PVC systems


Outstanding weathering characteristics, energy efficiency, installation ease and durability are among the many advantages of polyvinyl chloride PVC roofing systems. PVC roofing has been in the roofing industry in the United States since 1970.

PVC is a vinyl single ply roof membrane. The PVC membrane is installed on the roof by heat welding the overlapping edges with an electrically powered heat welder or hand held welder.  When the laps are heat welded together, the seam overlay fuses together making the material seamless and as the membrane cools it creates a watertight bond.

This hot-air welded, polyester scrim-reinforced membrane for durability and strength, has a white reflective surface, and is available in 45-mil and 60-mil thicknesses.  This material tends to be more expensive than TPO, but it is well known for long-term performance and is naturally fire-retardant.

About Mag Roofing

Our founder and owner Mark Magness, started his roofing career working part time loading shingles and tearing off roofs for a multi-family/residential roofing contractor in Houston Texas while still attending high school. He went on to attend University of Texas in Austin, but never left the roofing industry. Mark worked through college as foreman and superintendent for a major commercial roofing contractor, gaining work experience on a variety of commercial, industrial and government projects using a wide range of materials and products. Using his knowledge and this hands-on experience Mark went on to start his own company, MAG Roofing & Construction. Since 1989 he has methodically built his company from a small local one into a multi-state company spanning from the mountainous regions of Colorado to the southern gulf states of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi & Florida. With regional satellite offices in each area. Mark is actively involved in operations and future business development for all MAG Roofing locations. Mark is very involved in the betterment of the roofing industry. He is a member of The Roof Consultant Institute with a certified designation of Registered Roof Observer (RRO), and member of the National Roofing Contractors Association. He is also very active in NAIOP where he is co-chair of the Golf Committee and is a member of BOMA where he is also an active member of their Golf Committee and the BAC/PAC committee. Mark's motto has always been "underpromise and overdeliver", delivering this makes for a pleased customer. Having satisfied customers is one of the best assets a company can have!