Thermoplastic roofs are lightweight systems that include TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin) and PVC (poly vinyl chloride). The PVC membrane is formed when ethylene and chlorine are combined to make a vinyl glass which is then converted into a fine powder. This process makes a flexible and durable roofing system, and is a popular choice for low-slope roofs. If you’re considering a PVC roof for your commercial building, let the knowledgeable team at Executive Roofing Systems, Inc. help you decide if it’s the right choice.

PVC roofs are a top choice for many commercial buildings, most notably manufacturing facilities, because of its resistance to chemicals, fire, moisture, and wind. Additionally, many restaurants choose to have PVC roofs installed due to the fact that animal fat from grease vents does not negatively affect PVC membranes. PVC roofs are also utilized for environmental benefits such as the reduction of AC and energy waste because of its high solar reflectivity. Vinyl can also be recycled after decades of use to create new products. While a PVC roofing system is not right for every commercial building, it may be right for yours.

Our New Jersey PVC installation and repair services are tailored for client satisfaction. Contact Executive Roofing today to learn more about PVC roofs. One of our friendly and knowledgeable representatives will be happy to answer any questions you may have.