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Should You Invest in a Rubber Roof?

Should You Invest in a Rubber Roof?

Are you tired of your current roof? Are you looking for ways to reduce maintenance costs or lower energy bills? Rubber roofs are an option that is worth considering! Snow Roofing and Exteriors can help you out. We provide all types of roofing solutions to fit your needs and desires. Let’s take a look at some of the pros of a rubber roof to see if it is the right fit for your home.

What Is a Rubber Roof?

A rubber roof is made out of rubber or plastic polymers or both. The materials are made out of recycled materials, such as tires, sawdust, and slate dust. As you can see, this route is an eco-friendly solution. Another reason people lean towards rubber roofs is that they are a solution to reducing leaks and producing more impenetrable sealing. 

What Are the Benefits of This Roofing Solution?


Most asphalt shingle roofs last around 15 to 30 years. However, rubber roofs last from 30 to 50 years. And do you know what makes them better? There is very little maintenance needed to upkeep them. If the roof is installed correctly, you can rest assured that it will be with our expert crew, then you might never experience any cracking or leaking at all. And even if there is a crack, it’s an easy fix. We can most likely take care of it by covering it with a latex sealant.


Rubber roofs are very resistant to thermal shock. This is a huge relief, especially because of the Texas summers. During the day, the heat is burning your roof. However, the temperature can drop dramatically at night. This causes thermal shock. Your roof may become brittle and crack because of the drastic changes in temperature. However, rubber roofs are built to withstand these temperatures.


Rubber shingles are more resistant to weather than other types of roofing materials. They are less likely to crack in extreme weather conditions. Rubber shingles are beneficial for flat or low-pitch roofs that traditional shingles have trouble protecting. This is because of the lack of gravitational pull. If you have a flat roof, it is more susceptible to water damage because water doesn’t run off as quickly as it does with steeper roofs. 


A rubber roof is almost impossible to set afire. Even if lightning struck your roof, rubber is actively resistant to the fire and would help slow it down while help is on the way. This roof is considered an EPDM roof and you might be able to reduce your insurance rate for installing it.

Saves You Energy

A rubber roof reflects the sun’s heat, which will help you save considerably on air conditioning costs. This type of roof also insulates your home, so it traps heat and reduces your energy costs during the colder months. 

Get in Touch with Snow Roofing and Exteriors

If you are looking to install a rubber roof, there’s no need to look any further. Snow Roofing and Exteriors has you covered. Our roofers are experts at what they do, and they will install or repair your roof in a timely manner. Give us a call today to get started!