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Ellendale Commercial PVC Roofing Professionals
PVC roofs are a quality commercial roofing system for flat roofs because of their flexible protection.
PVC roof systems date back to the early 60’s when it initially came out because it only used half of the fossil fuels normally required. The PVC material allowed for greater flexibility than what other conventional commercial roofing systems offers, and held up remarkably better to weather and storms and temperature fluctuations.
Ellendale PVC Roof Installation
Installing a PVC roof on your commercial flat roof is worthy of consideration because: it’s extremely versatile & chemical resistant.
Choice: You can choose between widths, thickness, and color for your PVC roof.
Eco-friendly: PVC roofs require fewer fossil fuels in their construction.
Energy Efficient: Since PVC is highly reflective, it is ideal in warm climates to help keep your building cool by reflecting UV rays, and keeping your roof insulated.
Lifespan: Many PVC roofs will have a lifespan of 15 or 20 years, or more
Repairing a PVC Roof
If your PVC roof is punctured or cracked you may need to repair your flat roof. In cold conditions, PVC roofs can shatter or crack from being walked on. Or, if someone were to drop a sharp object or branch hits the membrane at the right angle, it can tear through your PVC leaving your roof open to leaks.
If the contractor that installs your PVC roof improperly welded the seams, holes could emerge for water to leak into your roof through the decking.
PVC Roofing Benefits
PVC is preferred by many roofing contractors because it is a relatively easy material to work with. They are flexible, offer excellent performance and longevity. PVC is weldable to create a water-tight seal. These roofs are fire resistant. They are environmentally friendly and recyclable. PVC roofs are resistant to chemicals, oils and grease much better than many other roofing membranes. This is ideal with restaurants and industrial plants.
Ellendale Commercial PVC Roofing:
- PVC Roof Repair
- PVC Roof Replacement
- PVC Roof Restoration
- PVC Roofing Inspections
- PVC Roofing Estimates
Ellendale is a town in Sussex County, Delaware, United States. The population was 381 at the 2010 census, an increase of 16.5% since 2000. It is part of the Salisbury, Maryland-Delaware Metropolitan Statistical Area. Ellendale is the “Gateway to Delaware’s Resort Beaches” because it is the town located on U.S. Highway 113, the resort area’s westernmost border, and Delaware Route 16, the resort area’s northernmost border with the eastern border being the Delaware Bay and Atlantic Ocean and the southern border being the state line with Maryland.
Ellendale started as a forest and swamp on the divide between the Chesapeake Bay and Delaware Bay. The swamp was the hunting grounds of the Nanticoke Indian Tribe until they were driven out by the Lenni Lenape Tribe on the Battle Green near Chestnut Ridge, a hill on Ellendale’s north side. The Lenape Trace, a main thoroughfare of a trail, passed through Ellendale as a Native American trade route from Pocomoke City, Maryland to Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania. With the arrival of Europeans, the Ellendale area was a province of fur traders and hunters. Early in the 18th century, farming and timbering pushed back the swamp that once covered the area. The tract of land on which the town would later be built was originally deeded in 1740 as “Bennett’s Pleasure”.