Everguard PVC

Everguard PVC

Short for polyvinyl chloride, PVC is a single-ply roofing membrane that offers excellent performance. EverGuard® PVC offers increased protection against chemicals* compared to many other common roofing technologies, excellent seam strength, long-term weathering and UV resistance, and increased fire performance compared to other technologies. Guarantees are available up to 30 years for qualified systems.

In addition, PVC delivers:

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  • Potential cooling cost‡ and urban heat island effect reductions.
  • High flexibility, which is great for use on difficult contours and curves.
  • PVC KEE offers increased protection against grease, animal fats, and jet fuel.

Everguard PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) roofing is a single-ply membrane known for its exceptional durability, chemical resistance, and energy efficiency. It’s a popular choice for commercial properties due to its ability to withstand harsh weather conditions, including high winds, extreme temperatures, and UV exposure. Everguard PVC roofs are also highly reflective, helping to reduce cooling costs and extend the lifespan of the roof.

When properly installed and maintained, Everguard PVC roofs can last upwards of 25 to 30 years or more. The membrane’s inherent resistance to weathering, chemical exposure, and UV radiation contributes to its longevity. Routine inspections and maintenance by qualified roofing professionals can further enhance the lifespan of the roof, ensuring continued protection for your commercial property.

Yes, Everguard PVC roofing is considered environmentally friendly for several reasons. Firstly, PVC membranes are recyclable, meaning that at the end of their service life, they can be repurposed rather than ending up in a landfill. Additionally, Everguard PVC roofs contribute to energy efficiency by reflecting sunlight and reducing the demand for air conditioning, thereby lowering energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.

While the initial cost of installing an Everguard PVC roof may be slightly higher compared to some traditional roofing materials, such as built-up roofing or EPDM, it offers significant long-term cost savings. Its durability, low maintenance requirements, and energy-efficient properties translate to reduced repair and replacement expenses over the life of the roof. Additionally, the energy savings achieved through its reflective surface can lead to lower utility bills, making it a cost-effective roofing solution in the long run.

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