White PVC Roofing Systems
A1 Commercial & Industrial's PVC 50 mil thermoplastic single-ply membrane systems have been engineered to provide premium performance at a very cost-effective price. This strong, flexible, durable 50 mil membrane is suitable for use in all types of single-ply systems: Mechanically Attached, Ballast Applied, Fully Adhered.
Compared to typical single-ply EPDM, PVC and TPO membranes, A1 Commercial & Industrial's 50 mil roofing membrane provides the benefits of all three materials in a single membrane: low installed cost, heat welded seams and white reflective color.
A-1 Commercial & Industrial Specialists uses quality materials from all major manufacturers. Dealing with several manufacturers allows A-1 to find the best product for the clients needs.
We offer a wide variety of services specializing restoration/replacement, repair or regular maintenance . We have direct access to experts in the roofing industry allowing A-1 to find answers to your questions.
The A1 DifferenceA-1 Commercial Roofing specializes in the latest methods & applications of state-of-the-art one ply roofing membranes. We have listed some of these systems for your review. We dedicate a division of our corporation specifically for commercial & industrial roof coating applications.
A-1 installs a wide variety of roof coatings including aluminum based elestomeric and ceramic roof coatings which are backed by written service agreements.
A1 Commercial Roofing Specialists offers a comprehensive line of single ply roofing solutions. TPO, PVC and EPDM membranes all deliver excellent weatherability, long-term strength, and flexibility. As well as excellent resistance to punctures and tears. Our PVC is exceptionally resistant to chemicals, grease and UV light. With A1 Commercial Roofing Specialists single ply roofing membranes, there are many choices to suit a variety of applications and needs.
The Environmentally Responsible and Energy-Saving Choice
As part of a cool roof solution, our white TPO and PVC roofing membranes deliver high reflectivity and emissivity without an additional coating. This will keep your building cooler, reduce energy consumption and power bills, and minimize the "urban heat island effect". Many systems meet the EPA's Energy Star® and California's Title 24 guidelines and could qualify for LEED® credits in several categories.