Benefits of EPDM Rubber Over Your Roof's Shingles

By Horch Roofing | Jul 30, 2014

EPDM is a rubber membrane material used for flat roof applications, including porches and low pitch dormers. As recent Maine winters have demonstrated, snow and ice buildup can wreak havoc on low pitch roofs with asphalt shingles, even when ice and water shield underlayment products are installed. Low roof pitch keeps snow and ice trapped, causing ice dams. Horch Roofing recommends EPDM rubber application below a 3/12 pitch. By installing EPDM rubber roofing you won’t have to worry about leaks or damages to your low pitch roof again.

To learn more about how EPDM rubber can benefit your home, call Horch Roofing at 273-1111.  We would be happy to go over your options with you.

 

Horch Roofing is Midcoast Maine’s largest and most experienced roofing contractors.  Horch Roofing has been roofing Maine homes from Brunswick to Belfast since 2002, and continues to offer the best-quality roofing job to customers.  For more information, visit their website at http://www.horchroofing.com, and their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/HorchRoofing or call them at (207)-273-1111.

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