Are you looking to start a new business in a growing industry? Or maybe looking to expand your existing business by offering additional products to your customers? EPDM rubber surfacing or Rubber paving training might be just what you need!

Online Demonstration $395.00 +tax divided into two parts: theoretical and practical.
This is the first step before being able to attend our hands-on training in person or to receive training in rubber paving.


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Whether it is for a new business venture or a personal DIY project, EPDM rubber surfacing training is a great place to start. It requires the least start-up costs and offers a variety of installation options such as pool areas, balconies, steps, gym floors, indoor garages and more.
Rubber paving, the eco-friendly driveway application, involves more equipment and more extensive training and startup costs compared to EPDM rubber surfacing. However, for individuals wishing to focus their business on an innovative type of paving method, this training will provide you with great opportunities in this trending industry.

The theoretical component will teach you:

  • Characteristics of EPDM rubber surfacing
  • Characteristics of Rubber paving
  • Differences between EPDM and recycled CSBR rubber
  • Characteristics of synthetic EPDM granules
  • Characteristics of recycled CSBR granules
  • EPDM installation method
  • Visual representation of Rubber paving installation
  • How to choose the right granule
  • Risks of using inappropriate rubber granules
  • Various types of binders and their attributes
  • Binder dosage and application
  • The importance of priming the surface
  • The purpose of trowel lubricant
  • How to make your installation waterproof
  • Required safety equipment
  • How to repair a poured-in-place rubber surface
  • How to prepare a surface before EPDM installation
  • How to calculate the material needed for an installation
  • Basic tools required to install an EPDM rubber surface
  • How to promote your business in poured rubber installation

The practical component will teach you:

  • Which mixer to use for proper blending
  • The right ratio of granules to binder
  • How to prepare the granule mixture
  • Basic principles for a successful mixture
  • How to prepare the matrix
  • Matrix application method
  • The correct amount of matrix to apply
  • Mistakes to avoid when applying the matrix
  • How and where to apply the primer
  • Principle of granule installation on stairs
  • The two-trowel method
  • Mistakes to avoid during granule installation
  • How to install granules vertically
  • How to install granules on bullnoses
  • How to repair imperfections
  • How to perform the final compression
  • Principle of granule installation on a flat surface
  • How to apply primer on a flat surface
  • How to apply granules on a flat surface
  • How to use trowel lubricant
  • Principle of the “Tic Tac Toe” compression method
  • Different finishes for pool edges

We are aware of the risks involved in entering this field and the costly mistakes that can follow. Many have tried, thinking that installing rubber was child’s play. That’s why we created this online demonstration, to provide you with the tools you need to avoid making the same mistakes. You will learn the basics of rubber, where to install it and where not to, the tools you need, installation methods, and much more.

Items included in the toolbox and materials kit.

  • Marshalltown trowel 16’’x4’’ rounded/square
  • 1 trowel 10’’x3’’
  • 1 square trowel 5’’x2’’
  • Wooden step kit
  • 2 bags of EPDM granules
  • Binders for mixing
  • Matrix powder container (for vertical)
  • Trowel lubricant
  • Buckets of different sizes
  • Lubricant roller
  • Primer roller

This option to purchase a kit for $250.00 + tax is designed for those who want to practice installing in the comfort of their home or are unable to attend our Training Center in Laval, Quebec. When you check ‘yes’ to this request, an invoice will be sent to you, including the delivery charges to your home. Once the invoice is paid, your kit will be sent out as soon as possible.