Archive for the ‘testimonials’ Category

Rick M.

Posted on: September 22nd, 2017 by Kellie

The epdm rubber roof was easy to work with. I am very pleased after having a leaky roof that will be good for many years to come. Roof had mold on it so we first killed the mold with Clorox and water and scrubbed I down and then cleaned the roof with Dawn dish detergent.
Attached are the before and after pictures.

Thanks
Rick M.

Staff at EPDM Coatings,

Posted on: September 1st, 2017 by Kellie

My 29, RV had a couple leaks, at the front where the aluminum and rubber roof came together under a molding, and under the radio antenna. I purchased the 5 gallon bucket. I mixed as directed, then poured mixed product into another clean bucket, scraped it clean, and mixed a few more minutes. After preparation, I applied the liquid rubber around all edges and roof fixtures, I poured small amounts out of the bucket onto the roof and distributed with squeegee or roller as needed, until product was gone and the roof was well coated. I have no doubts that my leaks are eliminated. Excellent coverage. It will roll on easier than using a brush. We had 2″ of rain the following day. My troubled area was dry as I knew it would be. The product seems expensive, but considering the cost of a replacement roof and the problems solved, it is well worth it and adds value to your roof. One of the pictures shows the trouble area at the front, which currently has a small pool of water. No leaks!

A few things to consider when using this product.

  • It tends to string when using a brush, squeegee, paint roller, or pouring from the bucket. This is only a concern if you have vehicles parked nearby on a breezy day. The breeze will catch the fine strings and carry them to adjacent surfaces.
  • Have a second back-up broom handle for your roller. I broke the tip off of the first one at the roller, and had to go find another.
  • Wear shoes that can be discarded afterward.
  • WD-40 works well to remove the rubber from skin when finished.
  • If you mask any area, be sure to leave a tab of tape sticking up for easy removal, and do so before rubber begins to skin over.

I am very pleased with the results, and will share my experience.

Thank you!

Kevin Fowler

Hello,

Posted on: July 11th, 2017 by Kellie

My name is Jeremy Berkheimer and I purchased the liquid roof coating earlier this spring. I am attaching the before and after photos of my 38 sandpiper roof. This coating was awesome. It took some real cleaning before hand and a I got a bit of extra exercise spreading it but the finished product seems well worth it. Thanks!

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Hi

Posted on: June 19th, 2017 by Kellie

Please find attached before and after photos for my camper roof. I forgot to snap a pic of the before, so I had already started applying the Proflex primer when I took the picture. You can still see the condition of the roof though!

Also, the after pic was after the newly coated roof endured it’s first rainfall.

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Paul

Posted on: March 28th, 2017 by Kellie

Hi Everyone,
I completed my project and it was much easier than I thought, I wish I had done this years ago, and glad I chose this coating versus the other offerings out there.
I will send you 2 more emails, this is the start of cleaning, next is primer, the third is the coating. Hope they are worth of a gift card.

Thanks

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Fred D.

Posted on: November 28th, 2016 by Kellie

EPDM is amazing. My RV roof was a disaster. I have been battling leaks for a few years now and no other product would stop the leaks or even last more than a few months. Everything else would peel up after awhile. I used the EPDM with the primer. It rained a week later. Zero leaks! The product goes on easy and covers well. No cracks no bubbles. I am very satisfied and would recommend this product to anyone. The are so many products out there and skepticism runs high. Your company and the product did everything it said it would.

Fred D.
Peoria, AZ

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David R. D

Posted on: November 16th, 2016 by Kellie

Just a great product, went on easy and looks great.
Just completed my 35 Bus, cut in the rap around sides and around the ACs and vents.
Spent the hardest time on cleaning and prep. If you are looking for a product to seal your RV stop looking !!!!

David R. D
Lincolnton GA

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Stephen L

Posted on: October 18th, 2016 by Kellie

Let me tell you this stuff if fantastic. I replaced my roof several years ago and white rubber was not available at the supply company, it was out of stock and I had to replace the rubber as I had ripped the old off. The black rubber made it miserable in here.
I did a lot of research looking for a good quality coating that would last and hold up to the elements. I found your product and was convinced, so I ordered and have now applied.
I did not take a full before picture but 1 as I was applying the product. Let me tell you a couple things:

  1. If possible do not park under a tree
  2. Do not apply if the wind is going to pick up
  3. Wear old shoe or shoe covers and gloves

As you can see in the photos, the tree was dropping leaves and acorns. The roller was used for back rolling. the coating sure does show up all the imperfections in the roof. the photo with out all the leaves was taken immediately after completion. the one with leaves was taken after the roof was dry

Stephen L

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Posted on: August 31st, 2016 by Kellie

5000 sq ft concrete roof. Prep work consisted of power wash of roof and preparation of seams as see in “before” picture. Approximately 7 sets of ProFlex primer was used and 28 Pails of Liquid EPDM Rubber. Cost per sq ft approx. $1.66 . Life expectancy is 18-20 before a recoat is needed.

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Kim Stonecipher-Furr

Posted on: May 24th, 2016 by Kellie

Hello Greg,
Here are the photos, three before, during and after per your request:

I will say that your product surpassed our expectations and saved us a huge $7,000 new roof cost. We had no leaks and but were informed during a free roof inspection that we needed a new roof by a local rv establishment. I discovered your website and bought your products just to be on the safe side. We applied the primer as well as the liquid roof. It is definitely something that both genders are able to do as evidenced by the photos of me on the roof. The roof looks great and I feel confident that we have many years of a non leaking roof ahead of us!

Thanks again for your help in the process
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Doug T Nixa, MO

Posted on: May 18th, 2016 by Kellie

I wanted you to know I researched the product before I spent the $500 on primer and roofing material and went ahead and pulled the trigger and bought it. It went on so easily on a Sunday afternoon. It began raining overnight and the forecast is rain all week. I went out to the pop up this a.m. and the rain is just rolling off, even though the roof is still tacky. I am confident with your warranty that event though it is raining that it will cure in time. I love not having to tarp our pop up now since the roof on it was 50% gone from wind that got under it. I love the ease of installation and the look of the new roof.

Thank you so much, and I look forward to doing business with you again.

Gerard J Playa Grande , Mexico

Posted on: May 16th, 2016 by Kellie

Resort Property (Mexico)
Project Overview:

Project involved 7 Buildings of which 6 were typical and one slightly larger. Roofs were approx. 5500 square feet. Total square footage of the project was 50,000. Buildings are 8 years old and due to Existing single ply Torch on failure and substrate failure, all roofs were removed and new concrete poured to accept EPDM product. Proper slopes were incorporated in new roof design including proper drainage and scupper installations. Project is located 30 miles North Of Manzanillo Mexico on the west coast. Units are on the Ocean and subjected to high humidity, sea salt and heavy rains in July to October especially. A six man crew was required as they worked in pairs to complete tasks. AC enclosures and penetrations were started 1 hour before rollers were started. Crews were coordinated to work areas together to keep materials fresh. Pails were mixed as they were required. Total time from start to finish was 4.5 hours. No thinners were used and rollers and applications were performed as per manufacturers instructions.

Note crews were experienced in torch on applications and painting as they are part of our full time maintenance crew during the years. EPDM materials was fairly easy to work with. We adjusted our application based on temperature expectations and humidity forecasts. We started early in the mornings and were usually completed around 11:00 A.M. We mixed the pails as we required them, as we found as the day heated up in Mexico, the application time was allowing us approx. 1 hour before we were noticing tacking.

There was major prep to the buildings and once prep was 100% to our satisfaction, the EPDM was very easy to install.

As I have used other products in the past, I am very impressed with the EPDM product for its apparent quality. The end product is very solid and appears to have strong adhesion. We had minor bubbling , however as gases dissipated the bubbles settled down. I have asked our manager to take pictures of the complex to try to get most of the buildings in one picture.

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Adam C

Posted on: May 12th, 2016 by Kellie

Good morning Guys Adam here from Best Western!

We just wanted to say thank you for these great products. We had been having roof leaks on an EPDM roof which were previously, a very temporarily fixed with FlexSeal. After we applied the primer / liquid rubber solution to these areas the leaks stopped, and the rubber is adhering very well to the existing roof. We’ve also attached before and after pictures for you to use as you wish, as well as for the complimentary $25 AMEX card offer we saw on the receipt.

