In 1977, Conklin formulated acrylic roof coatings, which offer superior protection against the elements and provide substantial energy efficiency. Conklin’s innovations in the commercial roofing industry moved the company forward while its competitors were still in the lab. Since that time, many companies have entered the cool, reflective roof market; however, no other company offers the superior value and performance of a Conklin roof. Conklin Roofing Systems combine superior-quality products with over 35 years of tested, proven, and trusted performance to deliver unsurpassed value for building owners, property managers, and contractors alike.
The bottom line is that a roof is a long-term investment – not just another expense. And whether you’re a building owner or facility manager, you can be sure that Conklin Five Star Roofing Systems are a smart investment to keep your bottom line strong.
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PUMA Top Coat is a high performance, two-component, UV resistant, methyl methacrylate waterproofing resin. The AlphaGuard PUMA system is ideal for restoration, repair and waterproofing of a variety of roofing systems and can be used as the primary roofing system in IRMA and vegetative roof assemblies.
PUMA Primer is a methyl-methacrylate (MMA), two-component primer for porous and non-porous substrates. TREMprime VB Primer is a two-component, epoxy-based, solvent-free vapor barrier primer for concrete and plywood surfaces.
SpunFlex & SpunFlex II Fabric Reinforcement are Conklin’s 100% knit polyester fabrics. These fabric reinforcements form a membrane of phenomenal tensile and tear strength when embedded into certain Conklin roof coatings and thereby add years of life to the roofing system.
A roofing base sheet is the bottom waterproofing layer on a multilayer roofing membrane system. It is made of fiberglass or reinforced polyester, or composite reinforcement and is saturated/coated with modified bitumen asphalt. The base sheet provides waterproofing and a top surface that can bond with the cap sheet.
Coating will extend the life of the roof, by reducing heat transfer into the building, decreasing thermal shock (thermal expansion and contraction of the roof membrane), and helping to mitigate leaks. Reflective coatings also can reduce heat energy costs and improve the aesthetics of the roof.