Try PVC Membrane for long lasting and Durable Flat Roof Coverings!

PVC Roofing is one of our areas of expertise at DM Specialist Roofing is with PVC Roofing. This application is a more superior solution to where butyl rubber has been used in the past. Highly durable and flexible for all jobs, this could be the solution you require for roofing requirements.

We use well-known brand Kaliko for our PVC Roofing jobs, simply because of the reputation for its proven life span, with some of their products still performing well even after 50 years from installation.

 

Over 50 years with Kaliko Membranes, exceeding the test of time!

Kaliko PVC membranes have been in use since the 1960's, covering roofs of all types and form. Whether it’s domestic or commercial, public or private; Multiplan membranes offer a flexible and lightweight waterproofing solution with a proven track record.

The Kaliko Multiplan range is a flexible PVC (polyvinyl chloride) single ply membrane offering excellent characteristics of strength, elongation and weathering, making it ideal for new build or refurbishment projects.

All Multiplan flat roofing membranes are reinforced and are available with or without a fleece backing providing scope for all methods of application, such as mechanically fastened, adhered or loose laid and ballasted. Multiplan flashing and detailing membranes are unreinforced.

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To find out more about Kaliko PVC Membranes visit their website at www.kalikogroup.co.uk.

Below are just some examples of Kaliko PVC solutions.

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