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Friday, April 25, 2008

Roof Repairs - EPDM

If your roof is exposed to the weather all year round. This exposure causes your roof materials to deteriorate. In general, inorganic roofing materials tend to deteriorate less rapidly from exposure than organic roofing materials. All types of roofing materials may be damaged by wind. Excessive or in some cases even minimal debris build up are common causes of roof leaks.
The EPDM Roof Coatings has extensive ability in repairing all types of roofs, including metal roofs, concrete roofs, flat roofs, rubber roofs, builtups, modified bitumen, EPDM or Single Ply. EPDM has many features which let roof not to crack .
EPDM coatings' high resistance to wind damage has also proven to be an increasingly desirable attribute. Architects, roof consultants and contractors have come to depend on EPDM's time tested, long-term performance for roof leaks repair.

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Friday, April 4, 2008

Multiple Coats of Liquid Rubber EPDM

For roofs and other non-immersion applications, one coat of 20 mils dft of Liquid Rubber EPDM is adequate, however should for some reason, you require more than 20 mils thickness, you may apply multiple coats of 20 mils dft. to build up thicker membrane and for extra protection.
For multiple coats, apply the first coat as described above and allow to partially cure after approximately 12 to 18 hours in 70 deg. F. Apply a second coat (within this 12 to 18 hour window), again, using a spreading rate of 40 sq.ft. a gallon, as applied in the first coat. On curing this will form a thicker, stronger, and more homogeneous, bond between the first and second layers.
Repeat this process for subsequent multiple coats.
You will also be able to coat over cured existing Liquid Rubber EPDM, years after the first application. Clean and dry the surface as described above under Surface Preparations. No primers are necessary when re coating over Liquid Rubber EPDM.

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