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Membrane Roof Coatings

Conklin Membrane Coating System

 A roof membrane is a type of roof system use mostly on commercial and industrial buildings. Membranes are made from synthetic rubbers and thermoplastics creating a water tight barrier.  The most common membranes used today are TPO, PVC, EPDM, and Modified Bitumen. 


Membrane roof systems are great, but they do have common problems. One of the main issues are at the membrane seams. The membrane becomes weathered and the seam will separate causing a leak.  Other problems with membrane are deterioration, cracks, and build up of dirt losing the effectiveness.

  
With its seamless, leak-proof acrylic, a Conklin Membrane Roof Coating System will function as a layer of protection against these issues. Also, by extending the life and reinforcing the seams of the existing membrane roof, it will add decades to the existing roof.  Membrane coating is applied in four simple steps and involves no down time in your every day production.


Dynasty offers 3 distinct membrane coating systems for your next commercial roof project.

  • Rapid Roof III coating system (10-year warranty) 
  • Benchmark coating system (12-year warranty)
  • Puma XL coating system (18-year warranty)

Our membrane roof coating system is a fraction of the cost of a full roof replacement. It saves on labor, disposal fees, and extra materials cost. Membrane coating can save up to 30% in cooling costs by reducing energy consumption. In most cases an all white roof coating will pay for itself in 5-7 years.  

4-Step Process for Membrane Coatings

Step 1

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Power wash and scrub membrane roof with WAC-II. WAC II powers away dirt and leaves no residue making a clean surface for optimal adhesion.  

Step 2

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Prime the roof membrane with Tack-Coat. Tack Coat quickly and effectively prepares the membrane and promotes  

Step 3

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 Reinforce seams with base coat and fabric. This adds ultimate flexibility and strength to the seams 

Step 4

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 Sealing up the membrane roof with a waterproof topcoat.