Thanks again!

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Aaron F Franklin Virginia

Posted on: May 5th, 2016 by Kellie

I work at a paper mill In Franklin Virginia, which at the start was a small lumber mill. In the later part of 1930 it became a paper mill. So a lot of the buildings here are flat roofs. Most have been upgraded to either vinyl or rubber membrane style roofs. As a planner, I have had the option to try various products on repairs to these roofs. To little or no avail have I been very successful till now. Price has never been of much importance to me, However results are vital.

After trying numerous products claiming long lasting results, I found many of your competitors claims untrue. I have read your products specifications, uses, and applications. Seemingly so, I wanted to use EPDM COATINGS a try. I had a small project. A membrane on a high traffic roof. Had sagging issues from standing water. A few small sections where the vinyl/rubber has torn and separated.

With minimal effort, following the specific instructions for the application of the EPDM LIQUID RUBBER was applied. The results, lets just say I placed my second order of EPDM LIQUID RUBBER today. This coating in my own personal opinion is worth the money you spend. I am pleased with the results. This coating is holding up very well on this high traffic roof. Carts roll over the repairs, people walk over the repairs. We just had three days of thunderstorms in a row. Where all the other products I have tried failed. EPDM LIQUID RUBBER has held true to their claims. It really works.

Mark R. Windsor Locks, CT

Posted on: April 25th, 2016 by Kellie

Hi Guys

Your product is the greatest. I love my new roof. Anybody that would come up to me and needs a new roof for their RV it is a no-brainer to go with EPDM coatings. I can not thank you guys enough.

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Mr.Michael L.

Posted on: April 11th, 2016 by Kellie

Hi, Greg,

I just wanted to tell you that you sell the best RV roofing product that I have come across in my 60 years. I also would like to tell you that this beautiful spirited lady represented your company with such positive attitude and pleasant voice made my day.

She replied to both of my phone calls very fast and answered all my questions. She along with your companies “Liquid Roof” product just make me want to tell all my RV friends (and I plan on telling everyone).

Adrian was so nice to me,I called because I bought a 4 gallon pail to coat the EPDM roof on my 5th Wheel RV,I had though that I had a 4-6 hour pot life after mixing–but hear in Arizona I found out that that 4-6 hour is 2-2.5 hours because of the low humidity and warmer outdoor temperature. I ended up only using about 1 gallon before the product became to tacky to spread,so I ended up throwing out about 3 gallons. (my fault). I had called to see if I could save it ,but Adrian was nice and explained that once its gone its gone and it can’t be thinned.

Anyway,. I am still going to use your Great product I will just have to order another 3 gallons. I had a company for over 20 years and I wish I had people like Adrian working for me.She is a terrific person and and a great person representing your company when (Big Dummy’s like me) mess up and call.

Thanks you for taking the time to read my feedback.

Sincerely, Mr.Michael L. Tucson,Arizona

Glenn L. A

Posted on: January 14th, 2016 by Kellie

I ordered the RV Liquid Roof to cover the roof on my 28-foot Class C motorhome. I was not the first owner, the previous owner had done some repairs to the roof but the old sealant used was failing and the roof was starting to leak. I took advantage of a nicer day this winter and cleaned and coated the roof.

Applying it was really easy, I would pour some on the roof, then use a roller to move the coating by building a “wave” ahead of the roller to push the coating into the places I wanted “a little extra” coating, then rolled the rest out from that. To get the edges, I simply rolled the coating to the edge and “just over” onto the edge of the rain cap. A couple of hours of work, and I was done.

What a difference!
Its been cooler here but one thing I have noticed in addition to no leaks from the roof – our furnace is not running as often! Previously it would turn on 3-4 times per hour, now it turns on 2-3 times per hour. Not a huge change but it helps our propane last longer! I would not say that this is a miracle coating, but it comes close!

Thanks!

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Coyote, CA

R. Patel

Posted on: January 26th, 2015 by Kellie

Our roof if now complete. As you know this was a two year project. We have a 25,000 ft roof with numerous other coatings on it. 25% built up with at least 4 coats of elastomeric and 25% metal with a Dicor product that we kept reapplying and the other 50% original metal. We tackled the first two parts using your proflex primer and then the liquid epdm rubber. After two years it passed with flying colors we did the job ourselves so I am sure it took longer than it needed but we were extremely relieved and a little surprised that the roof did not leak the first winter after application. Normally that is when we encounter our leaks due to the expansion and contraction of the metal against the coatings. You sales manager will remember me for sure because I was highly skeptical with yet another product claiming to end all roof leaks and also that yours was not so reasonable. To any customers reading this here is a valuable money lesson I learned; if you need brain surgery find the best doctor you do not want to repeat that operation. This is true for my roof for years we kept spending money on top of money for cheap coatings not to mention my staff time up on the roof. This liquid epdm is not cheap but after my lesson do you really want a CHEAP roof product? I basically spend $1.28 per square foot with this product and over the past 5 years over $5.75 with the other products. Hope this helps those out there with the same situation we were in. Sorry guys I did promise pictures but we can’t seem to find them.

R. Patel

Owner
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Jesse

Posted on: January 23rd, 2015 by Kellie

My initial feedback is that the stuff is excellent. A real money saver for me as the leaking roof on my 1985 Coachman was making the RV nearly unusable. It did thicken a bit faster than I thought, and it hasn’t rained on the roof yet, so my glowing review is only preliminary. So, at this point your product is batting a thousand. My motorhome is 23′ long and +/- 10′ wide, but one gallon nearly covered the entire roof, which was leaking like a head wound. I’ll take a few pics of the uncovered portion and the covered end, then send them to you. The product may have added years of life to a very old RV.

Jesse

Rockford Michigan

Posted on: December 10th, 2014 by Kellie

I put your primer and finish coat on and it is holding up like iron. my trailer roof was a 1974 18 feet long. pealing real bad. I cleaned it and primed it and finished coated it in one day . I am a retired painter best product for the money I have ever used thank you scott

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Rockford Michigan

Stephen L

Posted on: October 1st, 2013 by Kellie

Hi Kellie,

I spoke with Craig about my new roof. He told me to send you these pictures to receive a gift card.

My RV is a 1989 Georgie Boy Cruise Master. The roof was supposedly repaired when I bought it. However the repairman did not do a good job as the roof started lifting up while going down the interstate. After repairing the weak areas the leaks started. The entire front half of the ceiling was destroyed. Last summer I removed all the cabinets, and ceiling, then replaced it along with new insulation and roof trusses. I sealed the entire roof with some elastomeric, a competitors inferior product. I did not know about EPDM Rubber roof and was not told about it by three different RV dealers that I contacted to determine what was the best product to seal the roof. Well the leaks never stopped. Finally I used window screen and lap seal on all seams and around the edges of the entire roof to stop them from separating. This worked very well. Then I found the epdmcoatings.com web site. I have to admit that I was skeptical after everything else I had tried. However I am simply ecstatic and elated with the results. EPDM is actually thicker and more elastic than a new rubber roof membrane. And it goes on so easily. After the cleaning and prep work, the application was almost to easy. I am a full time RVer since 2002. I know and meet multitudes of RV owners and will definitely tell them about the product. I just do not think I could be any more pleased.

Thank you EPDM Coatings

Stephen L
Pensacola, FL 32534
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Lou

Posted on: October 1st, 2013 by Kellie

Thanks for the instructions. I did call the sales staff again for more info on some more questions I had, which I received polite and good answers making the decision to brush your product on B Deck the only option. While it is a task in doing so, even for a 300 square foot area the instruction covered all aspects of the applications including time and texture of product. lol I’m now waiting for full cure to continue to project and wanted to let you know it looks great and will make a great barrier as per design.

Thanks again

NJB Carpentry

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Kennesaw GA

Posted on: October 1st, 2013 by Kellie

Attached photos from applying the primer and black liquid epdm rubber to our residential house. Roof section is L-shaped dog-leg “dog-house” type connection between a circular conical roof section and an L shaped roof. Previous aluminum flashing would only last so long before expansion / contraction of the seams would leak, even though they were nailed down with plastic roof cement between overlaps. Should have used this product a long time ago. Hasn’t rained yet, but I am confident this product is going to be a permanent fix. Thanks for a great product. You can use these photos as desired.

