Protect Your Building Investment
Single-Ply Roofing Systems are made up of sheets of various synthetic materials. Because of the elasticity and weather resistance of these materials, only a single layer of this material is needed to complete the roof, which provides effective protection for as long as 15 to 20 years plus.
There are several different methods for installing Single-Ply Roofing Systems. In the ‘mechanically attached’ method, we use screws and battens or reinforcement plates. The ‘fully adhered’ approach involves thoroughly gluing the sheets to the roof insulation.
Single-Ply Roofing Systems are generally faster and easier to install than other systems. Even so, to ensure effective waterproofing, proper installation is critical.
Installed With No Interuptions with Duro-Last PVC
Building occupants will hardly know a new roof is being applied, because installation is quiet and safe. Duro-Last PVC roof membrane is mechanically-attached to the deck; edges and vinyl roof components are heat-welded together to complete the watertight, monolithic roofing system installation. There are no loud machines, no hazardous materials, no noxious fumes, no hot tar, and no mess. Because it’s made from lightweight vinyl, a new Single Ply Roofing Systems can often be installed over an existing roof without an expensive tear-off, virtually eliminating dust or falling debris that could interfere with building activities or damage sensitive equipment.