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Thermoplastic Membranes 2018-02-28T18:08:02+00:00

How Do You Know when Your Roof Needs Repair?

When you perform a visual inspection, finding any of these structural hazards means it is time for roof repair:

  • Loss of Rock Surface
  • Cracking, Bubbling, and Delamination.
  • Pooling of Water
  • Holes and Buckling of Surface
  • Issues with Seams

Flat and Low-Slope Roofs have Specific Compositions that are Different from that of a Peaked Roof.

The old way of protecting your home was to install one of the following types of roofing systems:

  • Rolled Asphalt
  • Torch Down (Modified Bitumen)
  • Tar and Gravel (Built-Up Roof)

What’s the Best Material and Installation for a Flat or Low-Slope Roof?

TPO “Thermoplastic Membrane”

  • The most popular for flat or low-slope roofs!
  • Innovative, energy-efficient roofing solution.
  • Virtually indestructible roofing system!
  • Highly resistant to tears, punctures and impact damage.
  • Environmentally friendly!
  • Does not leak!
  • Resists dirt, bacteria, algae and debris build-up!
  • Considered a cool roof and energy star rated.
  • Reflects the sun’s ultraviolet rays, significantly lowering HVAC costs and reducing the heat island effect.
  • Solar panel friendly!

The Benefits of Installing a TPO Roofing System.

Pleasing Appearance

  • TPO not only keeps your house leak free, but is very pleasing to the eye.
  • TPO roof systems come with prefabricated flashings which adds professionalism to the project and quality to its performance.

Resists Ponding Water

  • TPO roofing systems are formulated to withstand ponding water.
  • Ponding water will not affect the performance or lasting warranty of the roof system

Class “A” Fire Rating

  • The TPO roof system is non-combustible and has a UL Class “A” rating for flame resistance.
  • Unlike old-fashioned roof material, TPO will resist flames rather than fuel them.