PVC Roofing System

The PVC roofing system is one of the most commonly used roofing systems across the world. The system consists of single ply membranes for flat or low slope roofs and the membranes are known for their strength and durability. The material is preferred by many people over other materials because of its resistance to chemicals, oils and other fuels. The membranes are produced from vinyl gas, which is converted into a powder. Certain additives are added to the powder to make the material more durable, strong and flexible. The PVC seams are welded using different methods and a watertight bond is formed and the material becomes stronger. The PVC roofing system is preferred in many commercial businesses as they are energy efficient and do not absorb heat. This makes the system environment friendly as energy is saved.

A professional Marietta roofer must install or repair the roofing system as effective installation ensures longevity and safety. The customers are usually not aware about the installation and any mistake at their end may lead to premature failure of the roofing system and also pose a risk to the safety of the structure and unprofessional installation may lead to leakage and blow-off by wind. An insulation board is usually used with the system, which saves energy and therefore must be installed by skilled professionals. The systems are sealed using hot-air welder which must be operated at different temperatures based on the outside weather conditions and this activity cannot be performed by anyone except the professionals who are qualified to operate the welding machines. Safety is of utmost importance and professional installation or repair ensures that the structure is not at risk and system delivers what the customers expect from it.


Bibliography

PVCRoofing.org. "Installing a PVC Roofing Membrane." PVC Roofing. N.p., 31 Jan. 2017. Web.

Schultz, Mike. "PVC - The Other White Sheet (PVC Roofing Materials)." Jurin Roofing Services, Inc. N.p., 04 Nov. 2016.