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ClassicBond® EPDM roofing membranes are strong, lightweight and last in excess of 50 years. Complete flame free installations mean fittings are quick and easy.
These professional-grade membranes are all BBA approved.
Choosing ClassicBond® 1.50mm as a flat roofing solution on commercial roofs will save you time and money due to its maintenance-free properties and ability to withhold in extreme weather conditions and added puncture resistance.
The 1.50mm membrane application is cut to the size of the roof, trimmed and finished with the right drip, kerb edge and up-stand trims.
We offer a 20 year contractor warranty on ClassicBond® rubber roofing membranes for sheds, garages and flat roof extensions.
Manufacturer: ClassicBond® Thickness: 1.50mm Weight: 2kg per metre sq Weight: 1ltr Life expectancy: 50+ years UV exposure: pass Resistance to Ozone: pass
ClassicBond® EPDM membrane is available in two thicknesses; standard (1.20mm) and commercial thickness (1.52mm). ClassicBond® membranes are 14% thicker than competitors.
Can I walk on my flat roof membrane?
EPDM membrane is only suitable for light foot traffic, i.e. during installation, cleaning and maintenance. Additional materials can be placed underneath to withstand a balcony.
Do I need any specialist tools?
You won't need things such as a flame thrower as EPDM membrane is completely flame free. The only things you will need are: roller set, deck adhesive, bonding adhesive and a brush.
Can I install EPDM on a low pitched roof?
EPDM membrane can be installed on low pitched roofs as a way of preventing leaks. Rubber roofing is suitable on all flat and low pitched roofs.
Do weather conditions have to be dry to install ClassicBond®?
The surface must be dry before installation. This will allow the adhesives to properly bond to support the membrane and will not adhere to wet or damp surfaces and can affect the performance.
Is ClassicBond® certified?
ClassicBond® is BBA certified. Regulation number is 11/4853. More information here.