TPO Roofing

High reflective properties, helping reduce energy consumption

Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO)

TPO is an environmental and economic choice for membrane roofing. TPO allows all property owners, commercial or residential, to reduce energy costs and environmental impact due to its reflective properties.

What is TPO?

TPO is a single-ply roofing material made of ethylene propylene rubber. TPO roofs have excellent heat reflective properties and are ENERGY STAR rated. The Cool Roof Rating Council also considers it a cool roof, which helps keep your property cooler and reduces energy costs.

TPO roofs are 100% recyclable at the end of their life span, resist algae, dirt, and debris build up and withstand harmful ultraviolet rays. They are durable and resistant to punctures, tears, and impact damage as well.

Advantages of TPO Roofing Systems

  • Comparable in price to EPDM Roofing
  • White colour helps to reflect sunlight and keep buildings cool
  • Easily installs around chimneys and other obstructions
  • Resistant to corrosion and breakdown
  • Does not promote growth of algae or mildew
  • Does not require pressure washing

TPO Roof Installation

There are three methods of installation for a thermoplastic olefin (TPO) roof:

Adhesion - The TPO Roof is attached to the underlayment using a strong adhesive creating a strong, waterproof seal

Mechanical - The TPO Roofing materials are attached directly to the underlayment using screws. The TPO material is overlapped to prevent any gaps and create a strong seal. Overlapping pieces are bonded together using hot air welding to ensure they remain waterproof.

Ballast - Heavy material such as gravel or rock is placed on top of the TPO membrane to keep it in position. The perimeter of the roof is fully sealed to ensure it remains waterproof.

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Did we mention that as a manufacturer-certified installer, we are able to offer the best warranties on the market for every roof we install? Up to 10 years on workmanship and 50 years on materials.