Rubber on a low slope roof is a great roofing product, but none of the major MFG's (Carlise, Firestone, Manville) offer material warranties on residential installations. Most (not all) installs I see on residences lack all the components that are required for a good install. RTS strips in wall, proper drip edge strip in, lack of primmer in seams and not fully adhering are some of the short cuts that will cause E.P.D.M. to fail. Single ply products are meant for commercial applications and homeowners have a tendency to walk on roofing, I have seen homeowners walk on roofs with golf shoes on.
Certainteed, Flintlastic GAF, Liberty and ABC's, Mulehide are great roll roofing products meant for residential applications and have residential warranties. They consist of a self adhering base sheet and a modified bitumen cap sheet. This is basically a shingle that comes in a roll form.
Any roof installation is only as good as the installer putting it on. If the installer short cuts the installation by not using all the components, it will adversely compromise the ability of the product to be a serviceable system.