TPO is a great roofing solution for flat and low slope roofs. It is a single thermoplastic polyolefin membrane that is affixed on your roof manually or by heat welding. As it is a white membrane, the TPO reflects heat instead of absorbing it, keeping your home cooler. Typically, TPO roofing lasts for up to 25 years, with its lifespan varying on different factors such as the intensity of the sun it is exposed to.
TPO roofing membrane can be affixed with bonding adhesive, mechanically attached or ballasted at just the seams. These membranes are heat-welded to create a bond between sheets or between sheets and accessories.
Life expectancy of TPO roofs spans from 22 to 30 years, depending on the quality of material used. TPO roofs are fixed using heat-welding, which makes them strong and durable enough to sustain for decades.
TPO roofing is designed to absorb heat and UV rays, due to which can bring down the temperature of your home naturally, saving on cooling costs.
The tough TPO roofs are resistant to puncturing, water damage, bacteria, and dirt build-up. Thanks to this, these roofs are easier to maintain in the long run.
TPO membranes are cost-effective.