less prone to building settlement. It has been in use for more than 50 years as a tried-and-true product, and contractors are well-versed in its installation. In addition, PVC roofs are easier for people looking for PVC roofing specialists on that type of work since there's an abundance who specialize exclusively in PVC installation projects.

PVC is an excellent material for use in your home because it can help you save money on your energy bills, during those hot summer months. PVC and TPO are both energy efficient, but since they have different qualities you should consider which one will work best for your needs before making a decision.

Because PVC membrane roof includes chlorine, it is far less eco friendly than TPO and EPDM rubber roofing. Chemicals in PVC cause the material to break down more quickly than TPE or EPDM, which are not made with chemicals like chloride that release hydrochloric acid when burned.

Our Roofing Professional Provide the Following Rubberized Roofing Services:

Rubber roof installation

– EPDM Roof Installation

– TPO Roof Installation

– PVC Roof Installation

Rubber roof replacement

– EPDM Roof Replacement

– TPO Roof Replacement

– PVC Roof Replacement

– EPDM Roof Restoration

– TPO Roof Restoration

– PVC Roof Restoration

Rubber roofing installation is a quick and easy process that saves you money, energy, time, maintenance costs.

Rubberized roofing is much easier to install than asphalt or slate roofs, and it can be done with a single seamless roll. It rarely leaks because there are no seams for water to flow through–and when it does leak, the rubber material has an amazing ability to seal itself up! Shingles take more time; they need nails like traditional shingles do and cost more too. Rubber roofs need to be installed after the current roofing is stripped down to the plywood base.

The roof needs to be cleaned from debris and dirt before applying the adhesive and the roll. Rubber roofing can also be applied on old shingle roofing but a layer of foam insulation needs to be applied before applying the new rubber roof. While installing a new rubberized roof over an existing one can save you time and money, it can also void your warranty because the manufacturer will not recognize it.

Rubberized roofing can be applied to flat and low slope roofs where shingle roofs are not the best option, on top of shingle roofs as a way to extend the life of the existing roof structure or on top of metal roofs to cover the rust, leak, or damage of the metal roof.

Rubber roof repair

– EPDM Roof Repair

– TPO Roof Repair

– PVC Roof Repair

– Commercial EPDM Roof Repair

Rubber Roof Leak Repairs

- EPDM Leak Detection

– TPO Leak Detention

– PVC Leak Detention

- EPDM Leak Repairs

– TPO Leak Repair

– PVC Leak Repair

What if your rubber roof starts to get a little old and battered? If you start seeing ponding water, shrinking membranes or uplifting ones, improper drainage systems that could be trapping moisture – then it's time for some professional help. A few other reasons are roof damaged by UV rays or dirt accumulation, bubbles, and cracks. These all need a professional roofing contractors attention.

Rubber roof maintenance

- EPDM Roofing Inspections & Estimates

-  Commercial Rubber Roofing Inspections

Rubber roofs are a popular choice for homeowners because they offer an attractive looking roof, but the upkeep is important to keep it in top condition.

Regular inspection.

If possible, check the slope rubberized roof from the ground on a regular basis. Climbing up onto a ladder and inspecting it for any debris or damage that may be there is critical; this will undoubtedly help prevent future issues! Check your roof for any signs of lifting and peeling. Keep an eye out for places surrounding flashings, vents, or other fixtures that may have deteriorated with time! If you feel unsafe climbing up on your sloped rubber roof, never hesitate to contact a professional for assistance or guidance in making sure that it's safe and sound!

Gentle cleaning.

It's vital to clean the flat rooftop of your building and remove all the leaves that have accumulated. If leaves and other debris piles on your flat rubber roof, moss will eventually grow. Use an old broom handle with a soft bristled brush, gently brushing off any debris you can find on top of your roof from as high up as possible down towards the ground. If anything is still stubborn, use some soap and water mixed together using something like a wet mop or other scrubbing material for those tougher spots around edges or corners!

Gutter care.

It’s important for your roofing maintenance to make sure your gutters are kept clean and working. Make sure the gutter is clear of debris and that there are no leaks or damage. If the gutter requires repairs, contact Advanced Roofing and Remodeling.

Professional maintenance.

If you notice any level of damage to the rubber roofing or if it has been impacted by large tree limbs, call a professional for an inspection immediately.

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