Thank you
John W
Kennesaw GA

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Nahant, Ma

Posted on: October 1st, 2013 by Kellie

My 1998 Overland Lorado motor home has an EPDM roof that is showing its age.

Chalking and small cracks are evident and the roof has had numerous repairs by the previous three owners. I researched roof coatings on the internet and concluded that Liquid Roof was the best product for restoring the roof.

I live in Boston and have trees overhanging my driveway so I decided to apply the Liquid Roof while in Tucson Arizona while staying in a RV resort.

I ordered 8 gallons on Monday and it arrived on Friday, much faster than I expected. I bought the tools at local stores (paint brushes, roller, squeegee, wire brush and cleaning supplies). I found the Instructions and You Tube videos helpful in planning the project. Preparing the roof took about 10 hours (cleaning, brushing, patching with butyl tape and taping edges). Applying Liquid Roof took about 6 hours and most of the time in the mixing and painting the edges using a brush. I found a hand held 12 squeegee worked well in the tights areas of a motor home roof. This was a one man job and can be done by someone with moderate home handyman skills. The roof looks great and I expecting many years of added life with no leaks.

Thanks for your help.

Doug B
Nahant, Ma

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T. Alderman (Coral Springs, FL)

Posted on: May 26th, 2013 by Kellie

We had fixed our roof two years ago with another product or thought we did. Thanks, we are very happy with the results. One day at the campground and we were finished.

RV Mobile Medic

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

We looked at the product and it is far superior than anything I have ever see out there. We switched to Liquid Roof because of the simplicity of the product as far as its application and it is also compatible with all types of roofs.

RV Mobile Medic

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

We looked at the product and it is far superior than anything I have ever see out there. We switched to Liquid Roof because of the simplicity of the product as far as its application and it is also compatible with all types of roofs.

RV Mobile Medic

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

We looked at the product and it is far superior than anything I have ever see out there. We switched to Liquid Roof because of the simplicity of the product as far as its application and it is also compatible with all types of roofs.

RV Mobile Medic

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

We looked at the product and it is far superior than anything I have ever see out there. We switched to Liquid Roof because of the simplicity of the product as far as its application and it is also compatible with all types of roofs.

Rv Doctor

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

One of the unique things about the product is that it is very easy to use, very clean and it won’t run down the sides of the trailer. It dries to a smooth beautiful finish. On a metal roof it will quiet the roof and reduce the heat in the interior. It is very easy to make spot repairs on metal roofs and an excellent product to seal vents and pipes. I use, at this time no other sealant. If a customer wants a roof with a less expensive product that is not as reliable, I refuse to do the job.

S. Fitzpatrick (Plymouth NH)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

We just completed our project on our flat roof and were relieved how easy it went on. We had experienced some really bad ponding issues and did not like the estimates we received for a new roof. We will recommend you guys!

G. Meyers (Carmel Valley CA)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

Our fish are thanking you. We had a artificial pond that leaked and rather than replace the entire lining we were looking for a product that we didn’t have to worry about fixing later. We had a heck of a time looking for something. He had tried some of the tapes on the market but they gave way after time. Our friend recommended we call you guys and we did.

Miller Service Center

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

Roof leaks cause majority of the damage to an RV and camper. The end result was, it looked like a new roof, a new rubber roof put over the existing roof, an aluminumroof at that. We were really impressed by it. And I think the warranty is fantastic!

B. McKnight (Hartford, CT)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

We have used your product before for a roof and glad you are still on the market. We ordered some today for our vacation home in Florida. We used all the other products out there Kool Seal, Snow Roof and the like…but after a couple of years they cracked and we had to resurface it again. Your product doesn’t seem to do that.

T Johnson (Houston, TX)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

Just sending you an e-mail to let you know we finished our roof this weekend. Thanks for your help. The product did everything you said it would and we saved about $3000.00 by doing it ourselves. Thanks again.

M. Smith (NY)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

The snow roof was a nightmare. Lasted about 3 years. When we moved the Coachman to bring in the new modular cabin, it split in places…along with the bubbles. Didn’t realize this until the water came inside. I just hope we can find this slow leak we have. All the rest of your roofing is fine and we don’t ever expect to move the Coachman

again unless it’s too the “junk yard”.

M. Dixon (Alabama)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

Thanks guys for your assistance. We thought we were going to have to hire a roof contractor but to our surprise we found you guys. On another note, actually I was more impressed with your customer service. I couldn’t tell you how many people we contacted and they never even returned our call. You guys answered all our questions

even though we didn’t buy from you right away.

E. Kingston (Philadelphia, PA )

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

Here are the pictures of our flat roof project. You guys were right on target. We finished in one Saturday and it looks like a brand new roof.

L. Bean (Villa Rica, GA)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

Just wanted to let you know, this is my second order this month and I was very impressed with your product and service on the first order. This stuff is rather impressive. The first two gallons covered the worst part of my RV’s Rubber Roof. These last three should complete the job. Again, thanks for the great service and product,

D. Erikenson (Austin, TX)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

Your product held up to its claims. We had ordered it for a aluminum warehouse roof that was previously coated with a foam membrane. Your product will be recommended since it is capable of going on many surfaces with existing materials making it very cost effective in terms of prep work that is not needed. Your product also conformed to

the VOC requirements of our engineers.

C. Clark (Seaside, CA)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

Thank you so much for your excellent product. Liquid Roof repaired the roof of my blind friend’s mobile home as nothing else could. I will be happy to make a testimonial as to its ease of application and general effectiveness.

J.R Santiez (Tampa, FL)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

Our testimonial as promised. We have been working on steel roofs for about 10 years now and wish we had used your product back then. Could have saved us time and $! We have been looking for a product like this and your liquid EPDM had the highest volume of solids and with our experience working with EPDM we were already sold on the material. Hands down you were the most informative of anyone else we spoke with..

E. Crouse (Norco, CA)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

I just put the Liquid Rubber on yesterday the 16th of Feb. and I was amazed how smooth it got, at first I was a little worried but it sealed and is the most wonderful stuff. I want to do the roof of my horse trailer with this product. Thank You for the wonderful product. I think the quarts would be wonderful for a patch.

J. King (Englewood, TN)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

Hi–got a 5 gallon pail the other day it fixed the leak but now the water has shifted sideways–YOUR STUFF IS GREAT—SO WHAT HECK WITH 15 GALLONS I”LL DO THE REST OF THE ROOF. WISH I HAD ENOUGH MONEY TO DO THE WHOLE HOUSE

R. Z (Rockport, TX)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

Ordered a gallon and used it on the worst part of a 13 year old rubber roof, I am now buying 4 Gal. to try to do the rest. I highly recommend your product and if anyone wants to know about it I would be glad to chat with them about it.

J Beckett (England)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

We have had quite a time resurfacing flat roofs here and happy to say you product appear to be our solution. More to come. Cheers and thanks to the quick reply of all our e-mails.

T.S. Industries (California)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

We looked at many products before making our decision and we though yours was the most expensive, as it turned out it was the cheapest. Donna walked us through the whole deal. What the contractor originally wanted to do was going to require us to set a primer down first then the tar roof and gravel. We saved over $3500.00 just in the labor alone. Wish we know about your product two years ago when we built our warehouse. Thanks for returning our calls, it’s like pulling teeth to get a return call from some of the other companies out there!

D. StJames (Burbank, CA)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

Thanks to all for the very informative info. It made our decision easier. After discussing with several roofing companies we found that your product as promised did not require a primer nor a second application. We saved about a $1.10 per sq foot. Next month the second building!.

Erickson Industries, U.K.

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

Very well worth the wait. As promised would be glad to tell all of the wonderful experience with your product. Quite easier than the EPDM sheet rubber regarding installation. Hope to be a long customer of yours. Cheers All!

Jeff. P (Purchase NY)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

Thank-you for your speedy reply. I really love your product and fully recommend it to all RV owners.

Dannie G. (Louisville, KY)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

We did a lot of research about finding the right product to fix our tin gutters. We had tried many products over the years and they either wouldn’t cure in enough time and would eventually peal. When we tried Liquid Roof, it was love at first sight! It spread on smooth and filled in all of the cracks and folds completely tight. It’s been through winter and spring and has held up remarkably with no sign of wear.

