If you are looking for a solid and cost-effective roofing system for your ramp or low roof, it may be the right option to roof the TPO. It is the most widely used monofilament membrane in the United States. It is covered by owners of commercial and industrial buildings who are looking to LEED credits for their projects.
What is TPO Roofing?
TPO stands for thermoplastic polyolefin. It is a single-layer reflective roofing membrane made of polypropylene and ethylene-propylene combined polymer. It is generally installed in a mechanically connected or fully adhered system.
TPO roofing was introduced for the first time in less than 20 years and soon became the main commercial roofing option for builders, architects, and ceilings. Not only is it a superior green solution for roofing, but it is also 100% recyclable without any secondary chemical products.
Advantages of Roofing TPO
TPO membranes provide homeowners and businesses with innovative, cost-effective and cost-effective roofing solutions. They are sturdy surfaces and resist dirt, algae, bacteria and debris accumulation. Because it is very flexible, it is very resistant to puncture, tears, and damage caused by shocks. Its flexibility allows the building to be prepared and moved without compromising roof performance. In addition, they are able to withstand the damage caused by exposure to ozone, UV, and chemical.
TPO roofing is also a star energy rating. Because of their ability to reverse ultraviolet rays, HVAC costs are greatly reduced. This feature will also make interior temperatures more comfortable during the hot summer months.
Eco-Friendly TPO Roofing
TPO roofing products are able to provide your business building with environmentally friendly non-waterproofing materials. Through the experience of Deforest Builders who are installing, you will get a 100% non-applicable roof surface with unique eco-friendly properties.
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