What Is Liquid Rubber EPDM Roof Coating?

If you own an RV or a business with a low-sloping roof, then the odds are that you probably already know what EPDM is. But, if you’re not in the know, then EPDM stands for Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer, and it is a roofing material that is incredibly durable, long-lasting and environmentally friendly. If you were around when the EPDM roofing system was installed, then you know that EPDM roofing is applied in sheets that range in width up to 50 feet. There’s nothing liquid about them. So just what on God’s green earth is liquid rubber EPDM roof coating? Great question.

Liquid Rubber is the Liquid Version of EPDM

Seems rather obvious doesn’t it? But, liquid rubber is just that – it’s made out the exact same chemicals that your EPDM roofing system is. That means that as a roof coating, it has all of the same great properties that EPDM does.

  • Liquid rubber is water and weather resistant, which means that after it has had a chance to cure, it will last you for a very long time.
  • Also, liquid rubber is UV light resistant. Much like EPDM roofing, this means that liquid roof can save you a great deal on your energy bill, especially in the summer months when sun rays can cook your building or RV.
  • Much like EPDM roofing, liquid rubber is environmentally friendly. Rain water that comes into contact with a liquid rubber application does not have any dangerous chemicals imparted to it.
  • Finally, and perhaps most importantly, liquid rubber is incredibly long-lasting. This means that once you’ve made a liquid rubber application, you won’t have to worry about making further repairs to your roof for several years to come.

As you can see, there are a great many benefits to using liquid rubber for your roofing needs.

How Do I Make a Liquid Rubber Application?

Of course, you can always get the assistance of a licensed contractor. However, you’ll find that making an application of liquid rubber to your roof is an incredibly simple process that can typically be completed within the space of an afternoon – provided, of course, that the roof in question is not enormous.

Once you’ve gotten all the necessary materials (the liquid rubber, an EPDM roller, and cleaning materials), you’ll just have to wait for a day when it’s comfortable to work outside. Once this day arrives, you’ll want to start by taking the time to clean the surface that you’ll be making the liquid rubber application to. After that, you can then apply the liquid rubber to your roof by using the EPDM roller. Make sure that as you do so, you’re making the liquid rubber application as smoothly as possible. Once the liquid rubber has been applied, you will only need to wait for it to cure. This typically takes place in a span of about 24 hours. And, just like that, you’ve made use of long-lasting liquid rubber to meet your roofing needs.

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