Premium polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) membrane systems that offer outstanding reflectivity and are resistant to a broad range of chemicals, helping to extend the life of the commercial roof. During installation, single-ply membrane rolls are overlapped and heat welded together along with mechanically-fastening or fully-adhering with adhesive to form an exceptionally durable, waterproof, and energy-efficient shield that will deliver unsurpassed building protection for years to come.

Look forward to years of trouble-free protection, low maintenance
Conklin’s single-ply membrane roofing systems provide leakfree protection and exceptional energy savings for years. They maintain maximum reflectivity and energy savings, because their surfaces are resistant to dirt and discoloration. Annual cleaning is all that’s needed to keep them white.

Dramatically reduce cooling costs
The average roof absorbs a large portion of the sun’s ultraviolet rays as heat. Conklin’s white, single-ply membrane systems reflect up to 89% of the sun’s heat, cooling your building and saving you significant dollars in air conditioning costs.*
*Reflectivity value noted is in reference to Flexion® XL PVC single-ply membrane.

Flexion® XL and OUTPOST®
The next generation of high-performance, single-ply membrane roofing technology has arrived!
These Elvaloy®-modified PVC and TPO single-ply membranes provide rugged protection from the elements. Their unique chemical formulations are naturally fire and chemical-resistant, making Flexion XL and OUTPOST excellent choices for both new and re-roofing applications.

• Excellent flexibility and elongation creates ease of handling and welding.
• Tremendous tear and puncture strength.
• Kevlar® selvage edge provides powerful holding strength for plates and fasteners.
• High-performance formulation ensures superior reflectivity along with chemical and dirt resistance.

Advantages of Conklin’s Single-Ply Membrane Systems:
• Stops leaks with superior waterproofing
• Provides first-rate resistance to wind and hail
• UL fire rated
• Increases energy efficiency and lowers utility expense
• Can be applied in all seasons, performs in all climates
• 20-year and 25-year warranties available

Eliminate future roof tear-offs
Years from now, when it’s time to renew the superior protection of your Conklin roof, our Single-Ply Membrane Coating System will do the job. Conklin’s acrylic, silicone and urethane coatings provide a new, cost-efficient solution for repairing and preserving approved membranes, resulting in improved energy savings and renewed roof lifespan. In most cases, multiple recoats can be applied for as long as you own your building, saving you the expense of a new roof. With each recoat, our material warranty* may also be extended.

Recoup your costs
A great return on investment is another important reason to choose Conklin’s Single-Ply Membrane System. Many satisfied customers discover that a Conklin roof system lowers air conditioning costs and can pay for itself during the warranty* period. Federal tax rebates, tax credits and deductions may also offset your investment. In many cases, the government considers recoating a procedure that can be deducted as a maintenance cost. Check with your local utility company, tax advisor, and for additional details.

Enjoy peace of mind with our warranty* program
Conklin’s optional single-ply membrane systems warranty program offers both limited, non-prorated material warranties* and also manufacturer-backed material and labor warranties*.

Flat Roof “ponding water” Project

These building owners had no idea of the massive amounts of water collecting on their roof. They knew they had leaks but needed a professional to assess their roof. This liability called “roof ponding” can weight several tons and cause massive damage. After showing them the pics and calculating the excessive weight on their flat roof they decided to protect their investment with a new tapered PVC membrane roof. We brought them up to code and gave them peace of mind.

Tons of water on top of roof could not drain due to ponding. Ponding water is no longer acceptable in the industry or by the International Code Council. Ponding water can have a negative effect on any of today’s roofing systems and should be avoided at all times.

Over the years, many questions have been asked concerning ponding water and what type of long-term effect this water has on a roof. One of the biggest concerns can be weight; ponding water weighs approximately 5 lbs. per inch, per each square foot of roof surface. For example, a 20’x20′ ponding area at 1″ deep would equal 400 total square feet at 5 lbs. per foot, or a roof live weight of 2,000 pounds! That can be an additional ONE TON of live roof load adding stress to your building’s roof!

The above roof had more than 75’x35′ at 2-3″ deep in some areas. You do the math….