Tedlar PVF film provides the best protection on the market for metal exteriors, with up to 50 years warranty on a selection of exterior films. DuPont™ Tedlar® polyvinyl fluoride (PVF) film has provided long-lasting protection on metal surfaces around the world for decades.
Tedlar® PVF film is superior to other protective coatings or materials. Tedlar® won’t fade, chalk, crack, blister or check from UV exposure, acid rain or dirt. Even projects within 1500 feet of the ocean, including direct oceanfront properties, will enjoy best-in-class lasting protection against degradation from corrosive salt spray. Tedlar® is impervious to harsh chemicals, and its unmatched pliability means it can be fabricated to a vast range of shapes without cracks, film integrity loss, or loss of adhesion.
Tedlar® ensures your building project will look and perform like new for decades, and your customers’ investment is protected with the market’s most premium option. Additionally, using aluminum or steel laminated with Tedlar® can reduce the need to replace building materials over the life of a structure, thanks to the film’s excellent longevity.
Tedlar® PVF film is available in a large range of colors, matching many of the most popular PVDF coating colors; including a range of blacks, grays, browns, bronze, whites, and much more.
Tedlar is a special type of metal roofing that has a number of benefits for home owner and building owners, but it isn't for everyone. Tedlar is highly durable, highly resistant to weathering and reflects sunlight so it reduces exposure to harmful UV rays. It doesn't have the same aesthetic appeal as traditional metal roofing systems, which can limit your options for customizations during installation. It also costs slightly more than standard metal roofing systems.
Tedlar is highly durable. Tedlar lasts longer than other types of materials used in metal roofing and can be exposed to the elements for many years without showing signs of wear or deterioration. It's also resistant to weathering, making it ideal for areas where there are harsh winters or hot summers.
Tedlar has strong resistance to rust, scratches and dents as well as fading due to sun exposure. This means that your new Tedlar roof will stay beautiful over time so you won't have to worry about having it painted 40 to 50 years finish warranty.
Tedlar is a highly durable material, and one of its greatest benefits. Tedlar can last up to 50 years, which is far longer than most other types of roofing.
Tedlar's toughness makes it a good choice for homeowners who want their home's exterior to stand the test of time.
Tedlar is a highly resistant to weathering. Tedlar does not corrode, rust or stain. It resists algae growth, mold growth and water damage. Tedlar material is resistant to UV damage which results in discoloration of the surface film and embrittlement of the fibers.
Tedlar is a reflective material, which means it reflects heat and UV rays to reduce exposure. If you're working in a hot climate, this can be an important feature for your roofing.
Tedlar’s ability to reflect sunlight reduces the need for air conditioning during the summer months, making it an economical choice for homeowners who want to save on energy bills—and help protect the environment at the same time.
Tedlar is a very durable material that requires minimal maintenance. Because it doesn’t need to be painted or stained, you can save yourself time and money on the process of maintaining your deck. Tedlar also doesn’t need to be treated with special chemicals in order to prevent rusting, which means you won't have to worry about any extra maintenance costs associated with this type of product.
Tedlar is resistant to weathering and will not crack or fade over time due to its chemical makeup. This means that your deck will retain its value for years without requiring additional investment in maintenance costs
Tedlar doesn't have the same aesthetic appeal as traditional metal roofing, and can limit your options for customizations during installation.
Tedlar is a relatively new roofing material, and it's not as popular as traditional metal roofing. Tedlar is more expensive than traditional metal roofing, and cannot be painted or stained. Tedlar may be a good option for roofs with unique shapes and angles that cannot be accommodated by other types of materials.
Tedlar costs 1 slightly more than standard metal roofing systems. The reason for this is simple: Tedlar is a very expensive material to manufacture, so it costs more to buy and install. But the added expense of Tedlar is worth it if you want your home to last longer and look better than other types of roofing materials, such as asphalt shingles or metal panels from China.
If you are in the market for a new roofing system, consider Tedlar roof coating when making decisions about your roof's appearance and durability.
If you are in the market for a new roofing system, consider Tedlar roof coating when making decisions about your roof's appearance and durability. Tedlar is a special type of metal roofing that has many benefits for business owners, but it isn't for everyone.
It's highly durable. Metal roofs last longer than most other types of construction materials, so they'll stand up to the elements better than many other materials. Tedlar is even more durable than some metal roofs due to its special coating process, which makes it much more resistant to wear and tear than ordinary metals would be on their own.
It lasts longer than asphalt shingles or wood shakes do at protecting your building against rainwater runoff because the material itself doesn't absorb moisture like those two do—it simply disperses water rather than trapping it underneath itself like other materials might do (such as concrete). This means there's less chance that any damage will occur from flooding inside your building if there's too much rain falling in one place at once!
Tedlar is a great option for anyone looking to improve the appearance and durability of their metal roof. It's a premium product that offers many benefits, but it isn't right for every home owner or building owner. If you're thinking about installing Tedlar on your home, building or commercial property, be sure to do some research first so that you can make an informed decision about whether this type of coating will work well for your needs.