PVC Roofing for Your Home or Business with flat to low slope roofs
PVC roofing remains one of the most popular choices for commercial property owners in the region. The roofing material is flexible and affordable throughout the entire roofing process. PVC is Energy Star-rated and energy efficient, making it a sound investment for any residential or commercial structures for years to come. PVC’s white surface provides a reflectivity to sun and heat that will lower energy cost and its durability to extreme weather conditions make PVC systems an obvious choice for flat roofs.
Advantages of PVC Roofing
Polyvinylchloride (PVC) roofing is quite similar to TPO roofing, but is often used to cover flat roofs and those commercial properties that receive more frequent extreme weather conditions.
There are quite a few advantages to using PVC roofing, including…
- Resistant and longevity to weather conditions
- Durable against storms and collisions
- Ability to fit flat roofs effectively
- Easy installation process
- Overall low maintenance once installation is complete
PVC roofing currently protects tens of thousands of commercial buildings. They remain dependable, even after years. Most roofing built with PVC can withstand water, fire, punctures, chemicals, and even grease.
PVC Roofing Installation
When installed correctly, a PVC roof can last for decades. To get a long-lasting and durable PVC roof, hire a quality commercial roofer for installation. Peak Roofing Systems has a team of experienced, well-trained roofing contractors who routinely install PVC roofing. The installation process is rather complex. Below, we’ve broken it down into three stages:
- The roofers install the insulation board.
- They then attach the PVC roofing to the substrate. The specific method of attachment will vary depending on your roof’s characteristics.
- Finally, the roofers seal areas around the roof, such as vents, to prevent water or wind damage
If you have questions about PVC roofing installation for your commercial building, contact our team today.
At Peak Roofing Systems, we offer each and every customer a guarantee that their roofing job will be completed in a timely manner and to a standard they can be proud of. We tailor our roofing services to the needs of your home or business. If you choose to use PVC roofing for your home or office, our roofing technicians will discuss with you the benefits, the costs, and the plan of action we intend to take during the installation process.
What makes PVC systems more cost-effective in the long run?
PVC roofing systems are a fantastic choice for commercial buildings. Two notable characteristics make them incredibly cost-effective. First, PVC roofing systems are incredibly durable. This is critical for buildings in environments that are prone to either severe weather or extreme temperatures. Most areas of Texas regularly experience drastic temperature shifts and severe storms. For this reason, we highly recommend PVC systems to all of our commercial clients. Second, the white PVC roofing membrane acts as a great insulator. This prevents heat gain and loss. With a well insulated roof, you can easily control your commercial building’s interior environment. By investing in a PVC system now, you can save money on repairs and heating for years to come.
Why Is a PVC roof environmentally friendly?
PVC is one of the greenest commercial roofing materials on the market today. Why is this? First of all, a PVC roof reflects heat in an incredibly efficient manner. As a result, the building’s heating system can work more efficiently, instead of wasting energy. In turn, this conserves both money and fossil fuels. In addition, PVC is a non-toxic material. Several government-funded studies have shown that PVC does not have a negative impact on the environment. Finally, PVC roofs have a long lifespan — this cuts down on the waste of repeated roof replacements. For these reasons, PVC roofing remains one of the most environmentally friendly commercial roofing choices.
How are PVC roofs energy-efficient?
Unlike bitumen roofs, PVC roofs come in a bright white color. This helps these roofs to reflect more than 90% of the heat they receive on a sunny day. That leads to big savings on your building’s cooling costs. PVC is also a fantastic insulator. During the cold winter months, you will experience less heat loss with a PVC roof than with any kind of traditional commercial roofing system. A PVC roof helps you to conserve both energy and the money you might spend on energy bills. If you would like more information about our PVC roofing systems, and how they can save you a significant amount of money each month, contact Peak Roofing Systems.