PVC roofing is designed for roofs with little to no slope. PVC membranes offer a wide variety of features, including heat welded seams and UV resistance / reflectivity. This material comes in rolls that are typically 6 feet in width with varied thicknesses. PVC is usually mechanically attached to the roof with screws and steel seam plates. The seams are then welded together using a precision heat welder. PVC roof systems are a commercial use product that has made its way to the residential roof market.
The many benefits of a PVC roof installation is that it can outlast all hot tar built-up and torch down applications by at least double, it is lighter in weight, can be installed on a roof with no slope, is maintenance free and can even give you added energy benefits with the standard color of white. This roof is a great choice for low slope roof applications.
Want to find out more? Contact Sensible Building Solutions today to see if a PVV roof installation is right for your commercial building!