J Odom (TX)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

Thanks Brian. I’m just going to order me a gallon to start. Your rapid replies to my inquires make me know that you have confidence in your product. So, that gives me the confidence to try it out.

R. Holt (Kansas City KS)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

You asked us to send you a note on our feedback. As a roofer we have tried many products Sealoflex, Santi-Tred, Snow Roof and everything in between. Yours is what we will be using from now on. We are especially impressed with the flexibility of your product. With the seasonal changes we find this is the major cause for cracking to occur with the other products we have used. I guess it goes without saying….You get what you pay for.

Tom H (Corrales NM)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

I thought I read at one point that this was non-toxic to fish. I have a leak in a pond liner where the two parts over lap. I was thinking of using your product to try and seal the joint. Your thoughts P.S. Installed your product on my barn and is working great!

B. Wildler (Auburn, ME)

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Kellie

Donna you may have recalled me asking if the testimonials on your site were real….well here I am writing you one after using the product. Thanks for all the help for us novices here. I will send pictures later but we completed our warehouse last week and had two good rainfalls and no leaks. We had a few roofers who quoted us $25,000 but managed to get by with $4,500 of your product !!

R. Reily (New Hartford, NY)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Gentlemen:

In early June I purchased a 4 gal pail of “Liquid Roof” for my RV with the hope it would seal the Roof from additional leaks. Its been about a week since the product was applied and today I viewed the results and I can not tell you how pleased I am with your product and how the old roof looks new . The results of the new coating have not been tested with a heavy shower as yet. If there is any water that gets into the RV. It will not be through the roof (my opinion)

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A couple of observation; your customer service is great. I had some concerns as I had not used your products previously. Please advise any potential customers to relax as your folks have the answers to any problem.

You may want to include with your instructions the fact that the material spreads so much easier with a squeegee and then finish with a roller. In addition after a short period of time the highs and lows seem to blend together and you have a great looking and tight roof again. I found the brushing didn’t work well at all.

One of your many satisfied customers; thanks

D Skipper . (Memphis TN)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

We recently installed Liquid Roof on the roof of our houseboat. Liquid Roof was installed over unpainted plywood, fiberglass, painted wood and aluminum. It bonded very well to everything! Installation was relatively easy and the final result looks great! We are extremely pleased and have been recommending it to everyone on our dock! Thanks.

T Gallow. (San Jose, CA)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Attached is a picture of the trailer I used the EPDM coating on. It’s 10 years old and the roof gave out last year. I applied your coating and everything has been “hunky-dory” since then. Thanks for a really good product which is easy to use and DOES the job as advertised.

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B T Contracting

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Here is a picture of our finished roof. We were very happy with the end result. You have a great product here and we will be ordering for future jobs we have. We were a bit skeptical at first but when it was fully dry it looked as if we installed a new 1500 sq piece of sheet EPDM.

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T. Basset

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

We have completed the resurfacing of our commercial roof back in April and ordered a few more pails for areas where we probably did not apply it thick enough. Just wanted to share these photos with you. We have received several quotes for our 25,000 ft roof and after all was said and done managed to get it done for under $21,000 with you guys. Great product as you can see it came out wonderful and you were dealing with a skeptic.

H W Property Management

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Donna,your staff and your customer service is the reason we buy from you. You had asked us several months ago if we would write up something for your Website. We wanted to get some additional orders first before coming to conclusions. We have ordered over 1000 gallons this year and the product truly lives up to its name. We have won three bids using your product because of our ability to stand behind our work. Your staff has always been there for questions, handling returns and the voice of reason when our installers call. Thanks for the visit. Sorry I wasn’t there but at least you got the fifty cent tour.

G. Sorrell (Lufkin, TX)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Everyone was SUPER helpful and knew the product, properties and application methods well. I applied to product on the trailer in about a 2-hour period one evening. It was tricky with the application, from a novice who had not done this before, on the flat surface as well as rounding the corners and down on the sides about 6 inches. It went GREAT! Needless to say, I am super proud of the product and the finished job. I cannot thank your folks enough for the support and quality of the product. Excellent. Coming from a process management philosophy and background, it leads me to be extra thankful for outstanding processes with outstanding people. Thanks again,

Here is what I say about my finished product now…. “No drips, no runs, no errors!”

G. Sorrell (Lufkin, TX)
Diboll Lumber Operations

Gary S. (San Antonio, TX)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

I had a contractor build a patio cover out of cedar and 4×4 glass panes. He never could get the roof to stop leaking though he used several products. Water would eventually always leak somewhere around the joint of the glass and the tin lip he had laid the glass in. I just applied your product and am confident I finally found the right sealant to stop the leaks. I can BBQ in the dry for once without drips all over the patio roof. Great product! I just wanted to drop a line about your product.

Bernie P. (Cranston, RI)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

I was going to install a regular rubber roof when I saw your product. It would save a lot of work. I ordered a gallon to try and your product was just what you said it was. It went on easy with the squeegie and evened itself to a beautiful coating. It looks and feels like it will last a long time.I am ordering a second gallon to finish the job.

Brian Venderbult (Miami, FL)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

We have been doing metal roofs for about 12 years now and I think we found the product to end all. Great staff who walked us through our first roof. We had a 25,000 sq ft flat roof, mostly metal with some rusting and areas where the vents were covered with a hot tar application. We brushed on an elastomeric coating on the tar areas and on the heavily rusted areas covered them with a metal primer. By the way the product is nice to work with. Given the 8 hour timeframe you have to work with, our guys didn’t have to rush. Not the case with some of the other products out there where the set up is real quick. We were quite amazed with the appearance. It looks like someone put a 25,000 sq ft piece of sheet epdm on our roof. We’ll be back!

Trolier Roofing (Dayton, OH)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Kellie, Thanks for all your assistance over the past two months. We have finally got around to getting the product on a job and were very impressed overall with it. Solid performance and just a remarkable finish when it dried. Just what you said a 100% seamless area.

Craig Trevillyan (Palmdale, CA)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Had to forward a comment about how happy I am with your product. The order I received back in March of this year worked so well that I decided that it would be the perfect solution to a problem I’m having on another project, so I’ve ordered 2 additional gallons of your Black Liquid Rubber (everyone who has seen this stuff is also amazed!). Once again, great product!

P. Merisotis (Carlisle, PA)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

I usually don’t take the time to email companies about their service, but I definitely felt the need to for your company. You have a great product and your customer service and shipping speed are second to none!…….Kellie……feel free to use my comments on your site….I’ll be ordering again soon.Sincerely.

Harold F (Rocky Hill, NY)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

I just wanted to forward to you a copy of an email I recently sent to a customer service representative I spoke with when purchasing your product. I was faced with a $7,000 dollar roof replacement esitimate for my 26.5 ft. class C motor home. I thought for sure my RVing days were over. As DIYer, I was extremely pleased with your product. It has done everything you said it would. From the point of a motor home owner who was shocked with a $7,000 roof repair estimate. My roof looks brand new and has a seamless finish that looks like I will be leak free for years to come. Thanks for a product that performed as promised and is well within the capabilities of a determined RV Owner to apply.

Danny (Miami Beach, FL)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

I am not one to write and say thank you. But, I must say this stuff is great. Your liquid roof is FANTASTIC 🙂

I had my doubts, and wasn’t sure if I was applying it right, but, it has truned out to be superb. I did manage to get it on my pants. But that is hardly a fault of the product. Excellent product and thank you. I expect my sunroom with the shallow roof is loving it too.

Cheers
Danny (Miami Beach, FL)

John (Carmel, IN)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Below are before and after photos on my recent installation of liquid roof. I am very pleased with the results. It was about three hours of work not including prep, but the results speak for themselves.

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Bob (Hollis NY)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

A friend of mine gave me a gallon of the Liquid Rubber he had left over after I complained to him about a chronic leak on my roof. Although my roofer did some patch work, I still had water coming in when the rain was heavy. Well I tried the Liquid Rubber in the area where the water was coming from.

That was six months ago. Today, all is dry. I have to thank my friend for introducing me to this great product.

Kyle Co. (Pittsburgh, PA)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

We had been looking for a roofing coating for some time. We ordered a gallon in the summer to test it out on our roof, part epdm and part metal. After our initial testing we were quite amazed with the performance of the product. This is the only product that had stopped our leak, and in fact the first time in 4 years the roof did not leak. We since then completed our entire roof and saved several thousand dollars by hiring some general laborers to apply the material along with some people who work in our warehouse. This is the first time that I took the time to write a compliment but you guys asked if the product did what it said it would to let us know so I am glad to do so. Great product and great customer service!

