A fabric – reinforced ply roofing system combines the leak-resistant seamless membrane of a liquid-applied system with the toughness and a tensile strength of a single-ply system. The reinforced fabric gives extra strength to the finished watertight coating membrane without adding significant weight. With its reflective, energy-saving white top coat, your finished ply system stands up against tough weather and offers strong long-lasting protection.Conklin revolutionized the commercial roofing industry when we introduced white acrylic Fabric Reinforced Coating Systems some thirty years ago. Even back then we knew that white roof surfaces reflect more of the sun’s heat rays than darker ones do. So white roofs stay naturally cooler – saving building owners up to 30% in cooling costs annually.
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Twelve years ago, I built a four-plex rental complex unit. I wanted to put on a system that I could put on and never have to look at it again.That system Rapid Roof. We’ve had a lot of hail storms on the roof and it has never had any problems. It’s fantastic.
rental property owner, Sturgis, SD
Anyone who has doubts whether a white roof coating makes a difference should have been in our building on a 100-degree summer day. Usually, the air conditioner struggles and it gets very hot in the shop. However, with our new white roof from Conklin, our air conditioners were cycling and customers and employees were commenting how nice it was in the building.
Last fall, we put on our thirteenth Conklin roof since 1983 and all are without a leak. This is a multimillion-dollar development: some of the condominiums sell for over $300,000. We can’t afford leaks. I would recommend this system to anyone with a flat roof that doesn’t want to be bothered with leaks.
Conklin’s spray foam roofing system minimized the messy tear-off and the high cost of material disposal at the local landfill. I’m happy with the successful roofing application and love the idea that I have the best and brightest roof in town
Tom Banks, developer of 85,000 square-foot retail shopping center and residential housing project in West Jefferson, NC