EPDM Porch Roof Kits

Flat Roof Kits for porches where the long edge has a gutter and the other long edge a wall flashing adjoining the house wall.

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EPDM Porch Roof Kits

These ClassicBond EPDM Porch Roof Kits are designed for structures where the gutter is along the front edge (Width) and the back edge adjoins a house wall. Kerb Edge trims are provided for the two remaining sides (Depth). The kits are easy to install, look great and have a life expectancy of up to 50 years! EPDM rubber membranes are UV, Ozone and Infrared stable so they will not crack, blister or peel.

We have put together these Porch Roof Kits to include the 1.2mm One-Piece EPDM rubber membrane, adhesives, edging trims and tools required to complete this DIY project.

Included in Kit:

  • 1.2mm ClassicBond EPDM Membrane (Size per roof kit chosen) 
  • Water-Based Adhesive  to adhere Membrane to the roof deck
  • Contact adhesive to adhere Perimeter of the roof deck to Membrane
  • Sure Edge Gutter for the front edge
  • Sure Edge Kerb for both side edges
  • Sure Edge Corner for both front corners
  • Wall trim to act as flashing against your house wall
  • External corner Patches & Primer for both back corners where the roof meets the house wall
  • Tools required for DIY Installation (Rollers, Scissors & Paint Brush)
  • All Pins and Clips to go with Trims

WE CAN TAILOR THE KIT TO SUIT YOUR ROOF - CALL 0800 313 4486 TO DISCUSS 

The Membrane size will be the same as the kit size. Therefore your roof size will need to be smaller to allow for edge overlaps. e.g. 6metre x 3metre roof kit will fit a roof that is no larger than 5.7metres x 2.7metres.

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PRK

Stock Type

Warehouse Fulfilled

Brand Name

ClassicBond

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What is The Life Expectancy of EPDM Rubber Roofs?

EPDM Rubber roofs have a 50 year life expectancy.

EPDM has been in commercial use since the 1960s. And many of those roofs are still around today. 

Will My EPDM Membrane Have A Join?

All membranes do have manufactures joins as supplied to us. Depending on the spacing of the joins and the size of the piece being cut off the roll sometimes there is no manufacturers join in the membrane.

All EPDM membranes whether it is Firestone, ClassicBond or SKYGUARD have these joins and they are unavoidable, however, the big advantage is that it is supplied to you in one piece as our website states which means you don't have to do any onsite joins where workmanship could be a factor.

Does It Have To Be Dry For EPDM Roofing To Be Laid?

EPDM membranes require the substrate to be dry prior to installation so that the adhesive & primers can effectively bond the rubber to the roof deck. EPDM products will not adhere to wet or damp surfaces. It is important to bear in mind that trapped moisture within the deck may vaporize and negatively affect the performance of the membrane. 


If you would like more tips on when to install your EPDM roofing check out the video below.

How should I store my rubber roof kit?

How Difficult is it to Install a Rubber Roof on a Garden Building?

For the most part each section of the installation is easy, Gluing the membrane down with both adhesives is very straightforward and securing the trims and clips to the perimeter is as well. Watch our video for a detailed step by step breakdown so you can follow along!

Which Timber Boards Should I Use For My New Rubber Roof?

Choosing the right boards for your job can be daunting with many different options available to use for flat roof decking, however some are much more highly recommended than others, in our video below, Sam covers the key differences between the most commonly used boards, OSB3 and S-Grade Plywood.

How Long Does It Take To Install A ClassicBond Roof?

Generally, installing a ClassicBond roof can be a very quick job if you have basic knowledge about the preparation and the correct steps to take.

Some factors will affect the installation time such as the current substrate, size and type of roof; along with if there is any detail work required such as skylights.

Our friends over at RoofScout have made a great video showing you exactly how long it takes to install ClassicBond on a freestanding, timber-boarded log cabin.

For Sam, it took him just under a 1hour and 30minutes. He did install this roof alone and installed edge trims which make a difference to the installation time.

Check out RoofScout's video below.

How Thick are ClassicBond Roofing Membranes?

ClassicBond Roof membranes are available in two thicknesses. The Standard membrane is 1.2mm thick and the Premium membranes is 1.5mm 

Can a ClassicBond EPDM Rubber Membrane be laid over an existing roof covering

EPDM membranes can be installed onto a veriety of surfaces. For best results we recommend that the membrane be laid onto new Timber sheets (OSB3). This fresh new deck can however be laid stright over your existing roof covering without the need to strip the old roof . 

Is Classicbond EPDM BBA Certified?

Yes. ClassicBond EPDM holds the British Board of Agrément certificate, No. 11/4853, issued to Flex-R Ltd. The BBA carries out assessment, testing, approval and certification of products and systems for the construction industry against national requirements, internationally recognized standards or other relevant technical specifications, reviewed and reissued every 3 years.

Fire Ratings

The ClassicBond system is also fire rated, the 1.2mm EPDM has a fire rating of EXT.F.AB and the 1.5mm EPDM membrane is fire rated to EXT.F.AA. Fire rating is carried out on a variety of deck surfaces and it is important to seek the certificate that relates most accurately to your roof structure.

What Temperatures Can A Rubber Roof Be Installed In?

We recommentd a minimum tempereture of 5 degrees C for EPDM installation. This is due the the WBA adhesive being water based and lower temperetures may cause the adhesive to freeze over and fail. 

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