TPO Roofing Solutions
Offering versatility, flexibility, and high performance for flat roofs.
TPO Roofing is A Leading Technology
Thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) roofing is one of the quickest growing commercial roofing membranes on the market and is at the forefront of single ply roofing technology.
TPO roofing products made from rubber (not plastic) and are available in six, eight, and ten-foot-wide rolls that are 100 feet long each and in a range of thicknesses. TPO roofing systems are composed of a single layer of synthetics and reinforcing scrim, which is engineered to cover flat roofs.
Superior to hot tar roofing, TPO membranes are strong, durable, and flexible. White TPO membranes reflect UV rays and heat from the building, which helps keep commercial warehouses, storage facilities, and working and living environments more cost-efficient. Furthermore, TPO roofing offers lower maintenance and resists pollutants and chemicals found in the environment.
You and the occupants of your building will be happy because TPO membranes promote a quiet roof, and its low-odor adhesives and adhesive-less installation options reduce odors that can seep into the interior space.
Also, if your building is in a stormy area, you will appreciate TPO roofing’s tear, abrasion, and puncture-resistant qualities. With a lifespan of 30 or more years, it is perfect for commercial and industrial buildings with flat roofs.
When T and G Roofing installs your TPO roofing system, you can rest assured that you are getting a high-quality product. We’ve partnered with top single ply membrane manufacturers like Carlisle SynTec and are an approved applicator of their products.
10 Year No Leak Guarantee
We offer single ply because we know it is the best flat roofing system on the market. After years of using traditional hot tar roofing, we turned to single ply because we genuinely believe it is the superior option for our clients. It has a proven track record and is durable, Class-A fire-rated, and reflective.
That's why we offer an industry-leading ten year no leak guarantee in addition to long-term manufacturer warranties. And we put each project through a rigorous quality inspection before it's marked complete.
The Advantages of TPO Roofing
As one of the most affordable roofing materials on the market, TPO costs less than PVC, EDPM, and other types of single ply roofing. Depending on the roof, TPO membranes cost anywhere from three to four dollars per square foot.
Strength and Durability
TPO roofing is a popular option because it is flexible and can resist bacteria, debris, algae, and dirt. It is also resistant to ultraviolet and chemical exposure, as well as inclement weather. Furthermore, it lasts two to three times longer than hot tar roofing.
The energy efficiency of TPO is attractive to many property and commercial building owners. TPO roofing is white with highly reflective properties that reflect UV rays and heat from the building, which decreases cooling costs during warm months.
Superior to hot tar roofing, TPO roofing is lightweight and flexible, which means it is easy to install. Additionally, it does not involve the use of dangerous chemicals or open flames. Therefore, installation is safer and easier and usually takes less time than other traditional systems.
Depending upon your building and situation, our TPO roofing installation generally starts by preparing your exiting roof. After removing or cleaning your current roof, we install insulation layers. You can choose from three main types of insulation: Polyisocyanurate (Polyiso), Expanded Polystyrene (EPS), and Extruded Polystyrene (XPS).
Next, a cover board is usually placed on top for the membrane to be attached . The membrane is either mechanically fastened or chemically adhered to the cover board.
When we install the membrane sheets, we lay them out, so the sides overlap. Finally, we use a heat welder to seal the single-ply membranes to each other.
Our expert technicians carefully address every roof detail from drains, curbs, pipe flashing, and heating/cooling units. Also, we follow all manufacturer best practice recommendations.
After installation is complete, your new roof will undergo a rigorous quality inspection to make sure that the work has been finished to our high standards and workmanship.