Mason’s of WV

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

In September we ordered the liquid roof from your company for our motorhome. Let me tell you, the liquid roof is a superior product, course you already know that. We just wanted to tell you that we are extremely satisfied with the performance of application and the final result. So far -so good

Marvin L. (Jacksonville, FL)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Lou, I promised I would e-mail you guys what we thought of your product either way. Well I must say you were right about everything it claimed. We were more than pleased with the performance of the product. We were concerned with the cost but after seeing how thick it is and the fact that it required no primers or additional coats the cost actually was cheaper that other systems. We hired some general laborers to do the work and saved $3,500.00 to boot! Great service. We have another job coming up in May and we will definitely be reordering

Mickey T. (Garner, NC)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Mickey: I applied the liquid rubber to the roof of our camper and after a few minutes it started to bubble up. Whats going on? What do you guys think? EPDM Coatings: Thanks Mickey. Bubbling is normal. It is part of the curing process. Normally it will take anywhere from 5-10 days for all the bubbling to cure. Mickey: Hey, You were correct. I went on the roof this morning and was amazed. It looks great. Thanks for the help. The product is amazing!

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Ronald S. (Virginia Beach, VA)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

I ordered a gallon of Liquid Rubber last summer, and inquired if it could be spread with an adhesive applicator trowel; the sales person was not aware of this having been tried. I tried using a commercially available trowel with 4 sawtooth teeth per inch, and 0.135 inch notch depths, holding the trowel at about a 45 degree tilt. This worked great, and spread the liquid at exactly the recommended rate. The trowel is followed by a brush or roller to level the liquid.

My application is to repair the seams on an EPDM roof; the seams are weathering much faster than the roofing membrane. After wire brushing and vacuuming the areas to be repaired, the new coating is well adhered, smooth, and continuous, and, AFTER A YEAR AND A HALF THE ROOF LOOKS BRAND NEW! I just ordered two more gallons.

Gary K. (Fife Lake, MI)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Gentlemen:

In January we purchased your liquid roof material and applied it per your instructions. We wanted to wait a few months and we very impressed with the product and told several people about it. At the time I ordered I was told we would receive a $50.00 gift certificate for some before and after pictures which we have attached. The results speak for themselves.

We had been told by several RV shops that there was no other option than installing a new roof for approx $5,200.00 Your product was a real boon for us! Our motorhome is an an older model and we weren’t willing to put that kind of money into it. So this remedy was great

Thank you

Fred Mill

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Dear EDPM,

After months of trying to decide between a competitors product or a repair or replacement of my flat rubber roof on my garage. I decided to try you “Liquid Rubber.” I am so glad I did! It turned out wonderful! Far better than I would have expected! I am very thankful I chose your product and cannot believe I was even considering another competitors “system”. So glad I didn’t! Easy to mix and easy to apply! It worked great and completely fixed my leaking roof in one shot! The three white five gallons cost me less than $1000.00. Compare that to a new rubber roof installed at a cost of over $8,000.00 or a “professional” repair at around $5-6,000!

I can’t say enough about the quality! I did use “Eterna-Bond” tape on the many loose seams. I think that was very helpful. I also really made sure I cleaned the roof first with my pressure washer and cleaning solution.

I am attaching several photos at various stages (dates on photo). And you can see how nice it turned out. The amazing “bubbling” has almost gone.

Thanks for a fantastic product that really works!

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Pete (Cape Coral, FL)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

It was about this time of year in 2004 that I contacted you about your product. We had suffered substantial hurricane damage in August 2004. Materials and contractors were in very short supply for many months after the storm. I had a flat roof on the back of my home that needed a new hot tar roof but no one was available to do the job and wouldn’t be for several months. In the meantime water was pouring through the ceiling of our lanai each time it rained.

I remember our conversation well. You were very courteous and helpful in describing what your product could do for me. You agreed to sell me your commercial product for dealer price due to our special situation. Your guidance in applying the product was most helpful.
It was a breeze to put on. I had every intention of sending you before and after photos but things were hectic then.

It is five years later and your product is still doing the job. We have not had to have the roof replaced. I would highly recommend your product to anyone with a problem with a flat roof.

Please accept my belated thank you for your very fine service and product.

Jim S. (P.O. Box 17671, San Antonio, TX)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

I want to let you and anyone reading this know of my experience with Liquid Roof. I’ll tell you the end of the story and then go from there; FANTASTIC PRODUCT!!! (end of story!). I was pulling out of an RV slot that was a “pull thru” and found it wasn’t quite a “pull thru!” The bubble/sky light over my shower was hit by a tree and while the bubble didn’t break it did crack around the base. I attempted an unsuccessful repair and found it leaked terribly. I googled and searched for a fix and found EPDM Coatings.com. I was really skeptical and was honestly concerned that I would pay for a product and it either wouldn’t work or I’d screw it up! Neither is true! IT IS SO EASY AND SO GREAT!!

I bought a one gallon Liquid Roof kit. I reseated the bubble (did not buy a new one !!) painted Liquid Roof around the entire base, placed the mesh material over the painted part and painted it again with the Liquid Roof. I repaired the rubber roof areas around the bubble that had ripped and then used the remaining gallon to paint every penetration on the roof.


We had 2.5 inches of rain in San Antonio in January and NONE of it was in my RV thanks to Liquid Roof. A couple of hints for anyone thinking about doing this; first DO IT!! IT WORKS!! AND IT’S EASY!! Next, before you start get some old clothes on, some rubber gloves and I would tape off the gutters so that it doesn’t drip into the gutter. Overall this is a FANTASTIC PRODUCT!!!

Paul N. D.V.M

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Sure you can use our comments. We used your product and loved it. You can add that we paid two grand to have the sliders caulked and they still leaked before using your product!! Took all the old caulk out and actually put the liquid roof in a 60ml syringe catheter tip and used it to pour a bead over the seam as it is hard to reach under the roof. We also found the leak was coming from the middle seam of the roof so all the caulk in the world would not have fixed it. We just ordered seven more gallons to paint the aluminum roof of the vehicle to keep heat out. The elastomeric paint we got from Lowes peeled off the first time we took the truck on the freeway.

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Hi Kellie!

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Hi Kellie! Thanks for your quick response to my questions. Yes, please feel free to use my comments on your website. We will let you know next year how the Liquid Roof has held up to our -40 degree temperature Canadian winter! So far its done its job and has sealed up the pinholes in the RV metal roof and the inside is as dry as Sahara sand storm !! No more water leaks! We had an opportunity to apply your Liquid Roof product on the metal roof of our RV this weekend. I am very happy with the ease of application and the final smooth look of the roof once the self leveling and curing process began. When I first started applying the liquid roof product, being this was the first time I have used it, I was a bit concerned about running out of product and may have applied it a little too thinly. But as I used it more, I got used to how the product felt as it went on etc, and started to be more liberal in its application. These sections of roof look smooth and even. Where I may have been a little stingy in the amount of product I used looks not as smooth as the other areas. So, my question is: -can I apply a second coat of Liquid Roof to this area to get it to match the smoothness of the other areas?? If it is possible to do it, what prep work and steps do I need to take?? We do have about a gallon of product left over from the large pail we ordered. We put this remainder in our deep freeze to stop the curing process. Was this an OK thing to do and should the product still be OK to use?

Brett D. (Cumberland, MD)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

This is my first RV. I have never coated an RV roof before, and having a shop do it seemed too expensive. Your product is not cheap, but I put a gallon on the edges and cut in the roof vents last weekend, so I got another 4 gallons today to do the rest this weekend. It has not been hard, I am hoping the longevity of the product will produce as advertised. I have told some of my RV friends about it and now they seem interested when they go to seal their roofs. Your videos on your sight really helped me decide, along with your responses to my email questions. One coat vs a primer and top coat was also attractive.

Brett D. (Cumberland, MD)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

I put on the rest of the liquid roof and it turned out really well. I am very pleased with how it turned out-should have no worries about any roof leaks in the for seeable future. I think your product is amazing. I will not let a poor conditioned roof on an RV keep me from buying it, as I know of an easy solution, that I can do.

