PVC Roofing

Like EPDM, TPO, and Modified Bitumin, PVC is a type of flat roof most typically found in commercial roofs.

Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is the world’s third-most widely produced synthetic plastic polymer, after polyethylene and polypropylene. About 40 million tons are produced per year.

PVC is a strong and durable material, often coming with a polyester scrim or fiberglass membrane. As a roofing system, you will find that PVC is extremely durable to the elements, resisting high heat temperatures, UV rays, chemicals, and heavy winds.

You can find PVC in many other products, that require flexible and durable plastics.

Like many flat roofs, PVC is a durable and cost effective roofing system.

PVC Roofing FAQs

There are many factors that determine how long a commercial building’s flat roof will last. In general, a flat roof membrane will last anywhere from 10-50  on these factors.

A PVC roofing system will cost nearly the same as a TPO roof. Your basic IB PVC roofing will run between $4.00 and $6.00 per square foot. A large commercial building PVC roof will run from $5,000 to $10,000 plus labor.

However, your roof is unique, so for an accurate price point please contact us for a FREE QUOTE.

PVC and TPO are both highly durable, temperature resistant, and flexible. PVC is a bit more flexible than TPO, making installations easier. Also, since PVC is closer in makeup to a plastic, it is preferred in restaurants and other building that have a grease trap on their the roof.

Absolutely, but you are going to need a professional to help. TPO and EPDM roofs are heartier when it comes to heavy winds and falling objects like hail. PVC roofs may get leaks from a puncture, and can be patched. You should hire a professional to fix it though.

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