Don’t Replace, Restore Your EPDM Roof
Across the country, millions of square feet of aging black EPDM roofs leak due to UV damage and wear. Does this sound like your roof? It doesn’t have to! Moser Roofing Solutions, LLC can restore your roof by applying a durable roofing membrane directly on top of your old, black rubber roofs.
What is EPDM Roofing?
EPDM – short for ethylene propylene diene terpolymer – is a synthetic rubber roofing material that’s popular for flat and low-slope commercial roofs. EPDM rubber roofing was a popular choice in the 1970s as an affordable, easy to install roofing material. As these roofs age, they are becoming prone to failure due to wear and UV damage.
Restoring an EPDM Roof
If your EPDM roof is reaching its end of life, don’t replace it; restore it! At Moser Roofing, we provide EPMD roof restoration that is quicker, more affordable, and more environmentally friendly than replacing your roof.
During a roof restoration, our team will inspect your current EPDM roof to ensure that there are no leaks or damage to be concerned about. If we do find issues, we will make the necessary repairs. Once the roof is in good condition, we will apply an energy-efficient membrane directly to the existing black rubber surface. This coating will reflect sunlight, keeping your roof cooler and lowering your building’s energy costs.
Benefits of EPDM Roof Restoration
- Save on labor costs
- You may avoid tear-off and disposal of the existing roofing material, as long as current roof is structurally sound
- With our system, you simply clean and prime the surface, reinforce seams and apply a top coat
- Easily renewable
- Decades of protection and impressive energy savings result from your new roof
- Non pro-rated material warranties are available
A roof restoration coating extends the life of your flat or low-slope roof for a decade or more.
“Josh and his team provided a quality product for a fair price. They came and went on a timely basis and cleaned up after themselves. I know our building is cooler because of the new roof and the A/C runs less. Thank you, gentlemen.”
Lancaster Honda (Google Review)
Is My Roof a Good Candidate for Restoration?
Here’s how to tell if your roof is able to be restored:
- Roof is nearing its life expectancy
- Roof is structurally sound, with no underlying issues
- Roof may be leaking or need other repairs
The best way to determine if you can restore your roof is with a free on-site inspection. We take detailed shots of every square inch of your roof, documenting leaks and areas of concern, and evaluate the right steps for restoring your roof – all for free. Schedule an inspection today.