Roofing: PVC

Polyvinyl Chloride Roofing Membrane

JRC has an accomplished team of estimators, superintendents, and installers to handle your commercial roofing projects. We have experience installing many types of systems, as well as fabricating and installing custom and pre-manufactured sheet metal. Hiring a certified installer like us means you receive the quality expected with warranties to back the claim.


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Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) membrane roofing is also known as vinyl roofing. PVC is slow to catch on as a roofing material, mostly because no one has heard of it as it isn’t widely promoted. As more businesses begin to realize it’s benefits – lightweight, chemically impervious, and difficult to puncture, we will see a growing trend in PVC Roofs in the future.

STRENGTH: PVC roofing membranes far surpass this standard, all having a minimum breaking strength of 350 pounds per inch.

DURABILITY: PVC offers a great material to use in modular roofing in large part because of its durability. Even in harsh conditions and climates, this reliable roof membrane will hold strong. PVC Roofing is made from hot welded seams. This method of installation makes PVC roofing membranes exceptionally strong, durable, and impermeable to moisture. To install the PCV Roof System, JRC's Exceptional Roofing Team hot-air welds seams to form a permanent, watertight bond that is actually stronger than the membrane itself. — This gives PVC roofs an edge over other roofing systems, which rely on adhesives, tapes, and caulks to seal the seams.

FLEXIBILITY: The layers in a PVC roof include additives to make the material flexible, UV stable, and to prevent curing. By adding a layer of acrylic coating to roof membrane, a PVC roof is made reflective and repellent to dust and dirt.