Isabelle B. (Canada)

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

I’m just writting to say Thank you, I’ve receive th material on Sept the 2nd and I was very please with the product,. It arrived intact and I’ve started to apply it on my 5th wheeler roof. It is a thick paint but the coverage is amazing, I am very satisfied with the results.

I would like to thank the gentlemen who help me with my order, I can’t remember is name but he was very helpful. I understand that delivery to Victoria,BC Canada was not the easiest thing but it when through, I am very ecstatic that it did.

Your product do not required a primer and it is less toxic then the products made available to me, I will recommend your product to a lot of people. If you send me your business card, I can post it here at Fort Victoria RV Park.

Hope you business prosper, my best regards,

Donnie Harrington

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

I am sorry I am reaching out to you so late after using your product! I never did take any good footage of applying the EPDM liner due to a rushed job but have told many other companies about the product and will stand behind it one hundred percent. It worked great for our application and was easy to use. Once again I am sorry for not getting any footage but I hope to continue to use your product in the future.

Thank you,

Donnie Harrington
Director of Fish and Invertebrates
Mystic Aquarium and Institute For Exploration

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Chris W Centuria, WI

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Kellie this was our 1984 trailer with a steel sheet roof, badly warn, old paint, old silicon, now sand blasted clean and 1 fresh rubber coating!

I did the rubber roofing project on my horse trailer this weekend, very happy with the results, The product is a lot thicker than I imaged but that is what I needed, a good thick product to cover well.

Definitely only needed one coat! Very happy with the results, attached are 2 pictures. (I believe you have the before pictures.) Also attached are pictures of my trailer finished on the outside you can use for you next broshure to get those horse people buying the product 🙂

Christopher M. Calgary Canada

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Just making good on my promise you said we would get a $25.00 AMEX gift certificate if we write something about the product. Well I would have done it for free but thanks for the $25.00. So for the past 7 months we kept seeing our waterline go down. We went to two pond shops and tried the crap they had there and nothing worked. Skeptical at this point your sales people really did not try to sell be but rather tell me about the product and why it would work. I really never knew there was a liquid version of the EPDM pond liners. Well it has been about three weeks and the level for the first time is holding. I wanted to make sure before I wrote this but in the past we knew within a few days that the other products did not work.

Too bad I did not know about this 7 months ago I could have saves about $150.00 on the snake oil products out there

Maurice

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Hi EPDM Coatings!!

We had an opportunity to apply your Liquid Roof product on the metal roof of our RV this weekend. I am very happy with the ease of application and the final smooth look of the roof once the self leveling and curing process began. When I first started applying the liquid roof product ,being this was the first time I have used it, I was a bit concerned about running out of product and may have applied it a little too thinly .But as I used it more, I got used to how the product felt as it went on etc,

Thanks !!

Dale Fohl

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Hi Brian:

Just wanted to send some “before and after” photos….I am extremely pleased with the liquid rubber. Great product so far.

Appreciate the consideration for the gift card.

Thank you,

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Chris W

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Kellie this was our 1984 trailer with a steel sheet roof, badly warn, old paint, old silicon, now sand blasted clean and 1 fresh rubber coating!

I did the rubber roofing project on my horse trailer this weekend, very happy with the results, The product is a lot thicker than I imaged but that is what I needed, a good thick product to cover well.

Definitely only needed one coat! Very happy with the results, attached are 2 pictures. (I believe you have the before pictures.) Also attached are pictures of my trailer finished on the outside you can use for you next broshure to get those horse people buying the product 🙂


Thanks again,
Centuria, WI

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Elmer Yoder

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Dear Mr.Phillipine,

Thanks for the info on maintaining the EPDM roof on my motor home. The original roof was 18 years old. It was not leaking but was getting thin and needed something to restore the integrity of the original roof. Great care was taken to prepare the roof for application of the liquid EPDM. It was applied with a brush and roller. It took about 2 hours to apply the EPDM. This was done in September 2010. I checked the roof today ( June 20th 2011) and it looks as though the EPDM was just applied 5 days ago. I wish that I had taken pictures before starting the project and then after finishing. Thanks for a great product and for the info on maintenance.

John M.

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Thank you for your quick response. Here are the before and after pictures. What a great product. It was everything you said it was on your website.

Thank you,

Gerdau Florida

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Daniel Sims

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

My name is Daniel Sims. My business partner and I recently went to San Diego for a working vacation. We put a new roof on my parents house using the liquid EPDM. We pressure washed the roof on July 10th and finished applying the Liquid EPDM on July 12.

There are several reasons for my letter here. I wanted to let you know how much I like the product! I can not understand why this is the first time I have been exposed to it when I have been in the construction business for close to 30 years. There are many, many times in the past when the liquid EPDM would have been a perfect solution on a project and I definitely plan on using it in the future!

RL Smith and Associates, Inc

Robert S Bartlesville, OK

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

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  • Clean ABS Roof thoroughly, I used a pressure washer.
  • Carefully, slightly lift bad cracks that are delaminating from the foam top and spray some water into the cracks and secure with white Gorilla Glue. I used weights and tape to hold in place until it dried. (The moisture is needed for the Gorilla Glue.)
  • Make slurry of MEK and plastic forks and spoons the consistency of heavy cream. (This takes about four hours for the plastic to dissolve.)
  • Clean out large cracks on the camper roof with MEK and a toothbrush.
  • Sanded large cracks to match roof then lightly sand the entire roof. Clean off sanding dust.
  • Next mask off area that you don not want to coat.
  • Next applied Primer 1501, bought from EPDM Coatings 1-610-298-1989. This is a two part primer, mix part A and B and paint entire top of camper. (Only mix one quart at a time as this will set up before you finish.) Let primer set for 24 hours.
  • Sand any runs.
  • Applied Propoly 9601, bought from EPDM Coatings 1-610-298-1989. This is a two part coating, mix part A and B and paint entire top of camper. (Only mix one quart at a time as this will set up before you finish.)
  • In 24 hours it was unbelievable. It looked alike a new roof.

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President Loesal-Schaaf

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

We retrieved the original pictures that we sent to you before beginning the project and took the after shots. There will be one more email sent to you, as all the pics wouldn’t fit on one. You can see for yourself what a huge improvement we have. As I said on the phone, you folks did a great job and the product was perfect. Thanks for your help.

Regards,

Douglas A. Loesel,

President

Loesal-Schaaf

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Bryson Jones.

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 by Kellie

Hi Kellie,

Sorry to split up the two messages but here is the after product. The roof looks new and I love it. You are welcome to use my info for any promo or anyone from Canada who is concerned about importing your products and the duty. Well worth every penny.

Thanks again.

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Mickey B.- California

Posted on: March 22nd, 2013 by Kellie

I just wanted to send you a testimonial email about your product. We bought a ’99 5th wheel only to find out that it had a leak 3 months later. I had to repair a section of the roof decking and replace a 3 foot section of the membrane leaving a seem on the roof. After making the repairs I coated the roof with liquid roof and waited until after we had a rain storm to send you this testimonial. I am happy to report that after an overnight rain storm that dumped over an inch of rain I went in the trailer to find it bone dry! The product was easy to apply and I have even used the left over material on a couple of other projects after placing it in the freezer for storage. I would recommend this product to all RV owners and will probably coat the roof of my next RV with it.

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J Berke Springfield MA

Posted on: March 22nd, 2013 by Kellie

I wanted to let a few months go by before I wrote back to you folks. It has been 6 months since the application went down. First I would like to say that I was very pleased with the level of service I received. I probably called your office about 7 or 8 times with questions but this was the first time I was using the product and it was a fairly large commercial roof. I did hire some general laborers and the product went down just like you indicated. I actually applied a smaller section of the roof with elastomeric before I ordered your product. So now I have to get the elastomeric off because it is already cracking in two seam areas. So short and sweet. We love the product, yes costs some money but factoring that we did not need a primer and there were not multiple coats like the systems I am familiar with it actually came in cheaper and the results were just outstanding. Lets get through the winter and our company will be ordering more.

