TPO is the fastest-growing commercial membrane roofing system around and is on the forefront of single-ply
roofing technology. It’s engineered for superior, long-term performance and offers the added benefit of being
environmentally sound. Those who’ve used and installed it find that its advanced reflectivity dovetails nicely with
cool roofing solutions, helping to keep their storage facilities, warehouses, and working environments more cost
efficient. Further, TPO offers reduced maintenance and is highly versatile, offering resistance to environmental
pollutants and chemicals. And those in stormy areas will appreciate that it is abrasion, tear, and puncture-resistant.
TPO provides LEED credit qualification, and is Energy Star rated and Cool Roof Rating Council approved.
TPO membranes are a heat-weldable blend of polypropylene and ethylene propylene rubber components, available
in white, gray, and tan, with white being the most popular for its high reflectivity. TPO comes in a variety of
thicknesses and price options, ranging from 45 mil to 80+ mil, and is suitable for a wide mix of all facility
applications and budgets. TPO offers proven performance for replacing or recovering existing roof systems. Its UVresistant ability reflects nearly 87 percent of harsh sunrays away from the roof and can reduce cooling costs in airconditioned facilities. TPO also offers excellent wind uplift resistance and comes with an average warranty of up to
TPO can be mechanically attached, fully adhered, or ballasted. Heat-welded seam technology forms an
impermeable, monolithic roof membrane seam for optimal strength and leak prevention. Large TPO sheets, up to
12 feet wide, install quickly so you can get on with the business of running your business.
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Single-ply roofing is classified as flexible sheets of compounded plastic-derived material that are used to cover and protect flat and low-sloped buildings.
TPO is the fastest-growing commercial membrane roofing system around and is on the forefront of single-ply roofing technology.
For over 50 years, EPDM has continued to be one of the most frequently used roofing materials on the market. Architects, consultants, and engineers continue to specify EPDM as a high-performance and energy-efficient roofing system.
Whether you and your business care about a triple bottom line (people, planet, and profits) or just a single bottom line, thermoplastic polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a roofing membrane infused with benefits.
Modified bitumen is a very durable product, especially in high-traffic areas and when confined to smaller roof areas with a high density of service equipment.
For years, low-slope metal roofing has been a favorite roof covering for commercial and industrial buildings because of its reliability against weather conditions.