Typical Failure on Metal Roofs

Typical Failure on Metal Roofs

Rubber Roofing

Steel Roofs

  • Rust
  • Vertical Cracks
  • Blistering
  • Roof Bolts
  • Rust on Ridge Cap
  • Blistering
  • Unkeyed Brush marks

A Typical roof is painted with three coats of roof paint. Whereas an Eco Rubber Roof is applied at 1mm thick continuously pumped at extremely high pressure, the equivalent of nine standard layers. It sticks, is elastic and is UV resistant! Available in various colours.

Typical Failure on Metal Roofs

Rubber Roofing

Our business is an Eco-Friendly and versatile enterprise that provides an innovative and safe solution to your roof leaking problems, all across the Overberg. Not only do we fix your roofs, but we also paint them. We deliver quality assurance through our expertise, the Eco-Rubber product and a 5-yea...

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