PVC’s hot-air welded seams make it extremely durable in all weather conditions. If you live in a region prone to strong winds, a PVC roof will offer superior protection against wind uplift. Numerous in-service membranes have survived Category 4 hurricanes. Moreover, PVC roofing membranes are highly resistant to fire.
PVC roof’s exceptional durability translates into a very long service life. A properly installed PVC membrane can last well over 20 years.
LOW MAINTENANCE AND EASY REPAIR
Your PVC roof will require very little maintenance throughout its long service life. Typical maintenance will consist of cleaning up of any dirt and debris. Moreover, because your PVC membrane will remain flexible throughout its service life, it will be easy to put in a skylight, any new structures or equipment on your roof, installing these new units will be fast, easy, and leak – free.
REDUCE ENERGY SPENDING AND COSTS
If you would like to install a green roofing product that will also help you save on your energy bills, PVC is an excellent choice. PVC roofs are Energy Star rated because they have highly reflective surfaces, which make them cool roof systems. This means that your PVC roof will reflect as much as 80% of the sun’s UV rays. This will translate into a more comfortable environment, lower energy waste, and reduce your annual cooling costs by as much as 20%.