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There are many types of roof systems available, but the surface exposed to the sun is the one that determines if a roof is cool or not. You can usually make a new or existing roof cool by selecting the appropriate surface.
Cool roof coatings are white or special reflective pigments that reflect sunlight. Coatings are like very thick paints that can protect the roof surface from ultra-violet (UV) light and chemical damage, and some offer water protection and restorative features. Products are available for most roof types.
A cool roof does not necessarily cost more than a non-cool roof, especially if you are installing a new roof or replacing an existing one. However, converting a standard roof that's in good condition into a cool roof can be expensive. Major roof costs include upfront installation (materials and labor) and ongoing maintenance (repair, recoating, and cleaning). Additional cool roof costs include specialized materials and labor.
Cool roofs can save money several ways, including energy savings, rebates and incentives, HVAC equipment downsizing, and extended roof lifetime.
Back in 1977, Conklin formulated acrylic roof coatings, which offer superior protection against the elements and provide substantial energy efficiency. Conklin’s innovations in the commercial roofing industry moved the company forward while its competitors were still in the lab. Since that time, many companies have entered the cool, reflective roof market; however, no other company offers the superior value and performance of a Conklin roof. Conklin Roofing Systems combine superior-quality products with over 35 years of tested, proven, and trusted performance to deliver unsurpassed value for building owners, property managers, and contractors alike.