Charlene M Nevada

Posted on: March 22nd, 2013 by Kellie

EPDM is an awesome product and everything that is described on their website. We encountered a leak on our 22 travel trailer and Googled roofing products. We found the Rubber Roof from EPDM and had to try it based on all the information and testimonials. We completed the prep, taped off all sides for spillage, and proceeded with the squeegee and roller (be sure the roller is low nap). After installing the product we had bubbles. We contacted EPDM and they stated the bubbles would disappear during curing. Sure enough, they disappeared. Good thing, as we applied another thin layer to the front and back where the siding and roof meet, as we had removed all of the old caulking and applied new caulk, before applying the Liquid Roof. The roof looks fantastic and we will now have many more summer camping trips ahead. Thank you for such a reputable outstanding product.

Glenn C Palm Beach Gardens FL.

Posted on: March 22nd, 2013 by Kellie

We Received your 1 gallon jug yesterday. Today I reviewed a few of your YouTube videos, I followed them and was amazed how easy it was to apply. My RV is 4 1/2 years old and I developed a small leak, so I decided to seal up all the openings on the roof. It took me a little over and hour, start to finish. It applied so easy and has now relieved my fears of more water coming into my RV. I also love the fact that everything needed was in the box. Awesome product!!!

stephen berry

Posted on: March 22nd, 2013 by Kellie

i have used this product on over 20 rv roof to help my customers get pease of mind and prolong the life of thier motorhome and campers.

Doug Klem

Posted on: March 22nd, 2013 by Kellie

No, I do not mind at all that you use my testimonial on your website.. I hope it reaches other RVers out there who are being misled towards single stage applications that do not last. I received the Liquid Roof today that was ordered Saturday.. GREAT SHIPPING TIME !!!!! The coating will be applied on Sat. and will also be videoed from start to finish and a follow up video and testimony on the Liquid Roof. I also got my boss to order a 5 GAL. kit for his RV. [William Anderson] I will also video that process. My name is Doug Klem and I will be doing the application.. I have 15 years in yacht restoration and was astonished that people I met here in the RV park where I now live were using a single part coating on there rooves and recoating twice a year.. That”s when I got on the internet and found EPDM.. From all my years of working with coatings I know single stage coatings don’t hold up.. I guarantee that if I am satisfied with Liquid Roof you can expect many more orders… Thanks and I will be in touch… 850-417-9195

Jared Contractors

Posted on: March 22nd, 2013 by Kellie

Well what can I say the product everything Greg said it would. We have both epdm roof and metal roof about 7500 all in all. Roof looks great we will send pics soon. I was just astonished how easy it went down and as we were rolling it the roller marks jus disappeared. I left the guys there and came back about 3 hours later. They knocked out about 2500 sq ft. and it literally looked like someone put down a 2500 single pieces of material. I wanted to wait a few months until I gave you my feedback and I can say this is the first time in 7 years the client is telling us his roof did not lead during the winter months. We will be ordering more in the spring. I think we will be migrating our coating product over to the Liquid epdm.

Pam from Nevada

Posted on: March 22nd, 2013 by Kellie

I am sending this email to sing the praises of Liquid Rubber. My husband died in 2009 of brain cancer just before his retirement leaving me with all of the home maintenance projects he had planned on completing in his retirement. Re-coating our mobile home roof was one such major project. I tackled the project in the same manner I had watched my do it yourself husband complete tasks all his life. I started out at Home Depot and Lowes examining what was available and asking a lot of questions. Our small motor homes roof needed to be re-coated also, and I thought I would start with that to gain confidence and to make sure I was indeed capable of completing the task of the larger project of the mobile home roof. At the home improvement stores I was met with skepticism, encouragement, and amazement. Next, I went online to check out some blogs on people re-coating mobile home and motor home roofs (that strategy I learned from my son) and discovered most were saying the same thing: Liquid Roof is the best. Finding it was not sold in stores, I ordered gallons from you to re-coat the motor home and plunged in. My brother helped me by removing all caulking, patching a ripped portion of the roof, and holding the drill to mix the chemical in the Liquid Rubber, with my father in his 80s pouring in the chemical as I held the gallon can during the mixing. As you can see by the pictures, the motor home roof looks fantastic, the liquid roofing was amazing to work with, my confidence soared and I began work on the mobile home roof with the order of more gallon cans. My main concern was to get the highly weathered edges coated as quickly as possible, and I did complete that project before my father became ill with bladder cancer and my time was invested in caring for him in my home, and then in a nearby long term home before his death in November. Now I am again undertaking the challenge of working on the roof. I am about to order 5 gallon buckets to cover the entire surface. I still have to ascertain how to get the heavy buckets up to the roof but shall find a process eventually. I took these photos of the motor home before and after as your website offered a monetary discount for sending in pictures. I see that it now has changed to video. However, I was glad that I did take the before and after pictures and I could not resist sending these photos anyway, with the tale of the lady and what seems to you a small and simple project, but what seems to me a completely intimidating and overwhelming project that I am able to complete because of the easy application and wonderful leveling aspect of your fantastic product Liquid Rubber! Thank you!

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Doug B Nahant, Ma

Posted on: March 22nd, 2013 by Kellie

My 1998 Overland Lorado motor home has an EPDM roof that is showing its age.

Chalking and small cracks are evident and the roof has had numerous repairs by the previous three owners. I researched roof coatings on the internet and concluded that Liquid Roof was the best product for restoring the roof.

I live in Boston and have trees overhanging my driveway so I decided to apply the Liquid Roof while in Tucson Arizona while staying in a RV resort.

I ordered 8 gallons on Monday and it arrived on Friday, much faster than I expected. I bought the tools at local stores (paint brushes, roller, squeegee, wire brush and cleaning supplies). I found the Instructions and You Tube videos helpful in planning the project. Preparing the roof took about 10 hours (cleaning, brushing, patching with butyl tape and taping edges). Applying Liquid Roof took about 6 hours and most of the time in the mixing and painting the edges using a brush. I found a hand held 12 squeegee worked well in the tights areas of a motor home roof. This was a one man job and can be done by someone with moderate home handyman skills. The roof looks great and I expecting many years of added life with no leaks.

Thanks for your help.

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Tom Preston

Posted on: March 22nd, 2013 by Kellie

This a great product, EPDM Rubber for roofs. It is easy to mix and easy to apply. I had a roof job where a company applied a “torch down” rubber system on my flat roof. They made several critical errors in the application of the torch down. Two added roof repairs and four internal ceiling repairs later and the roof seemed tight. Once you are burned by incompetent roofers you become a cynic quickly. Because of arbitration I got some of my money back. I certainly did not want those bozos back on my roof.

Water stands on my flat roof in various places. I decided to apply a coating of EPDM Rubber over the roof for added measure. So I bought a gallon and applied it in a critical area. It stayed tight and looks great. I waited for several months during the rainy season and had very positive results. I then bought a five gallon pail and applied it to a larger surface. Looks great and adhesion is fabulous. It bonds great with no distortions of bubbles.

I think the easiest thing was that I had a fairly solid surface with which to work. So, cleaning and surface prep seems to be critical. If you prepare the surface well your application and results will be outstanding.

I just ordered two added five gallon buckets and plan to coat the remainder of my roof. I use a short nap roller and it goes on with ease.

I fully recommend this product for roof repairs. Just follow the directions and anyone can do this with completely positive results.

Barney S Bath Michigan

Posted on: March 22nd, 2013 by Kellie

I finished the painting of my roof yesterday with Liquid Roof, an EDPM rubber in liquid form. The results turned out great. Here is the product I used and the process I went through http://www.epdmcoatings.com First, I scrubbed the roof with a bit of Awesome Cleaner from the local Dollar Tree store. I mixed in an ounce or two of auto liquid cleaner also and added a few gallons of water in the bucket. This did a good job of cleaning the roof.

I let it dry overnight and then taped the edges all around the whole trailer with blue painter tape. This job took me a few hours and I was bushed from going up and down the ladder so quit for the day.

That night we had a heavy rain and here is what the roof looked like the next morning. I let it dry out well and about noon I was ready to begin the paint job. As you can see from the above pictures, my roof, which is about 8 years old was losing it’s coating and had many spots which were caused by both bird droppings and “berries” from the local palm trees. I try to clean my roof at least twice per year but it was time to do something about its condition.

