EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) Roofing Contractor
And that gives you a competitive edge. Just take a look at our high-performance EPDM.The GenFlex EPDM single-ply membrane is tough, standing up to tears, impacts, punctures and normal roof traffic. It’s durable, offering excellent resistance to ozone and ultraviolet light exposure. And it’s reliable, maintaining elasticity and flexibility that lasts. So let’s roll.
GenFlex Roofing Systems feature four single-ply EPDM membranes:
- EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) – an elastomeric membrane ideal for commercial roofing applications.
- AFR EPDM – a fire retardant EPDM membrane that can be installed over a variety of substrates.
- FRM EPDM – an EPDM membrane reinforced with tough polyester fabric for superior tensile strength and performance.
- FlexWhite EPDM – a white-on-black EPDM membrane that combines the benefits of a highly reflective white-surfaced membrane with the proven application techniques of a flexible EPDM roofing system.
GenFlex EPDM is ideal for either new roofs or for roofing over a variety of common roof deck types and insulation materials.
GenFlex EPDM systems have a performance history of over 20 years and can be warranted for up to 20 years depending on the system design. Our EPDM meets all the requirements of the EPDM ASTM Standard D4637, making it a solid and versatile choice for your roofing applications.
Benefits of Genflex EPDM Roofing
Genflex EPDM gives you a competitive edge. The GenFlex EPDM single-ply membrane is tough because it stands up to tears, impacts, punctures and normal roof traffic. It’s durable, offering excellent resistance to ozone and ultraviolet light exposure. And it’s reliable, maintaining elasticity and flexibility that lasts. In tech-speak, GenFlex EPDM meets all the requirements of the standard specification for EPDM, ASTM Standard D4637, making it a solid and versatile choice for your roofing applications.
Options for EPDM Genflex Roofing
Suitable for new construction or reroofing jobs, GenFlex EPDM membranes can be installed fully adhered, mechanically attached or ballasted.
Fully Adhered systems are ideal for roofs with unusual or odd-shaped contours, or where mechanical penetration of the membrane is not desirable, while providing exceptional wind performance and longevity. Once positioned over the substrate, the back of the membrane and the substrate are coated with GenFlex bonding adhesive, allowed to dry, carefully rolled back into position and broomed into place.
Ballasted systems are perfect for installations where speed and economy are prime considerations, and the substrate is capable of supporting the system’s dead load. Slope must not exceed 2″ (50.8 mm). Insulation and membrane are loose-laid with the membrane fastened only at the perimeter.
Recommended ballast is smooth, water-worn rocks.
Genflex Roofing Contractor Expert
Culver Roofing Company is a Genflex roofing expert for commercial Genflex roofing, industrial Genflex roofing, and residential flat roof Genflex roofing. With over 35 years of experience in commercial roofing experience, there is no Genflex roofing job too big or too small.