Commercial PVC Roofing

PVC or Polyvinyl Chloride is the third most produced plastic polymer behind only polyethylene and polypropylene. It has many uses including prevalent applications as piping in municipal and industrial settings. PVC can also be manipulated into a more flexible sheet of material that is regularly used in commercial roofing.

This roofing system is a viable option for many properties and is highly resistant to many of the factors that cause issues with single-ply roofing membranes. Trust the experience and expertise of the roofers at Campbell Roofing and Sheet Metal to assist you with commercial PVC roofing installation when you need it.

PVC Roofing Membrane Advantages

PVC roofing membranes are sometimes referred to as vinyl are a combination of the chemicals ethylene and chlorine. During the production process, other materials are added to PVC to enhance certain features that serve its roofing purpose. These various additives include plasticizers, biocides, UV light inhibitors, color pigment, heat stabilizers and fiberglass or polyester reinforcements. With the addition of these chemicals, PVC roofing membranes become resistant to water damage, UV light degradation, high winds and fires.

PVC roofing membranes also consist of a polyester reinforcement scrim that is in between two layers of PVC sheets. The polyester reinforcement scrim makes the finished membrane stronger and more durable, allowing it to offer protection for your property for a longer period.

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PVC Membrane Roofing Install Options

The most important decision to make when choosing a new roofing system is the contractor your select to install it. Proper installation of any roofing system is essential to ensuring that it functions correctly and protects your building from the  Florida climate.

There are three ways a commercial PVC roofing membrane may be attached to a roof. However, all three require the attention of a professional roofer because they are sealed with a hot-air welder.

  • Fully Adhered: The PVC membrane is attached to the building with a specially designed adhesive. This is an easy installation, but it is susceptible to damage if moisture finds its way underneath the membrane and can render the adhesive ineffective.
  • Mechanically Attached: The PVC membrane is attached to the building using manufacturer recommended screws and plates that secure your membrane even during the wind and rain of a hurricane.
  • Ballasts: The PVC membrane lays across the building’s roof and is secured by a heavy ballast to keep it from shifting.

A Commitment to Campbell Service

Our founder, Robert Campbell, opened Campbell Roofing and Sheet Metal in 1980 with the goal of providing high-quality roofing services and products to the people in Southwest Florida. He didn’t want to meet our customer’s expectations; he sought to exceed them at every opportunity. Today, we continue to be a family owned and operated business that is run by a second-generation roofer. We believe in carrying on the mission of our founder by professionally training all of our employees, providing free estimates and never using sub-contractors.

Our uniformed technicians undergo rigorous safety training to ensure that our work sites are safe for everyone. With over 30 years of experience, there is no roofing job that our team can’t handle. Call us today to learn more about commercial PVC roofing installation in Florida and the surrounding areas. Our representatives are available and eager to answer any questions you may have.

We offer PVC  Roofing, and PVC roofing repairs in Ft. Myers, Naples, Port Charlotte, Sarasota, and all surrounding areas.