PVC is a plastic material known for its affordability and durability. In roofing membranes, special additives help enhance the material’s flexibility and UV stability. PVC membranes come in white and grey and can be used in single-ply or hybrid component systems with a modified base sheet.
TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin) roof membranes offer versatile protection. Though the name mentions plastic, TPO membranes are actually made up of a blend of rubbers. They can be used in single-ply or in hybrid component systems with a modified base sheet, and the membranes are available in both white and gray.
EPDM (ethylene propylene diene terpolymer) is a synthetic rubber material commonly used for low-slope roofing worldwide. It’s a popular roofing solution, both for permanent and temporary solutions, thanks to a combination of durability and low cost.
KEE roof membranes, made with DuPont™ Elvaloy® Ketone Ethylene Ester, are considered high-performing and high-quality. This thermoplastic material boasts high weatherability, UV resistance and resistance to dirt pickup. KEE membranes come in white and grey and can be used in single-ply or hybrid component systems with a modified base sheet.