A polycarbonate roof is a thermoplastic polymer type material. Polycarbonate material is simple to work with, easy to print, and easy to form in heat, so it is often used in the chemical industry. Having transparent, lightweight, durable, and resistant to extreme temperatures, a polycarbonate roof is one of the favorite materials that function as a glass substitute. If you want to install this roof on your house safely, we suggest you Contact Lost River Roofing.
Patented by Bayer in 1953, polycarbonate roofing experienced a surge in popularity in south-east Asia in the 1990s. At that time, the demand for transparent roofing materials to transmit natural light was very high, so the production of polycarbonate roofs continued to grow, even a number of manufacturers made innovations by adding anti-UV components so that the polycarbonate roof was more durable.
On the market, you can also find two models of polycarbonate roofs, namely flat and wave shapes so that they can be adjusted according to the concept of the dwelling you want to highlight.