Fabric Reinforced Membrane Roofing
Rugged, hail-rated roof lowers energy costs Conklin’s Fabric-Reinforced Membrane Roofing System will give your building trouble-free protection. It waterproofs with a seamless acrylic coating in which a tough, flexible fabric is embedded. This combination makes a rugged, yet lightweight membrane that resists splitting and rupturing – the primary cause of leaks. This system also substantially increases the strength of your roof, extends its life expectancy, and increases the energy efficiency of the building.
Advantages of the Fabric-Reinforced Membrane Roofing System:
- Stops leaks with superior waterproofing.
- Offers excellent wind and hail protection.
- Increases energy efficiency and lowers utility expense with its cool, white reflective surface.
- Extends the life of the existing roof.
Fabric Reinforced Membrane Roofing System
This special fabric reinforced roofing system substantially increases the strength and durability of the roofing system. This results in a membrane that resists splitting and rupturing, adding to the life expectancy of the roof.
The fabric reinforcement increases the strength of the membrane, being a Marine grade Fabric with Kevlar material will resists splitting and rupturing along the seams and protrusions where metal roofs usually develop leaks.
To further reduce the risk of leaks, all fasteners are sealed with Conklin's Kwik Kaulk® (Fastener Grade). A reflective, white top coat across the entire roof lowers cooling costs, and reduces expansion and contraction from thermal shock.
“Compared to a conventional asphalt roof, Conklin’s Fabric-Reinforced Roofing System is a much better choice for building owners. It’s easier and faster to apply than asphalt, so there’s less disruption of business, and it keeps the building cooler so that energy costs are lower. In fact, it can pay for itself in energy savings over time. Plus, it’s better for the environment, because it doesn’t contain the toxic chemicals found in hot asphalt. Overall, it’s a smart decision.”
~ Virgil S., Illinois