Precision Roofing and Coatings is proud to utilize only Conklin products in their roofing solutions.
Back in 1977, Conklin formulated acrylic roofing coatings, which offer superior protection against the elements and provide substantial energy efficiency. Since that time, many companies have entered the cool, reflective roof coatings market; however, no other company offers what Conklin does. Conklin Roofing Systems combine superior-quality products with over 30 years of tested, proven, and trusted performance to deliver unsurpassed value for building owners, property managers, and contractors alike
The bottom line is that a roof is a long-term investment — not just another expense. You can be sure that Conklin Roofing Systems are a smart investment to keep your bottom line strong.
White Roofs Drive Energy Costs Down
Highly reflective “cool” roofs are having their day in the sun. During the warmest weather, studies have indicated that they lower roof temperatures by up to 40% and decrease the amount of heat transferred into a building’s interior. That helps reduce energy needs for cooling, and using less energy not only saves money it also reduces the amount of pollutants released into the atmosphere. Conklin Roofing Systems meet the very highest standard for energy efficiency.
What Conklin Cool Roofs do for you
- Reduce air conditioning bills
- Increase roof durability
- Lower air temperature surrounding air conditioning unit
- Help lower the heat island effect
- Provide sustainable roofing systems
- Re-coating the existing roof reduces the amount of landfill waste
Black surfaces in the sun can become up to 90 F hotter than the most reflective white surfaces (LBNL Heat Island Group).
- Increase occupant comfort by keeping the building cooler during hot summer months.
- Cut costs by reducing the need for air-conditioning and extending the life of the cooling equipment. Studies have shown typical cooling energy savings of 10-30%.
- Cut costs by decreasing roof maintenance costs (cool roofs are expected to last longer than the average roof).
- Address air pollution and Global Warming concerns by lowering CO2 and other emissions associated with fossil fuel-generated electricity used for air conditioning.
- Reduce the “Urban Heat Island Effect” by reflecting heat back to the atmosphere. An Urban Heat Island occurs when a city is hotter than the surrounding rural areas due to dark surfaces, like roofs and roads that absorb heat from the sun, and less shading vegetation.
- Help with local code compliance since a growing number of building codes have cool roof requirements.
- Energy Rebates may be available from local utility companies.
Nationwide implementation of cool roofs could mean an annual savings of $1 billion in cooling costs (LBNL Heat Island Group).