PVC roofs, sometimes called vinyl roofs, are frequently used on restaurants because they are known to stand up to animal fat and grease. Grease particles are lifted through the exhaust system and can build up on roofs, especially in restaurants. PVC is also known to be very durable in extreme weather, including hail storms; so with the extreme weather in Colorado, PVC roofing membrane installation can even save you money on repairs in the long run. In addition to their durability, PVC roofs are popular for their affordability. These roofs are also fire-resistant, lightweight, reflective, and can be recycled.
PVC roofs can be installed in two ways: gluing or welding to an insulation board, which prevents uplift. Welding is the most common way to install a PVC roof because it creates a permanent bond between the PVC and the roofing sheets. At Bob Behrends Roofing, we are experienced and knowledgeable in the professional installation of Colorado PVC roofing membrane systems. We are known for quality roof installation and repair, and we have a reputation for reliability. We’ll get the job done the right way, we show up on time, and we offer a 5-year workmanship guarantee in addition to the manufacturer’s guarantee on the quality of the products.
If you’d like to learn more about PVC roofs or any of our commercial or residential roofing services, call Bob Behrends, the expert Colorado PVC roofing membrane installation company today!