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This is an extremely interesting company. They are cutting the cost of commercial roof repairs by as much as 50% and giving exceptional warranties to go along with it. I am very impressed!
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Roof Top Thermal Imaging | South Florida

Flat Roof Thermal Imaging | Flat Roof Leaks

Flat roof leaks are typically very difficult to determine the source and severity of the leak. With roof top thermal imaging we can determine where your roof is leaking from and how large the leak is. Roof leaks cannot be properly repaired without truly understanding the source and the severity of the leak.

Thermal imaging allows us to see the temperature difference in the roof indicating if an area is wet. Many times the thermal image will show us the source as well as the effected area.

Once we understand the source of the leak we can develop a leak repair system to restore the roof and stop any continued deterioration at the site of the leak. We will first open us the roof and dry it from the top side to ensure no water has been trapped in between the roof layers. We will then begin the roof restoration process.

Allphase Construction of South Florida flat roof repair systems allow the client to save save money over conventional roof replacement and also reduce risk of loss from water damage.

Roof Leak Repairs With Precision Accuracy And Benefits

Roof Repair Systems -vs- Roof Replacement

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Conklin Roofing Systems is the largest manufacturer of roof coatings by volume in the world today.  Conklin has pioneered the roof coatings system dating all of the way back to 1977.  The coatings are designed for strength and longevity.

  • Engineered for exceptional durability and tensile strength.
  • Leading-edge elastic properties compared to competitors
  • Resists strong wind, hail, solar deterioration & more
Conklin Roofing Systems has worked hand in hand with The Energy Star Alliance to develop LEED building products.  Conklin Roof Coatings are most often chosen as the premier product to offset carbon footprint and reduce operational costs for major facilities.

  • Forms attractive, seam-free, energy-efficient top layer
  • New membrane is white cool roof
  • Reflects up to 85% of the sun’s heat
  • Gives as much as 30% yearly A/C cost savings
  • ENERGY STAR® & LEED Green Building certified
Conklin Roof Coatings can relieve the burden of traditional roof replacement.  Take into consideration the process of traditional roof replacement and you will rest easy knowing the benefits of a roof restoration with our roof coatings.

  • Avoid liability involved with roof tear-off
  • No need for tear-off to get project up to code
  • They don’t count as another layer in most building codes
  • No negative effect on building’s structure

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

Our typical warranties are leak free warranties that range from 10-18 years. The warranties are renewable by simply applying a maintenance coat within the warranty period. If properly maintained the building should never require a new roof.
Most of our roofing systems require little or no tearoff, therefore the disruption of your daily business is very minimal or non existent. You can carry on with your daily business during our install.

Everyone of our Conklin roofing systems are white in color making them highly energy efficient and UV reflective. Most of our clients see a tremendous savings in their cooling costs through the warm months. Some of our roofing systems provide additional savings through the cooler months from added R-Value.

Many of our roofing systems carry a class 4 impact rating which means they can withstand the impact of large hail.

The Quality of our products used is just the beginning of it another key in the long life expectancy of our roofing systems is the key word “systems”. All our roof systems are designed to have added protection in the most critical areas of your roof making them withstand against the harsh elements of weather.

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