Vulcanized Rubber Roofing

Vulcanized Rubber is Bonded and Heat Sealed to Give Incredible Leak and Puncture Protection.

Are you looking for an exceptionally strong single-ply roof solution? You might have heard about vulcanized roofing membranes, more commonly referred to as thermoset membranes. In order to prevent leaking, thermoplastic membranes such as PVC and TPO have heat-welded seams. EPDM vulcanized roof systems alternatively are bonded as well as sealed before they are applied (which makes them very effective against leaking). At ProCraft Exteriors, we’re happy to provide our clients with professional installation of vulcanized rubber roofing in Chesterfield and St. Louis, MO, as well as a selection of other thermoset roofing membranes!

What Makes Vulcanized Rubber Roofing Special?

There are different kinds of roofing membranes. Vulcanized rubber roofs fall into the thermoset membrane category. The surface is especially chemically resistant thanks to the cross-linked polymers that build up the membrane. Surfaces with those properties are incapable of adhering to certain chemicals. Because of this, a specific roof coating is required when restoring EPDM vulcanized rubber roof solutions. At ProCraft Exteriors, we can provide you with professional vulcanized rubber roof restoration, along with restoration of other kinds of thermoset membranes. Other thermoset membranes you can find in the industry are neoprene, chlorosulfonated polyethylene, epichlorohydrin, and polyisobutylene.

Why Choose Vulcanized Rubber Roofing?

If you need a roof that can stand up to all kinds of weather conditions, and will last for decades, you can’t go wrong with an EPDM vulcanized rubber roof system. Vulcanized rubber roofing can efficiently defend your building from UV damages, water damages, punctures, and more. This longevity is a primary factor that makes EPDM one of the preferred commercial roofing materials on the market.

Businesses looking to install a vulcanized roof for their building need to ensure the process is completed by experienced professionals. Hastily bonded and improperly sealed membrane by amateurs can leave your business exposed to expensive water damages (including ruined insulation, wood rot, mold, and more). Trust the professionals at ProCraft Exteriors to ensure your vulcanized roofing is carefully crafted for effective protection.

Contact our crew at (314) 786-3732 to discover more about our dependable vulcanized rubber roofing in Chesterfield and St. Louis, MO and the surrounding areas. Our team can help you with any and all of your single ply membrane needs.