UPVC Roofing Sheets is a modern rigid three-layer Unplasticized poly vinyl chloride (uPVC) roofing sheets. The advanced technology of manufacturing ensures superior quality and performance of the roofing product. The surface layer material is ASA (Acrylonitrile Styrene Acrylate). ASA is widely used in automotive applications due to strong colour fade resistance, weather resistance, and UV resistance. This ensures durability and resistance to chemical corrosion specifically in heavy acid rain. The middle layer contains UPVC compound with carbon fibre which gives high rigidity ad improved strength to the roofing sheets though being light, also making them sound and heat resistant. The bottom layer is the white ductile material which enhances the sense of space and brightness of the room.
UPVC roof sheet coated with ASA on surface, has excellent longevity and durability. It is stable when exposed to chemical agents such as industrial emissions, fog, salt, acids, alkali etc.,
UPVC roof sheet has good bearing capacity.
UPVC roof sheet has good noise absorption qualities.
Light and easy to carry, it saves labour, time, and transport.
Being dense in nature, UPVC is water and moisture resistant
Our designs are engineered and built to meet or exceed wind load requirements, depending on the location of the project, when expecting adverse conditions. Metal sheet awnings and canopies do not have such requirements when preparing for a storm. We offer accessories that can be incorporated into the design of any metal sheet awning or canopy that can maximize the use of your outdoor area. We offer our design-build package. We handle all the details under one roof. Call us for a free estimate.
If you own a company, address any commercial roofing problems that occur promptly. After all, your roof protects your buildings, facilities, products, and investments; contact a roofing contractor in the Bay Area and quickly solve problems to reduce damage. This is the time to work with a commercial roofing specialist from the Bay Area-don’t try to go it alone.
When it comes to your roof, leaks of any sort can be a problem. Be diligent about constructing a barrier that stops water from intruding and from entering your building when repairing your roof.
If your roof is not properly or securely linked to the building substrate, tenting can occur. Single-ply style roofs are roofs that are most susceptible to tenting.
The first time a roof is poorly installed, it may come back to haunt you later. The way a roof is installed correlates directly with the roof ‘s potential for problems and lifespan.
A lack of care or maintenance is another common problem with commercial roofs. A neglected roof can be a safety risk; routine inspections of the roof can ensure that you do not have accidents or problems later.
Roofs, especially single-ply types, are vulnerable to shrinkage. This can build a breech that enables water to enter and cause damage.
Water pools spell trouble for a roof, particularly if for more than 48 hours it is present or standing. The excess weight of the roof water can pose issues that result in costly damage to the water. It is likely that pooling water is a sign of a bigger issue.
Punctures on the exterior of the roof are a common problem that, if caught early, can be easily repaired. In the future, one way to prevent this is to avoid walking as much as possible on the roof.
When it comes to a roof, protection is still an issue that can be troublesome. Slips and falls are frequent; be alert and vigilant about who you allow to enter your roof and always use a professional’s services over a layman.
ou could call another contractor to fix the problem for you if the repair was not done properly the first time. Improper use of materials can manifest in irreversible damage; make sure only the best is employed.
In certain types of roofs, in particular single-ply systems, blistering is often seen. It can be fixed, but when building some new roof to prevent the problem in the future, it merits close attention to materials.