PVC Roofing Materials

This roofing material can be fully adhered or mechanically fastened. PVC membranes are resistant to chemicals, grease, and animal fats; making them a popular choice for restaurants and other buildings where chemicals are present that would damage other roof types. PVC comes in a varitey of colors and thicknesses. Since PVC is often used on restaurants, PCV manufacturers have created innovations for quick installation to reduce the interuption that roofing work causes to a restaurant business. These innovations include factory customized membrane configurations to reduce onsite detail work. 

What is it?

PVC (polyvinyl chloride) roofing is a single-ply roofing membrane that has been in use for over half a century. PVC has two layers of material with a polyester that is added between layers for support making the roof material flexible.

Speak with an Expert

Our low slope team is well versed in all aspects of PVC roofs and roof systems. From commercial to industrial to government our team can provide guidance on products and roofing solutions to fit your needs.

Contact our office today and our low slope coordinator will gather some basic information about your project and objectives and schedule a meeting with one of our expert Low Slope Estimator/Project Managers to guide you through the process of choosing a the roofing solution that fits your needs and budget. 

Contact us today to schedule your free consultation!

Paige

Low Slope Division Coordinator