PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)
PVC roofing systems have been in use for about 40 years, and they currently account for about 10% of the roof coverings in America. They are extremely durable, highly resistant to punctures, dirt, and debris. PVC systems are waterproof and they are often used in “green” roofing settings, where plants, trees, and shrubs are planted and incorporated into the roof’s “landscape”. This very flexible material allows for use on nearly any shape of roof, and it is basically maintenance-free. Due to the chemical make-up of PVC roofing systems, they are also fire-resistant and energy-efficient.