UKFR - ROOFING AND INSULATION SPECIALISTS
Get the most from your ClassicBond system with compatible accessories designed to make installation as easy as possible. Whether you're adjoining sheets, detailing roof corners or installing drain outlets, you can find what you need at UKFR. Ensure longevity today with our selection of high-quality ClassicBond EPDM accessories.
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When installing the ClassicBond EPDM system, you need compatible accessories.
At UKFR, we have a wide collection of essential ClassicBond EPDM accessories designed to make installation and repair as easy as possible. We stock everything to fill your project with confidence, from EPDM corner flashings and roof cover tape to flat roof breather vents and paving slab supports.
These are highly durable, reliable and flexible, so no matter the size or shape of your roof, you can extend its lifespan with ease.
At UKFR, we make it our number one goal to provide customers with everything they need for a safe & multi-decade-lasting flat roof system. We have hundreds of happy customers all across the UK shopping with us every month, which is reflected in our "Excellent" trust pilot rating. Order with confidence today!
We have a team of experts on hand ready to help you with your project, so if you have any questions or need any help with your order, please get in touch with us.
ClassicBond is a popular choice amongst roofers and is recognised as one of the most reliable, durable and sustainable systems for flat roofs with a proven life expectancy of over 50 years.
ClassicBond accessories are designed with ClassicBond EPDM systems in mind. It is always best practice to use system specific accessories and adhesives when installing an EPDM flat roof. Using the ClassicBond EPDM accessories or adhesives on a different system is likely to void any system guarantees and can cause a failed installation
The decision is entirely dependent on how bad the damages are. Most of the time, it will be easier and far more cost-effective to repair the damages instead of replacing the system entirely.
For small punctures or pin hole damage you can use the combination of: