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Firestone Adhesives

Firestone EPDM roofing systems are popular among roofers, and recognised as an extremely reliable, durable and sustainable roofing system. Firestone roofing systems are ideal for flat roofs, with a proven life expectancy of over 50 years - and Firestone EPDM adhesives are highly required for securing Firestone systems.

All of our available adhesive products are suitable for all types of Firestone EPDM membranes, ensuring that systems are secured tightly. With benefits such as easy-to-use features and affordability, our choices of Firestone adhesives are ideal for roofers that want to deliver a strong, long-lasting flat roof.

Take a look at our selection below.


Our selection of Firestone EPDM adhesives are compatible for the Firestone roofing system only, so it is essential to use them for roofers who are delivering a Firestone flat roof.



    Insulation allows the flow of air and heat inside a home. If a house is properly insulated, houses will be able to retain warmth and thus keep away from the cold.

    Insulation also has benefits during the summer as it has fantastic thermal properties which prevents warm air from outside from entering the property and keeps the cool air from escaping.

    There are three main types of insulation, foam boards such as PIR, fibreglass and mineral wool.

    Roof insulation allows optimal air and heat circulation around your home. Insulation between the joists keeps warmth in your living space below, creating a colder loft. Insulation in the rafters allows you to instead create and keep warmth in the house.

    This can be effective for heating costs and energy efficiency as well.

    See our range of Loft Roll Here

    Yes! Considering the weather in the UK and its seasons, the weather can often be too hot or too cold. Investing in roof insulation can have plenty of benefits and very few risks.

    Roof insulation, when installed correctly, can last for 35 - 40 years depending on the status of the roof. It is an effective way to reduce heat loss and therefore reduce heating bills.