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When you’re looking for a flat roof system built to last, CCS Builders & Joiners recommend Firestone Flat Rubber EPDM Roofing systems.
Firestone Flat Rubber EPDM Roofing Preston

Firestone Flat Roof Installation by Local Certified Experts

As experienced roofers, joiners and builders, we’ve seen many flat roofing systems over the years – from traditional felt roofing, to more recently GRP and Firestone rubber roofing.

At CCS we not only have the experience and skills necessary to advise our customers on the best solution for them, we also carry the necessary certifications to install them all.

Firestone RubberCover™ EPDM Roofing Systems are designed and tested to last for up to 50 years – that’s up to 10 times longer than a traditional felt roof! The reason is all in the material!

Using similar materials to car tyres Firestone RubberCover™ EPDM rubber membranes offer a watertight and durable roofing solution offering extended life expectancy and added peace of mind for any residential flat roof.

Where are Firestone Flat Roofing Systems Suitable?

The Firestone RubberCover™ EPDM Roofing System is the ideal, durable solution for residential flat roofs – including extensions, verandas, dormers, porches, garages, carports, garden sheds and balconies – installed by certified CCS Builders & Joiners, reliably trained by Firestone themselves.

Benefits of Firestone Flat Roofing Systems

• Superior durability
• Seamless sheets in 1 piece
• Very low life-cycle cost
• Flame-free and easy installation
• Little or no maintenance
• High flexibility and elongation
• Life expectancy up to 50 years
• 30 years guarantee
• Environmentally friendly
• Over 1,000,000,000m2 of references
• Recovery of rainwater
• Fire resistance
• Direct from a world leader in rubber technology

For more information, expert advice, or to arrange a no obligation roofing quote call us on 01772 683720 or 07746 135 583
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