EPDM Roofing Restoration Systems
An EPDM roof is primarily designed for flat or low-slope roofing structures. While traditional shingles or rolled roofing may not perform well on flat roofs, rubber is bonded at the seams with heat to create a continuous barrier. This allows EPDM roofing to keep water from penetrating the roof structure and leaking into the commercial building. Rubber roofing also helps to protect the commercial building against wind and other exterior elements.
EPDM / Mod-Bit Coating System
With Conklin's innovative roof recoating systems, you can actually extend the life of your existing EPDM or Modified Bitumen roofing system and save on energy costs at the same time. An EPDM coating system is an effective and economical alternative to a complete tear. Conklin's elastomeric roof coatings provide cost-effective roof restoration for approved single-ply substrates, resulting in improved energy savings, and years of new life for an old roof!
Adding a white, energy efficient, lightweight coating on top of your current black EPDM roof is the smart choice for a number of reasons. You can:
- Possibly avoid the expensive tear-off and haul away of your existing roof and the tremendous workplace disruption it causes.
- Potentially save enough in cooling costs to pay for your recoat within just 7 years! With Energy-Star rated white top coats, they reflect up to 85% of the suns heat rays, cooling your roof and building naturally so you spend up to 30% less on air conditioning.
- Possibly qualify for new federal tax credits and/or rebates earmarked for energy efficient projects.
Today there are millions of square feet of heavy, black BUR and Mod. Bit. roofs in serious decline due to age and the effects of thermal expansion.
Miller's Commercial Roofing can apply one of Conklin's lightweight, white, reflective coatings directly on top of existing substrates, allowing Ohio commercial building owners to save substantial time and money.
- Highly reflective
- Cooler roof surface
- Extended roof life
- Energy Efficient