In commercial roofing, TPO stands for thermoplastic polyolefin. This is a reflective, single-ply roofing membrane that is usually installed in a system that is fully adhered or mechanically attached. It is made of ethylene-propylene rubber and polypropylene polymerized together and the white membrane is usually visible and exposed for the life of the roof.
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There are several benefits to having a TPO roof installed on your home or business, and it is becoming a go-to for many property owners. The team at Landmark Roofing has experience with TPO roofing and we will come out to inspect your current roof to determine if TPO is a good fit for your needs.
TPO Roofing Installation
Every roof needs to be replaced at some point, and a new TPO roof may be the ideal solution for your home or business. The function of any quality roof is to protect the building and materials that are beneath it, and a TPO roof works well in that regard. If your current roof has suffered damage due to a storm or is showing its age and needs to be replaced, a new TPO roof may be the solution.
TPO membranes come in 10, 12 or 20-foot widths and have a naturally reflective surface that offers several benefits. When installed, the membranes can be attached using a bonding adhesive or they can be fastened mechanically. The seams of the membranes are welded together with a hot air gun after they have been rolled out.
Benefits of TPO Roofs
The popularity of TPO roofs is partly due to the wide range of benefits they offer to property owners. To start, it is a cost-effective option compared to many other types of roofing materials. This alone is enough for some customers, but there are other benefits, including:
Durability – It resists algae, bacteria, dirt, chemicals, corrosion and other debris and is able to withstand tears, punctures and other damage that could reduce its longevity.
Easy to Install – It is flexible and lightweight and not complicated to install.
Energy Efficiency – It exceeds the EPA’s energy star requirements, and helps to keep the indoor temperature comfortable when the outdoor temperature is hot, which lowers HVAC bills.
All of our roofing contractors are fully certified and trained with Conklin, Owens Corning and CertainTeed roofing products. Over the years, we have established a reputation for high-quality
TPO roofing installation and even better customer service.
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If you are considering TPO Roofing in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Whitley County, Huntington, Huntertown, Angola, Woodburn or any surrounding city in Northern Indiana, call our roofing company today at 260-610-7006. We will send our licensed commercial roofing contractors to provide you with a free estimate and let you know how a TPO roof can benefit your business.