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TPO & Foam Roofs

As a business owner, we know that cutting down on costs is important to you. Our commercial roofing options are specifically engineered to cut down your energy use. Not only do these roofs allow you to save on your monthly energy costs, but they also reduce the frequency of having to replace your commercial roof. We are certified by our commercial roofing manufacturers to install both TPO and foam roofs.

Thermoplastic Polyolefin, or TPO, is a single-ply roofing material. This material can be fully adhered, mechanically fastened, or ballasted. TPO seam strengths are reported to be three to four times higher than EPDM roofing systems. This is a popular choice for “Green” buildings.

TPO is available in white, grey, and black colored material. Using white roofing material helps reduce the “heat island effect” and solar heat gain in the building. However, TPO has changed formulations over the years and each manufacturer has its own mix of “polyolefins” (plastics). This means that TPO remains largely unproven in real world applications as its current formulation exists today.

Features

Provides protection from UV and heat damage

Long-term performance to protect your building

Rated to save your business on energy use and costs

TPO & Foam Roofs

As a business owner, we know that cutting down on costs is important to you. Our commercial roofing options are specifically engineered to cut down your energy use. Not only do these roofs allow you to save on your monthly energy costs, but they also reduce the frequency of having to replace your commercial roof. We are certified by our commercial roofing manufacturers to install both TPO and foam roofs.

Thermoplastic Polyolefin, or TPO, is a single-ply roofing material. This material can be fully adhered, mechanically fastened, or ballasted. TPO seam strengths are reported to be three to four times higher than EPDM roofing systems. This is a popular choice for “Green” buildings.

TPO is available in white, grey, and black colored material. Using white roofing material helps reduce the “heat island effect” and solar heat gain in the building. However, TPO has changed formulations over the years and each manufacturer has its own mix of “polyolefins” (plastics). This means that TPO remains largely unproven in real world applications as its current formulation exists today.

Features

Provides protection from UV and heat damage

Long-term performance to protect your building

Rated to save your business on energy use and costs

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