Fabric Reinforced Roofing

Fabric Reinforced Roofing

A unique system that 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.

Look forward to years of trouble-free protection, low maintenance

Conklin’s Fabric-Reinforced Roofing System provides leak-free protection and exceptional energy savings for years. It maintains maximum reflectivity and energy savings because its surfaces are resistant to dirt and discoloration. Annual or bi-annual cleaning is all that’s needed to keep it white.

Eliminate future roof tear-offs

Years from now, when it’s time to renew the superior protection of your Conklin roof, a simple recoat will do the job. In most cases, multiple recoats can be done for as long as you own your building, saving you the expense of a new roof. With your recoat, our material warranty* may also be extended.

Rugged roof stands the test of time

Conklin’s Fabric-Reinforced Roofing System is tough and flexible; it is recommended for both new and existing roofs. This extra-durable system will deliver these benefits for years to come:

  • 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 your existing roof.

Fabric Reinforced Roofing is a unique roofing system that incorporates a flexible fabric membrane embedded in a liquid-applied roofing material, such as silicone or acrylic coating. This fabric reinforcement provides additional strength and durability to the roofing system, making it highly resistant to tears, punctures, and weathering. Compared to traditional roofing systems, Fabric Reinforced Roofing offers enhanced flexibility, seamless coverage, and improved resistance to leaks and water infiltration.

When properly installed and maintained, Fabric Reinforced Roofing can last upwards of 15 to 20 years or more. Maintenance for Fabric Reinforced Roofing typically involves regular inspections to check for signs of wear or damage, such as tears or cracks in the membrane, and addressing any issues promptly to prevent further deterioration. Additionally, periodic cleaning and recoating of the roofing surface can help extend its lifespan and ensure continued performance.

Yes, Fabric Reinforced Roofing is considered environmentally friendly for several reasons. Firstly, many fabric reinforcement materials used in these roofing systems are made from recyclable or sustainable materials, reducing their environmental impact. Additionally, Fabric Reinforced Roofing can improve the energy efficiency of commercial buildings by providing excellent insulation and reflecting sunlight, which reduces the demand for heating and cooling and lowers energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.

Fabric Reinforced Roofing offers cost-effective benefits compared to traditional roofing systems. While the initial installation cost may be slightly higher than some roofing materials, such as EPDM or TPO, Fabric Reinforced Roofing provides significant long-term savings. Its durability, resistance to leaks, and low maintenance requirements result in reduced repair and replacement expenses over the lifespan of the roof. Additionally, the energy-saving properties of Fabric Reinforced Roofing can lead to lower utility bills, further enhancing its cost-effectiveness.

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