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EPDM roofing, which is ethylene propylene diene monomer, also known as “rubber roofing” is a synthetic rubber roofing membrane. This is a popular roofing material often chosen for low slope roofs, commercial buildings, and flat roofs. EPDM roofs are extremely durable because of its rubber complex. Unlike other flat roof options, a rubber roof doesn’t need to be torched or require asphalt.
Bowers Rubber Roof Repair
If your rubber roof gets damaged, you may need to call in a professional Bowers roofing contractor to help fix your EPDM roof.
There’s a few reasons that your rubber roof may be damaged, such as if it begins ponding water, membranes begin shrinking or uplifting, you have improper drainage systems on your rubber roof, moisture is getting trapped, dirt accumulating, aging of your roof, damage from UV rays, or bubbles and cracks.
Why Bowers Building Owners Trust EPDM Roofing
There are additional benefits beyond rubber roofing’s ease of installation and long-term durability.
Life Cycle: A properly care for and maintained EPDM roof can last up to 30 years or longer.
Maintenance: A rubber roof is typically easier to care for, and more hands off without needing surface treatments regularly.
Withstands the Elements: Rubber roofs hold up remarkably well to storm activity such as hail, wind, rain, uv rays, and extreme temperature fluctuations.
Affordability: Many commercial building owners turn to a rubber roof because of its low price point. An EPDM roof generally will cost less than a TPO or PVC replacement, not only in materials but labor as well.
Eco-Friendly: Rubber roofs are considered to be a “green” roofing option because they have longer lifecycles, the thickness retains building warmth in the winter and reflects sun’s heat in the summer, and the majority of the material is recyclable.
EPDM roofs are truly an extremely sturdy and practical option for many Bowers building owners. One of the concerns with EPDM roofs is their ability to be punctured.
Delaware EPDM Rubber Roofing Services
You can count on our expert Bowers rubber roofing professionals to assist with:
- EPDM Roof Repair
- EPDM Roof Replacement
- EPDM Roofing Inspections & Estimates
- EPDM Leak Detection
- EPDM Leak Repairs
- EPDM Roof Restoration
- Commercial EPDM Roof Repair
- Rubber Roofing Repair
- Rubber Roof Replacement
- Rubber Roof Leak Repairs
- Commercial Rubber Roofing Inspections
Bowers (commonly known as Bowers Beach) is a town in Kent County, Delaware, United States. It is part of the Dover, Delaware Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the 2010 Census, the population of the city is 335.
Bowers Beach was originally settled in the late 1600s and was named Whitwell’s Delight by Francis Whitwell. The land was acquired by William Frampton in 1685 and was called Dover Peers. After Frampton died, the land was sold to William Bassett. Eventually, 420 acres of Whitwell’s Delight belonged to Nathaniel and Mary Hunn. After Nathaniel Hunn died in 1734, his children sold the land to John Bowers and the land along the Delaware Bay between the St. Jones River and Murderkill River became known as Bowers Beach starting on August 16, 1734. The land later belonged to John Bowers’ son and then his granddaughter, with the latter being the last person in the Bowers family to own the land. Part of the land was acquired by John Booth in 1750, who sold it later in the year to Benjamin Chew. By the 1800s, the properties in Bowers Beach were owned by Joseph Wood. The properties were later sold to multiple owners. On March 9, 1907, Bowers was incorporated. In 1962, the settlement was reincorporated as the Town of Bowers.