Polyglass Releases Time Trials Demonstrating Its Products

Polyglass U.S.A. Inc. has conducted a series of time trials comparing the installation times for various configurations of their products. These four time-trial videos demonstrate that by using either a full or hybrid self-adhered system, contractors can save time and money on the labor costs of installation. Self-adhered technology is not only a safe and clean installation but there are benefits for contractors and their team.  

To conduct the time trials, Polyglass set up identical conditions for the roofing teams to apply a roofing system to a 1000-square-foot panel. The videos show the step-by-step process for each roofing installation in the time trial and offer side-by-side comparisons of the results. 

Trial 1: Two-ply torch (with FASTLap) versus 2-ply ADESO self-adhered membranes 

The first time-trial involved applying a 2-ply torch-applied roofing system compared with a similar roofing system using ADESO self-adhered technology. At the conclusion of the trial, the ADESO self-adhered system required one less crew member and was installed in almost 2 hours less time than the torch-applied system, amounting to a labor savings of 50 percent. Check out the video.  

Trial 2: Two-ply torch (with FASTLap) versus Stick 1 Torch 1 

The second time-trial compared a 2-ply torch-applied roofing system with a Stick 1 Torch 1 roofing system—a hybrid application of ADESO self-adhered underlayment followed by a torch-applied top layer. The trial determined the Stick 1 Torch 1 system saved the five-person crew one hour and ten minutes of time, for a total labor savings of 30 percent. Check out the video.

Trial 3: Stick 1 Torch 1 vs. 2-ply ADESO self-adhered membranes 

For the third trial, Polyglass pitted its hybrid Stick 1 Torch 1 application against a 2-ply ADESO self-adhered roofing system. In this comparison, the fully self-adhered system required one less crew member and saved the team a total of 47 minutes in installation time. Check out the video.

Trial 4: Two-ply torch (with FASTLap) vs. Velociflex System 

The fourth time trial compared the 2-ply torch-applied system with the Polyglass Velociflex roofing system—a high wind resistant system combining mechanical fastening and torch application. The Velociflex system gives you a high-performance system in high wind zones while saving the contractor time and money. In the end, the Velociflex system saved the 5-member team about 30 percent in labor costs. Check out the video.   

Throughout all of the time trials it was identified that the ADESO self-adhered systems, whether it is in a hybrid system or a full SA System, saved time in installation which will save money for the contractor in labor cost. The end result, Polyglass roofing systems are durable roofing systems with weathering performance. Polyglass invites you to view the time trial videos. 

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