Craftech Roofing specializes in PVC roofing for commercial clients in Denver, Colorado. Commercial buildings have different needs than your typical residential home. These types of roofs are cost-effective for covering large industrial-sized spaces, and PVC is a high-performance membrane that can be beneficial for protecting your business against the harsh weather conditions we experience in Colorado.
Why Choose PVC Roofing?
Short for polyvinyl chloride thermoplastic, PVC is a single-ply membrane that’s sealed onto your building to protect it. PVC roofs— sometimes called vinyl roofs, have been in commercial use for over 40 years. This durable material has a reputation for being long-lasting and can even help with water resistance.
You may not realize it, but your roof is a significant part of your business’s appearance and reflects on your company’s reputation. Vinyl has natural strength, fire resistance, and waterproofing capability. Combined with an extended average lifespan, these factors translate into substantial value at an affordable price.
- Vinyl’s inherent strength and flexibility will easily cover curves and complex lines.
- White and reflective vinyl membranes reduce building cooling loads and the urban heat island effect.
- PVC lasts up to 25-35 years.
- Vinyl is frequently used as a waterproof underlayer for green roofs.
- PVC comes in a range of colors, and added pigments expand the spectrum of hues to complement any aesthetic.
- Compared to other materials, vinyl requires less oil and energy to manufacture, making it a greener option.
- PVC meets or exceeds wind uplift requirements.
- Vinyl alone has inherent resistance that other materials can only achieve with additives.
Is PVC Right For Your Business?
Commercial roofs come in various slopes, shapes, and sizes. Knowing its pitch (angle) is a critical variable in choosing the suitable material to use in your replacement or installation. Roofers calculate pitch by measuring how many inches the roof rises vertically for every foot (12 inches) it extends horizontally. Vinyl membranes are an excellent material for low-slope roofs. Professional roofers define low slopes as between 2-in-12 and 4-in-12 pitches.
Just because vinyl is a great fit for many buildings, doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s right for yours. If you have questions or concerns about your particular building, our team is happy to give you their expert guidance.
Contact A Denver Commercial Roofer Today
Contact Craftech Roofing today if you’re interested in PVC roofing for your Denver business. Your roof says a lot about your business, even if it’s not the first thing people notice. PVC membranes prove their ability time and again to protect your business through some of the harshest conditions. We’ll work with you to choose the best options for your building.