Shed Rubber Roof Kit - SkyGuard®
Sizes stated are of the actual membrane so your roof size needs to be slightly smaller
SkyGuard® Shed Rubber Roof Kit
The SkyGuard EPDM rubber roof kit is a modern and attractive alternative to traditional felt. Supplied in one sheet the roofing system is easy to install and is perfect for sheds and outbuildings. With very low maintenance involved the shed rubber roof is very long-lasting and has a life expectancy of over 50 years.
Install the SkyGuard EPDM rubber roof kit on your shed or outbuilding and have no more problems with leaks! Unlike other traditional roofing materials, the EPDM membrane is completely UV stable and will not tear or blister. The membrane is fully bonded to your shed or outbuilding roof deck and remains flexible for its entire life.
Easy & Quick Installation
The Skyguard rubber roof kit is super easy and quick to install. Designed with the homeowner or novice DIYer in mind, the shed roof kit is supplied in one sheet, making the process of installation simple and easy to do.
The SKYGUARD® EPDM roof system will protect your home sheds, outbuildings, log cabins, garden studios and summer houses for their entire lifespan.
- 50+ Year Life Expectancy
- Will Not Tear, Split or Crack
- Rapid Fitting Times
- Clean and Easy To Install
- Lightweight Materials
- Supplied in One-Piece
- Maintenance Free
- Attractive Finish
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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.
Yes, EPDM Membranes require the substrate to be dry prior to installation. This is so the the adhesive & primers can effectively bond the rubber to roof deck. EPDM products will not adhere to wet or damp surfaces. Trapped moisture may vaporize and negatively affect the performance of the membranes.
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.