Emerging onto the commercial roofing market in the 1960s, PVC earned a reputation of being less than reliable.
Part of the single-ply thermoplastic family of commercial roofing, Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) systems are heat-welded together to create a monolithic seal for exceptional waterproofing. It offers impressive reflectivity but is most notable for its unrivaled level of flexibility and adaptability to curves, making it the perfect wraparound solution for roofs with decks or challenging contours. Fire-resistant, chemically resistant to fats, grease, and other pollutants, and if that wasn’t enough, you can pat yourself on the back for sustainability since 25% of its composition is recycled. Captain Planet over here.