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Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO), made its debut in the roofing industry in early 1990s. TPO was initially thought to be an alternative for PVC roofing. It has become a very popular choice for commercial roofing contractors, especially those who use it as an alternative to PVC roofing.
What is TPO Roofing?
TPO (Thermoplastic polyolefin), a single-ply reflective roofing material made from ethylene-propylene rubber or polypropylene polymerized jointly, is called TPO. TPO roofing can be installed either mechanically attached or fully adhesed.
TPO membranes are made from co-polymerized rubber, which gives the roofing system great flexibility in cold weather. TPO roofing is well-known for its many benefits, including the ability to be used with EPDM and PVC roofing systems.
Thermoplastic roofing systems are environmentally-friendly and offer great flexibility & durability to the existing roofing system. They can withstand heat and reflect harmful UV radiation, ensuring maximum energy efficiency. TPO roofing is free from toxic chemicals and other plasticizers.
TPO Roofing Has Many Benefits
TPO roofing membranes can be completely white, which makes them highly reflective. TPO is an excellent choice for building owners who are looking to reduce their overall energy consumption.
TPO membranes are highly recyclable, making them a very eco-friendly roofing system.
TPO roofs are extremely durable and dirt-resistant. TPO roofs are resistant to bacteria and debris accumulation, making them extremely protective against punctures and tears as well as overall impact damage.
TPO Thermoplastic Roof Installation
Exteriors Plus is known for its versatility in the installation of different roofing systems.
Our roofing crews have over 20 years of experience in roofing and are qualified to install any type of roofing system.
We offer a free consultation to commercial property owners who are interested in a TPO roof (TPO Thermoplastic Roofing).