Members of the Vinyl Roofing Division

The Vinyl Roofing Division of the Chemical Fabrics and Film Association was created to educate architects, specifiers, building owners and roofing contractors on the attributes of vinyl as a durable, reflective, heat-weldable material for single-ply roofing systems.

Representing all of the leading manufacturers of vinyl roofing systems in North America, the Division is committed to making available sound, scientifically backed information on the environmental and functional performance of energy-efficient vinyl roofing membranes.

LogoCanadian General-Tower Limited

P.O. Box 160
52 Middleton Road
Cambridge, Ontario, Canada N1R 5T6
Tel: 519-623-1630
Fax: 519-623-3733

Company Profile:
Canadian General-Tower Limited (CGT) is a private company with head office and plant at Cambridge, Ontario. Textileather Corporation is its U.S.-based subsidiary, located in Toledo, Ohio. Canadian General-Tower Limited/Textileather Corporation provides services to the automotive industry from its Southfield, Michigan, offices.

CGT produces engineered flexible polymeric sheeting products for the North American automotive and truck market, as well as films for swimming pool liners, geomembranes, single ply roofing, bookbinding, and a number of general purpose films.


LogoDuro-Last Roofing

525 Morley Drive
Saginaw, MI 48601
Tel: 800-248-0280
Fax: 800-432-9331

Company Profile:
Duro-Last® Roofing, Inc. manufactures a custom-prefabricated, reinforced, thermoplastic single-ply roofing system that is ideal for any flat, low-sloped, new or retrofit application. Whether a roof deck is best handled with prefabricated Duro-Last deck sheets, Duro-Last rolls, Duro-Tuff®, or Duro-Fleece® membrane, contractors can optimize installation time by using our precision-fabricated flashings.

Once installed, a Duro-Last roof is watertight and virtually maintenance-free. Duro-Last has met or exceeded all major fire and wind code requirements as well as regional approvals throughout the country, reinforcing Duro-Last’s leadership in providing consistent watertight integrity.

Since 1978, over 2 billion square feet of Duro-Last membrane has been installed throughout North America. With manufacturing facilities in Saginaw, Michigan (worldwide headquarters); Sigourney, Iowa; Grants Pass, Oregon; Carrollton, Texas; and Jackson, Mississippi along with over 70 Tech Reps across the country and industry-leading warranties, the Duro-Last Roofing system is a great long-term investment for building owners.


FiberTite Roofing Systems LogoFiberTite Roofing Systems

By Seaman Corporation
1000 Venture Boulevard
Wooster, OH 44691
Tel: 330-262-1111
Fax: 330-262-2179

Company Profile:
Seaman Corporation has been manufacturing high performance fabrics for almost sixty years. The company utilizes unique weaving, knitting, compounding, and coating processes to create industrial fabrics for a wide variety of rigorous outdoor applications. Seaman Corporation’s fabrics are used for environmental applications, truck tarpaulins, architectural fabric structures, military tents, military flexible fuel storage tanks, and single-ply roofing. The FiberTite® Division has been manufacturing and distributing roofing membranes for more than twenty-seven (27) years. This high performance membrane begins with tough tire cord polyester yarns and is coated with a DuPont Elvaloy® KEE based compound to provide excellent chemical resistance and long term outdoor weathering in a variety of climatic conditions. For more information about FiberTite Roofing Systems, visit


Flex Membrane International Corp LogoFlex Membrane International Corp

2670 Leiscz's Bridge Road
Suite 400
Leesport, PA 19533
Tel: 610-916-9500
Fax: 610-916-9501

Company Profile:
Flex Membrane International Corp. began manufacturing high quality PVC single ply roofing membranes in 1990. Flex was an early developer of the modified PVC membranes incorporating the Dupont Elvaloy® KEE flexibilizer and pioneered manufacturing the fleece backed single ply membrane for adhered applications. Further additions to the Flex product line include PVC waterproofing membranes and geomembranes. Flex is the expert choice for architects, contractors and specifiers who will not settle for anything but the highest industry standards. Flex offers its customers exceptional response time, personal attention, detailed technical support and guaranteed delivery with every project. All Flex Roofing Systems include a full range of components, supplies and tools.


LogoSika Sarnafil

100 Dan Road
Canton, MA 02021
Tel: 781-828-5400
Fax: 781-828-5365

Company Profile:
Sika Sarnafil is a manufacturer of thermoplastic membranes for a wide range of roofing and waterproofing applications. Since 1962, Sika Sarnafil has manufactured more than 15 billion sq. ft. of thermoplastic roofing and waterproofing membranes in Switzerland, China, Germany and Canton, Massachusetts. The company offers complete roofing and waterproofing system solutions from vapor retarders and insulation to fasteners and adhesives and its own hot air seam welding equipment. Sika Sarnafil roofing and waterproofing systems protect some of the world’s most valuable structures including numerous schools, retail buildings, libraries, museums, hospitals, commercial and government buildings and stadiums.


Associate Members:

3M BASF: The Chemical Company Evonik
Exxon Mobil Formosa Plastics OMG Roofing Products
ADCO Roofing Products





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