I started out by mixing the product with the catalyst. It is advisable to rent a mixer that has the power to do the job. The Liquid Roof is very heavy and will burn out a normal 3/8 or 1/2 drill motor quickly. You need to mix it thoroughly which takes some time. I rented a mixer from Home Depot for $12 for a whole day. Well worth it! Here is the mixer I used. It is advisable to have a helper available to hold the can and pour the catalyst into the product. It will take both of your hand and feet to control the mixer as the product is very heavy and thick and causes a lot of drag and twisting force on the mixer. After mixing in the catalyst, you have about 4 or 5 hours of working time with the product. I purchased the product in one 1 gallon can and one 4 gallon can. I mixed up the 1 gallon first and used that to do around all my “stuff” up on the roof and around the entire perimeter of the trailer. I removed my vent covers for the cutting in and then replaced them before doing the rest of the roof. This used up about 3/4 of the gallon. The rest I used on the top of the roof. The product is supposed to cover about 40 sq feet per gallon if applied as a 20mil thick coating. That turned out to be a very accurate figure as I had only a small amount left when I finished.

Here are a couple of pictures of me doing the trim around the edges. That “supervisor” is my good buddy Jim, a retired Navy Master Chief who also helped me with the mixing of the product. After doing the edges and cutting in the opening on the top, I got busy doing the rest of the roof.

I made a mistake thinking I would just pour the stuff on the roof and spread it with the roller. It is too thick to just use a roller and a squeege is needed. You pour a line on an area, spread it out with the squeege and then smooth it with the roller. The stuff is self leveling so you don’t have to worry about ridges or getting it perfectly smooth. The idea is to try to get a nice even coat.

I don’t have any pictures of this process as nobody else would climb up on my roof and my hands were too sticky to operate a camera. This product is very sticky and you must wear old shoes and old clothes as you will get some on you and the equipment. It cleans up with paint thinner or mineral spirits but I just threw out the squeegee and paint brushes and rollers.

Here are a couple of pictures of the finished product. It dries to a kind of semi gloss finish which looks great. It is not quite a shiny now as it looks in the pictures. Another thing is that there are a few spots where the rubber roof seemed to develop bubbles – mostly near the edges on the flat part of the roof as you can see in the 2nd picture below. This is normal according to the manufacturer and should go back down. We’ll see if that happens. Notice that it is applied right over the Eternabond tape that I put on about 5 years ago. That tape still looked like new

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Todd West

Posted on: March 22nd, 2013 by Kellie
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I have a 1996 25 foot camp trailer that has a rubber roof that needed coating. I did a lot of research before deciding on Liquid RV Roof. I already know that EPDM roofs are great and I was very happy when I found this product. The trailer roof had just a few very small holes and one small tear at the edge about 1-inch long. I washed the roof with a high pressure hot water washer and a great degreaser. Almost all of the old coating came off. I chose not to patch or reinforce any of the small holes. I opened and mixed the Liquid RV Roof product as per the instructions. With a friend to help me, we began to apply the thick mixture. It was a breeze to apply. Having a squeegee and roller is key. We applied on a nice cool day at about 70 degrees. We chose to do it in a location free from trees and debris. We applied about three gallons to the roof. (I bought 5 gallons…oops should have measured…not guessed) It only took about 1.5 hours to complete the application including doing the edges with a brush by hand. It took about 72 hours for the wrinkles to flatten. The small tear and pin holes were coated perfectly and sealed great.

Palm Beach Gardens FL.

Posted on: October 16th, 2012 by Kellie

We Received your 1 gallon jug yesterday. Today I reviewed a few of your YouTube videos, I followed them and was amazed how easy it was to apply. My RV is 4 1/2 years old and I developed a small leak, so I decided to seal up all the openings on the roof. It took me a little over and hour, start to finish. It applied so easy and has now relieved my fears of more water coming into my RV. I also love the fact that everything needed was in the box. Awesome product!!!

Glenn C
Palm Beach Gardens FL.

Doug Klem

Posted on: October 16th, 2012 by Kellie

No, I do not mind at all that you use my testimonial on your website.. I hope it reaches other RVers out there who are being misled towards single stage applications that do not last. I received the Liquid Roof today that was ordered Saturday.. GREAT SHIPPING TIME !!!!! The coating will be applied on Sat. and will also be videoed from start to finish and a follow up video and testimony on the Liquid Roof. I also got my boss to order a 5 GAL. kit for his RV. [William Anderson] I will also video that process. My name is Doug Klem and I will be doing the application.. I have 15 years in yacht restoration and was astonished that people I met here in the RV park where I now live were using a single part coating on there rooves and recoating twice a year.. That”s when I got on the internet and found EPDM.. From all my years of working with coatings I know single stage coatings don’t hold up.. I guarantee that if I am satisfied with Liquid Roof you can expect many more orders… Thanks and I will be in touch… 850-417-9195

Jared Contractors

Posted on: October 16th, 2012 by Kellie

Well what can I say the product everything Greg said it would. We have both epdm roof and metal roof about 7500 all in all. Roof looks great we will send pics soon. I was just astonished how easy it went down and as we were rolling it the roller marks jus disappeared. I left the guys there and came back about 3 hours later. They knocked out about 2500 sq ft. and it literally looked like someone put down a 2500 single pieces of material. I wanted to wait a few months until I gave you my feedback and I can say this is the first time in 7 years the client is telling us his roof did not lead during the winter months. We will be ordering more in the spring. I think we will be migrating our coating product over to the Liquid epdm.

Pam from Nevada

Posted on: October 16th, 2012 by Kellie

I am sending this email to sing the praises of Liquid Rubber. My husband died in 2009 of brain cancer just before his retirement leaving me with all of the home maintenance projects he had planned on completing in his retirement. Re-coating our mobile home roof was one such major project. I tackled the project in the same manner I had watched my do it yourself husband complete tasks all his life. I started out at Home Depot and Lowes examining what was available and asking a lot of questions. Our small motor homes roof needed to be re-coated also, and I thought I would start with that to gain confidence and to make sure I was indeed capable of completing the task of the larger project of the mobile home roof. At the home improvement stores I was met with skepticism, encouragement, and amazement. Next, I went online to check out some blogs on people re-coating mobile home and motor home roofs (that strategy I learned from my son) and discovered most were saying the same thing: Liquid Roof is the best. Finding it was not sold in stores, I ordered gallons from you to re-coat the motor home and plunged in. My brother helped me by removing all caulking, patching a ripped portion of the roof, and holding the drill to mix the chemical in the Liquid Rubber, with my father in his 80s pouring in the chemical as I held the gallon can during the mixing. As you can see by the pictures, the motor home roof looks fantastic, the liquid roofing was amazing to work with, my confidence soared and I began work on the mobile home roof with the order of more gallon cans. My main concern was to get the highly weathered edges coated as quickly as possible, and I did complete that project before my father became ill with bladder cancer and my time was invested in caring for him in my home, and then in a nearby long term home before his death in November. Now I am again undertaking the challenge of working on the roof. I am about to order 5 gallon buckets to cover the entire surface. I still have to ascertain how to get the heavy buckets up to the roof but shall find a process eventually. I took these photos of the motor home before and after as your website offered a monetary discount for sending in pictures. I see that it now has changed to video. However, I was glad that I did take the before and after pictures and I could not resist sending these photos anyway, with the tale of the lady and what seems to you a small and simple project, but what seems to me a completely intimidating and overwhelming project that I am able to complete because of the easy application and wonderful leveling aspect of your fantastic product Liquid Rubber! Thank you!

Pam from Nevada

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    • Rick M.

      The epdm rubber roof was easy to work with. I am very pleased after having a leaky roof that will be good for many years to come. Roof had mold on it so we first killed the mold with Clorox and water and scrubbed I down and then cleaned the roof with Dawn dish detergent. Attached are the before and after pictures. ThanksRick M.

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      My 29, RV had a couple leaks, at the front where the aluminum and rubber roof came together under a molding, and under the radio antenna. I purchased the 5 gallon bucket. I mixed as directed, then poured mixed product into another clean bucket, scraped it clean, and mixed a few more minutes. After preparation, I applied the liquid rubber around all edges and roof fixtures, I poured small amounts out of the bucket onto the roof and distributed with squeegee or roller as needed, until product was gone and… Read more

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      My name is Jeremy Berkheimer and I purchased the liquid roof coating earlier this spring. I am attaching the before and after photos of my 38 sandpiper roof. This coating was awesome. It took some real cleaning before hand and a I got a bit of extra exercise spreading it but the finished product seems well worth it. Thanks!

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