Make sure you have the rubber roofing tools required to complete your EPDM roof.
Our range of specialist roofing tools is precisely designed to ensure you get the best result when laying your EPDM roof and completing any detail work. We have flat roofing tools, such as the EPDM seam roller tool in a range of options. These roofing tools help ensure you get a smooth finish when completing intricate parts of your roofing work. The rollers allow you to apply the right amount of pressure to tape sealants and flashing, this helps with making things watertight.
A Range of Tools for Rubber Roofing
A silicone seam roller is a specialist roofing tool used for roofing installation work. Its primary function is to press down on and smooth out seams and edges on roofing materials such as EPDM. This is an ideal rubber roofing tool with a soft, non-marring silicone roller that is gentle on surfaces, preventing damage or scratches to the material being worked on. The handle is typically made of a quality material such as wood, which provides a comfortable grip and allows for better control of the tool. With its ability to create even and consistent pressure, a silicone seam roller is a valuable tool for roofing professionals who want to achieve a flawless and long-lasting finish whilst protecting the membrane during detailing work.
The DIY seam roller is an inexpensive alternative to professional-grade seam silicone rollers. This tool is typically made with a harder plastic roller. Although it may not have the same quality and durability as a silicone seam roller, it can be a suitable option for small roofing projects or for those on a tight budget. While this tool is not as efficient at applying consistent pressure, it can still be used for basic seam and edge rolling tasks, as a valuable flat roofing tool.
A penny roller a simple roofing device which can apply pressure to the roofing material for intricate detailing work. Its compact size and precision make it ideal for rolling out small areas and tight spaces such as around chimneys, vents, and skylights. The roller can be used to ensure proper adhesion and smooth out any bubbles or wrinkles in the roofing material.