PVC Feature Building

PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) is a solid option for restaurants, airports and commercial facilities with grease, oil and chemical concerns. Its white reflective surface provides a cooling effect that owners desire to provide energy savings in warmer climates. It has been tested in the industry now for more than 35 years and meets the most stringent codes in a wide variety of climates.

The advantages of PVC are:

  • Superior resistance to punctures and tears
  • Ideally suited for roofs that are exposed to chemicals, like concentrations of grease, oils and many kinds of fuels
  • Suitable in areas where acid rain or other forms of acidic outflow is a problem.