EPDM Roof Services

Rubber roofing materialIf you’re interested in rubber roofing for your commercial building, we suggest you look into our EPDM roof services. EPDM roofs are made from elastomeric polymer synthesized from ethylene, propylene and a small amount of diene monomer, compounded with carbon black, processing oils and various cross-linking and stabilizing agents. At Conner Roofing, we provide EPDM roof installation and repair for commercial buildings in St. Louis. The innovation of seam tapes in the 80’s resulted in greater productivity from the contractor and better results from the roofing system itself. There are three ways to go when installing EPDM roof systems that are available to you: Ballasted, Mechanically attached, and fully adhered systems. At Conner Roofing, our team of professionals are more than capable of handling your commercial roofing system installation of the EPDM product.

EPDM Roof Installation

As mentioned above, there are three ways to install EPDM roofs. The ballasted system, is the workhorse of the three. This process is a low-cost service used for 35% of all EPDM installations and primarily is used for large new roofing projects, but can be used also on roof replacement if the existing structure can withstand the additional weight. The mechanically attached installation process uses large panels and attaches through the membrane. This system is lighter and can be used for all commercial building sizes and configurations. Lastly, the fully adhered system, also a light weight process, uses panels measuring up to 30 feet by 100 feet that has been manually attached, using mechanical fasteners, stress plates or adhesive to complete the installation process. No matter the type, our experts at Conner Roofing are determined to give you the highest quality service available and are Certain Teed Certified as well as Owens Corning Certified. 

EPDM Roof Costs

Even though installation costs vary from system to system, and building to building, we guarantee that EPDM roofing systems offer a pleasing economic value in the low-slope commercial roofing industry. Minimal repair and maintenance, if any, contribute to the long run low-cost value of the EPDM systems. The ballasted EPDM system is considered to be the cheapest form of EPDM roofing.

If you’re interested in the installation process of EPDM roofing, please call us today to set up an appointment. At Conner Roofing, we are your best option for high quality services in EPDM roof installation and repair in St. Louis.