Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) is a type of single-ply roofing membrane designed mainly for commercial and industrial applications, though these roofing systems can also be used on residential buildings. There are a variety of ways to install TPO, including plate-bonded, adhered, mechanically attached and ballasted. What makes TPO so attractive to many buyers is its versatility. It is available in different colors, even though the majority of TPO roofs are grey, tan and white.
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- Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO)
- Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer (EPDM)
- Insulation choices – Single-ply roofing systems exclude the insulation factor, so as a commercial roofing consumer, you have various options to select from for insulating a commercial roof.
- Installation choices – There are choices for how you can install a single-ply roof. It can be fastened or attached right to a roof deck, as well as affixed with different adhesives. It can even be welded through heat in more difficult spots on a roof, such as areas where protrusions, projections, and chimneys are present.
- Resists Corrosion – TPO is resistant to corrosion and disintegration when it comes in contact with various materials. It is also resistant to mildew and algae and doesn’t necessitate pressure washing, so it is easy to maintain.