PVC Roofing

PVC Roofing – Polyvinyl Chloride

Ridge Roofing Inc. has the ability to solve all of your roofing needs with our PVC Roofing Systems. All systems offer a full line of accessory products and insulation. Because each product has its own individual requirements, choosing the right roof is only part of the total solution.

Selection of the appropriate attachment method, ensures every roof installed by Ridge Roofing Inc. will provide the protection and value it is designed to deliver. Depending on the membrane and application, our roofing systems can be warranted for up to 30-years

PVC Roofing System

PVC Roofing by Ridge Roofing servicing PA


PVC Thicknesses Available

PVC membrane incorporate 50-mil, 60-mil or 80-mil Membrane is comprised of three layers  a PVC polymer bottom ply; a strong, polyester-reinforced fabric center (scrim) and a tough, thermoplastic PVC-compounded top ply. It is specifically designed for long-term performance and is produced with the strictest quality control measures providing end users and owners the most consistent and reliable PVC product on the market today.

About PVC Roofing:

PVC, another thermoplastic roof membrane, is versatile, and the materials produced with these polymers have wide ranges of use in residential, industrial and commercial roof applications. The basic chemical resin is a relatively hard material that requires the addition of plasticizers to make it supple and pliable for use as flexible membrane roofing. Chemical stabilizers and some proprietary ingredients are added to PVC roof membrane materials by manufacturers. PVC sheets are reinforced with glass fiber or polyester scrim, mat or fabric and produced in thicknesses ranging from 45 mils to 90 mils. As with other thermoplastic materials, accurate compounding of PVC is necessary so that the PVC roof membranes have desired physical properties. PVC sheets are reported to be resistant to bacterial growth, many industrial chemical atmospheres and plant-root penetration. Properly formulated, PVC roof membrane materials are fire-resistant and have good seaming characteristics however it should be noted that PVC membranes are chemically incompatible with bituminous materials and, as such, should be separated from asphalt and coal-tar products. Separator sheets, or felt-backed or specially formulated membranes, are required when incompatible products, including polystyrene insulations, are present in PVC roof systems.

Call us today for your commercial PVC, flat or metal roofing needs!