Commercial Roofing Systems
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.
In addition, Conklin provides a comprehensive Roof Systems Training program which, along with continued technical support for Conklin Contractors, is key to ensuring the performance of Conklin roofs.
7 Ways Our Systems Can Benefit You
- Energy Efficient
- 18 year Labor & Materials Warranty
- Cost Effective
- Free Estimates
Conklin and Omega are proud to be partners of the EPA’s ENERGY STAR program; our white roof systems meet the EPA’s stringent guidelines for energy efficiency, and help to protect the environment in a number of ways by:
- Decreasing the energy required to cool the building, resulting in less air pollution.
- Reducing the amount of roofing materials discarded into landfills with exceptional sustainability.
- Minimizing summertime heat island effects in city environments, slowing down the formation of smog.
Spray Polyurethane foam roofing is a material that is sprayed as a liquid so it can expand into a foam, creating a solid layer across an existing roof. Spray Foam can be used to solve your commercial building's toughest challenges, inside and out.
A complete waterproofing system for metal roofs that inhibits rust, stops leaks and provides an energy efficient, long-lasting and attractive finish coat for years of service. The entire surface of the roof is protected with Conklin's industry-leading coatings.
Single Ply is a complete roof system. It is created from strong and flexible membranes composed predominantly of synthetic polymer. When combined with insulation and continuous support, they form a very durable roof system.
Membrane roofing is a type of roofing system for buildings and tanks. It is used to move water off the roof. Membrane roofs are most commonly made from synthetic rubber, thermoplastic, or modified bitumen. Membrane roofs are most commonly used in commercial application.
A fabric reinforced roofing system combines the leak-resistant seamless membrane of a liquid-applied system with the toughness and tensile strength of a single-ply system. This gives extra strength to the finished watertight coating membrane without adding significant weight.