For business owners looking for a cost-effective solution to lengthen the life of their roof, we offer an exceptionally durable choice in our Conklin single-ply roofing systems. This type of roofing system greatly reinforces an existing roof for the long term, provides strong resistance to discoloration and dirt build-up, and generates greater efficiency in a commercial building than it enjoyed before the system’s application.
Having been used for 40 years, Conklin’s single-ply roofing is a trusted solution by architects, building owners, plant managers, and roofing contractors nationwide on account of its demonstrated performance track record. Conklin manufactures and provides two single-ply roofing options, Flexion and Hy-Crown.
Enjoy decades of waterproof protection with a leak-free guarantee!
The Flexion membrane reflects 83% of UV rays, reducing wear and tear and providing significant energy savings over the life of your roof.
Our single-ply membrane system is UL Fire rated and performs well in any climate. Comes with first-class wind resistance.
Our single-ply membrane system works best when your roof is properly prepared before the final installation. We use a proven 4-step process to ensure a truly waterproof seal for decades of reliability.
First, we thoroughly clean your roof's surface, removing loose dirt and debris. Then we apply board stock to create a strong, smooth surface for membrane installation.
Next, we'll install the membrane in precise overlapping areas that face the direction of the water run-off. This prevents standing water from pooling on your roof.
At this point we'll weld each overlapping layer using a robotic welder. This creates a tight seal for complete waterproof protection.
Finally, we seal every edge, nook and cranny of your roof with weatherproofing urethane sealant that ensures a tight seal around all edges and roof joints.
"Conklin's Single Ply Membrane Roofing Systems can be applied almost year-round. Typically they add about two months to either end of our roofing season – plus they stand up to another Montana weather hazard: hail storms. I've applied single-ply roofs that have been through baseball-size hail and high winds with no damage!" -Ernie C., Montana