Are you considering having your single-ply roof on your commercial building replaced? Single-ply roofing membranes are those that are applied in one layer, and they come in several different types. Two of the most common types of single-ply roofing systems we offer at Stonewater Roofing are TPO and EPDM. TPO roofing is a thermoplastic option which is typically white and has a reflective surface which is excellent for tax incentives and can reduce energy costs. EPDM roofing is a rubber based membrane which is typically black and is UV resistant.
ThermoPlastic Olefin (TPO) Roofing
Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) is made of an ethylene/propylene rubber blend which enables the membrane to combine durability and flexibility. It is resistant to fire, ozone, and ultraviolet rays and the growth of mold and other destroyers. It is considered a cool roof because it resists heat from the sun.
TPO roofing systems are extremely cost-effective and reliable, which is why it is a common choice among business and commercial property owners. Our experienced roofers are trained to ensure the reroofing process goes smoothly, and you are left with a roof that will perform for years. TPO comes in a variety of thickness and types, such as ballasted, adhered, or mechanically attached, and can be put on relatively quickly by our stellar crew.