Rubber roof repair and restoration (epdm)
Many commercial real estate owners or managers have opted for Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer rubber roofing (known as EPDM) on account of its typical longevity, protection against all manner of weather conditions, and its resistance against fire, among other benefits. Depending on the thickness of its rubber material, EPDM rubber roofing can normally be estimated to last 12 to 25 years.
However, like most roofing systems, rubber roofing is prone to wear-and-tear and will eventually shrink and crack, due to the results of harsh weather or UV ray exposure.
It is times such as these that replacement of the whole roof may seem like the only option. However, roof replacement can be time-consuming, expensive, and hardly a guarantee that future issues won’t take place.
Huge Savings with Rubber Roof Restoration
By opting for our Conklin rubber roof restoration systems, you’ll generate huge savings by avoiding expensive roof replacement. Our Conklin acrylic roof coating system will give your existing rubber roof a seamless, leak-free protection that is more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly.
NO MESSY ROOF TEAR-OFF
No down time, no landfill waist, less labor cost and much less mess.
INCREASED ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Reduced energy costs by up to 15% annually, including in cold seasons. Reduce rooftop temperature by up to 80°
SUPER TIGHT SEAL
Guaranteed to seal up your existing rubber roof and eliminate leaks, cracks, and headaches down the road.
How does it work?
Our EPDM rubber roof resurfacing system works best when your roof is properly prepared before the final installation. We use a proven 3-step process to ensure a truly waterproof seal for decades of reliability.
STEP 1: CLEAN & PRIME
First, we thoroughly clean your roof's surface, removing loose dirt and debris. Next we apply a Tak Coat primer to make the coating adhere to the roof.
STEP 2: SEAL AND REINFORCE SEAMS
Next we seal any cracks or gaps with a special rubber sealer and holds up to expansion and contractions that occur with changes in weather.
STEP 3: SEAL THE ENTIRE ROOF
The last step is to spray the entire roof with Conklin's acrylic roof coating. This provides a beautiful white surface that reflects heat and seals your building.
“Last fall, we put on our thirteenth Conklin roof since 1983 and all are without a leak. This is a multi-million dollar development: some of the condominiums sell for over $300,000. We can’t afford leaks. I recommend this system to anyone with a flat roof that doesn’t want to be bothered with leaks.” –Ken H.