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Waterbrothers and Carlisle EPDM for long-term waterproofing solutions.

Roofing conditions in Africa require that we use systems that can withstand a lot.With is superior UV and hail resistance, Carlisle EPDM can take whatever the African climate throws at it. There are many other products on the market and we have experience in removing all of them and installing Carlisle EPDM in their place.

For complete peace of mind and support Waterbrothers and Carlisle EPDM is here for you to secure and protect your investment.

The 3 EPDM Roofing Waterproofing Systems

Adhered EPDM Roofing System

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The EPDM is adhered directly to the substrate using a bonding adhesive that is specifically formulated to bond the single-ply membrane to just about any surface.

With 50+ years of real-world testing, there is no other product that can protect your home like Carlisle EPDM.Unlike our competitors with membranes of only 1.2m – 2m wide, our large 9m x 30m panels can waterproof many homes with zero or very few seams. Fewer seams = fewer pooling areas = longer lifespan = no leaks.

Inverted EPDM Roofing System

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This is the preferred roofing system especially designed for high-traffic roofs.

It consists of a layer of loose laid single-ply EPDM with a insulation board covered by a geotextile and then a ballast added to hold the whole system down. This system is quick to install and can be retro fitted to existing buildings that can accommodate the load.

The inverted system makes the building super energy efficient in both hot and cold climates.

Ballasted EPDM Roofing System

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Because of its fast installation and insulation properties, ballasted systems are an extremely economical choice.

The EPDM membrane is loose laid on the substrate with a geotextile for added protection, and then a ballast consisting of stone or pavers is used to hold the membrane in place.

The ballast helps to shield the membrane from the elements, thus extending the life of the membrane.