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Are you thinking of installing PVC for your property in Dallas-Fort Worth?

The prerequisite is that your roof must be flat or have a low slope. 

PVC is one of the most eco friendly and energy efficient roofing materials.

It has a place for residential purposes. 

For the past six decades, commercial and industrial properties have used it primarily.

At ADC, we help property owners to select the best roofing system for their roofs.

We have successfully completed thousands of commercial projects in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Also, ensuring each one is executed with the utmost quality.

Our reviews speak for themselves.

Depending on your needs, we can help you decide whether PVC is the right option for your roof. 

For an estimate, contact us at 1-844-893-7326, or you can book an inspection with us. 

LANET SEWELL
LANET SEWELL
2023-10-14
I would like to Thank Farhan for understanding my needs the Strom had hit in my area l had a leak and Farhan was referred to me he showed me my damage and Farhan promise that he would take care of my needs I had missing shingles and replace my vents. Thank You 😊
Ashley D
Ashley D
2023-10-13
These guys are great - super wonderful and friendly
Paul Thorpe
Paul Thorpe
2023-10-13
Ali was super reliable and I trust American Dream to do the job right. Thank you for the solar vent upgrades.
Steve Heffler
Steve Heffler
2023-10-13
Had this company come out to look at doing some repairs on my roof. They ended up nailing down some things that came up during the wind storms at no charge. They are super nice, friendly and funny. Great team. I will be doing business with them in the future.
Omar Alkhatib
Omar Alkhatib
2023-10-13
Farhan is the BEST. Had some issues with my roof and his company was quick,responsive,effective, AND reasonable. 11/10 would recommend
Emily Veschi
Emily Veschi
2023-10-12
Great experience, would definitely use again!

Overview of PVC

PVC stands for ‘polyvinyl chloride‘. 

It’s a single white membrane made of two layers.

The manufacturer formulates and bonds the vinyl to a polyester reinforcement scrim layer.

PVC membranes are thinner than other roofing systems currently available in the marketplace. 

Manufacturers produce it in thickness from 40 mils (0.04 inches) to 90 mils (0.09 inches).

On investment, you can expect to pay $14 to $17 per square foot for smaller PVC projects. Whereas $12 per square foot for larger projects

Remember, prices can vary depending on market conditions as well.

If installed, PVC roofs can last as long as 20 to 25 years.

The life expectancy will depend on the quality of installation and maintenance. 

Installation Guide

A PVC roofing project begins by placing a layer of insulation board on the roof deck.

It helps to reduce the transfer of heat and keep your home cooler. 

And it also reduces air-conditioning bills. 

Afterwards, you can install PVC using any of these methods. 

Your installation type depends on budget, roof structure and requirements.

Fully Adhered

In this method, a special adhesive sticks the PVC roofing membrane to the insulation.

It produces a strong bond, providing a secure and watertight seal.

It minimizes any potential for leaks and damage. 

The adhesive bond enhances the roof’s wind uplift resistance. 

It makes an ideal choice for high-windy areas in Dallas-Fort Worth.

At the same time, it provides a smooth and aesthetic appearance on the roof. 

Mechanically Attached

In this system, we fasten the membrane to the deck using screws or other methods at seams and edges.

We can install attached systems faster than adhered systems.

This method simplifies future repairs and modifications. After all, you can lift the membrane and solve the issue. 

In general, mechanically attaching systems can be a more cost-effective option of time and money.

Induction Welded

This method uses specialized equipment to fuse PVC roofing membrane seams with heat

It helps to create a strong bond.

Induction welding produces consistent and robust seams, enhancing the roofing system’s durability.

This efficient method can result in a faster installation than adhered and attached. 

Induction welding reduces adhesive need, minimizing environmental impact and simplifying installation.

Additionally, it’s the least common way to install flat roofs in Dallas-Fort Worth.

Also, it costs more than mechanically attached and adhesive.

Advantages of PVC 

Durability

The ASTM requires a roofing membrane with a breaking strength of 200 lbs per square inch.

PVC materials exceed this rule, making them resistant to high winds and storms.

As a result, they are resistant to various weather conditions in Dallas-Fort Worth.

It includes high temperatures, occasional hail storms, and winds. 

As stated earlier, PVC roofs can last for a few decades.  

But, they must be properly installed before expecting decent performance.

Resistant to Harsh Chemicals

PVC suits businesses that release harsh chemicals and gasses through the exhaust vent.

The white membrane can withstand harsh chemical exposure without degrading quality and performance. 

Also, the material is fire-resistant. 

It is a very suitable option for restaurants and industrial buildings. 

Versatility 

There are a few types of PVC material to choose from, such as; 

  • Standard PVC 
  • PVC KEE Roof Membrane 
  • Fleece Backed PVC Roof Membrane

Compared to other materials, PVC is much more lightweight. 

You can also select Standard and KEE products with fleece backing.

In color, PVC is found in white. But other colors are available to match your roof’s aesthetic appearance. 

This is what PVC roofing system looks like after completion.

Disadvantages of PVC

Removal of Existing Roof

Some contractors would prefer to install a new roof over an existing one, but it isn’t recommended.

Before installing PVC, we prefer removing the existing roofing material. 

Later, build upon a new foundation.

It ensures your roof will last for a long time with proper installation. 

The removal of the existing roof increases labor expenses and investment costs.  

But for the long term, it does pay off well. 

Availability of Experienced Installers

Flat roofing systems like PVC aren’t DIY projects like EPDM or other materials. 

A high-quality PVC roofing project requires an experienced contractor.

Someone with the reputation and exposure for delivering such projects. 

The availability of such experienced contractors in Dallas-Fort Worth is very few. 

And we are one of them.

After all, we have completed hundreds of commercial roofing projects in the past decade, which includes PVC as well.

Cost and Longevity 

Compared to other flat roofing systems, PVC does require a bit of investment. 

For instance, a project in a 2,500-square-foot building could cost between $15,000 and $35,000 or more. 

The price will depend on various factors. Such as the type of PVC, insulator, roof size, etc. 

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Conclusion: PVC is Suitable for Dallas-Fort Worth

From our experience, PVC is one of the best choices for flat roofing systems. 

We can help you to decide whether PVC is suitable for your roof. 

Since 2013, American Dream Construction & Roofing has provided Dallas-Fort Worth area property owners with high-quality roof repairs and replacements.

Feel free to call us at 1-844-893-7326, or you can book an inspection with us.