By adding SPF to a traditional built-up or single-ply roof, a seamless solution will be created that prevents water from pooling and causing leaks. This will save business owners from potentially time-consuming and expensive repairs. SPF’s two-inch membrane is thick enough that when it is punctured, the damaged area and can be easily repaired with caulk, preventing further damages. Because there is such little risk for damage, companies can enjoy the decreased repair costs. Additionally, the superior insulation this coating provides means your HVAC system will not have to work as hard — saving you money and extending the lifespan of your HVAC units.
Pequea Valley Exteriors trusts Conklin products because they have a reputation for efficiency and durability. We have seen the successful application of Conklin’s SPF System on a variety of roofing types. This material acts as a seamless barrier that insulates and waterproofs your roof to save energy costs.
Our team realizes the value of these products as well as the ease and cost efficiency of their installation. Cost savings is achieved through the ability of SPF to be applied directly onto existing roofs. This shortens the timeline of installation, reduces the disturbance to the business, and eliminates large removal and disposal costs.
Our team recommends application of this elastomeric roof coating over these surfaces:
- Modified Bitumen
- Composite Decking
Pequea Valley Exteriors has been serving the mid-Atlantic region for years and has a reputation for being one of the area’s top roofing contractors. This reputation comes from our attention to detail and professionalism. We strive to provide solutions that are customer-focused, on-time, and under budget. You can rest assured knowing if you work with the Pequea Valley Exteriors team, you will be involved in every step of the project process and will be satisfied with the results. Give us a call today to learn more about the benefits of our Conklin SPF products or to get started on your commercial roof restoration today!