PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) Roof Restoration
PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is a synthetic single-ply roofing membrane installed as a flexible and durable thermoplastic. It is generally white in color.
PVC roofs degrade over time from the harsh weather conditions in Florida. Eventually they fail from weathering, constant expansion and contraction, ponding and standing water, wind damage, third-party damage, and age.
Commercial Energy Sytems is a leading expert in restoring commercial and industrial PVC roof systems using a high-solid (96%), single-component silicone elastomeric.
If you are looking for an industry leading expert to evaluate your commercial or industrial building in Florida and to provide the most professional recommendation to restore or refurbish your existing polyvinyl chloride roof, please contact Commercial Energy Systems, LLC today for a free roof evaluation.