What Our Customers Are Saying?
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.
David R. D
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
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:
- If possible do not park under a tree
- Do not apply if the wind is going to pick up
- 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
5000 sq ft concrete roof
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.
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
Doug T Nixa, MO
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
Resort Property (Mexico)
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.
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.
Aaron F Franklin Virginia
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
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.
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
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!
Glenn L. A
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.
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.
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
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
Pensacola, FL 32534