Roof Solutions have installed many TPO roofs. TPO is a great choice for a low slope roof. Fillers commonly used in TPO production include, but are not limited to talc, fiberglass, carbon fiber, and wollastonite. Rubbers commonly used in TPO production include ethylene-propylene rubber and EPDM.
- Long-term heat and UV resistant
- Energy Efficient
- Fungal Resistant
Cost Effective – TPO is a single-ply roofing membrane. Made up of polymer base, polyester-reinforced fabric center, thermoplastic polyolefin compounded top ply. This makes it a cost effective option.
Long-term heat and UV resistant – One of the products used in TPO roofs is ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM). EPDM is a synthetic rubber, making it heat, UV, and weather resistant.
Energy Efficient – TPO is a highly reflective white surface. Significantly lowering the rooftop surface temperature.
Flexible – TPO is manufactured to be more pliable for easier installation. TPO maintains its flexibility in cold weather.
Fungal Resistant – TPO is water-resistant, making it is a natural fungal resistant material. It is incredibly effective in resisting bacteria, debris, algae, and dirt.
Versatile – TPO can be used in both residential and commercial roofing. TPO can be used on low slope and flat roofs. It is environmentally friendly and puncture-resistant against hail. It has heat-welded seals for superior strength.