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What is a TPO roof?

TPO roofing is a type of single-ply membrane that is gaining traction in the commercial roofing industry. TPO stands for thermoplastic polyolefin, and it is quickly becoming one of the most popular flat roofing options available. The main advantages of TPO roofs include their durability, easy installation, and low maintenance requirements, making them the perfect choice for any commercial building.

TPO roofing systems are made up of a single layer of rubberized material that is strengthened by a polyester scrim. This type of roofing system is highly resistant to UV radiation, ozone, and chemicals, making it a great choice for locations that experience extreme weather. It is also highly reflective, which helps to reduce the amount of energy needed to cool the building and lower energy costs.

One of the biggest benefits of TPO roofing is its ability to prevent water from penetrating the roof. The rubberized material is highly resistant to water, and the polyester scrim helps to keep the membrane sealed. This means that TPO roofs are highly effective at preventing water from seeping into the building, which can lead to costly repairs in the future.

In addition to its durability and water resistance, TPO roofs are also incredibly easy to install and maintain compared to older roofing material.

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