How to choose the right contractor for your TPO Roofing systems?

If you are in search for a budget-friendly and single-ply roof that is durable, a TPO roofing system might be the best choice four you and your commercial roofing needs. Just like with metal roofing systems, TPO roofing is quickly getting more and more popular in both commercial and residential roofing market. TPO roofing system offers benefits that you can receive from PVC and EPDM rubber roofs, but they are more economical concerning the price. If you choose a TPO, it will give you a number of environmental, installation and performance advantages over other flat roofing systems. But because this roofing material is relatively new on the market there are some things you should take into consideration before opting for a TPO roofing system.

A TPO membrane is produced out of rubber. It is chemically bonded together using an exclusive technology that binds propylene, ethylene, and rubber. At the end of the process, various other materials are included such as fiberglass, talc, and carbon filler. All those elements reinforce the TPO roofing materials giving it more durability and strength. This roofing membrane is specially designed to offer advantages of a heat-weldable seams and a rubber roof for additional strength and durability. TPO membranes are being manufactured in the United States since 1990 and are one of the most popular single-ply choices in the roofing industry. This material is produced and made to achieve a various design specifications and needs. TPO roofing membranes are available in the variety of colors such as light gray, white and black. If your business is located in the region where summers can be scorching, you should choose white TPO membrane because it has a high level of reflective properties and they can save you a lot of money you would otherwise spend on energy expenses. TPO roofing takes the best properties of other flat roofing systems like PVC and EPDM, and that mean that you won’t need to repair them or replace them before the end of the life cycle. They also offer business owners a cost-effective, energy efficient and innovative roofing solution. TPO roofing membranes are highly durable. They are resistant to bacteria, dirt, algae, moss, mold, mildew, punctures, tears, and impact damage. Because of its flexibility, you don’t have to worry about your building setting and moving. All those movements will not jeopardize your TPO roofing system. Also, TPO roofing can easily stand up to harming UV rays, chemical and ozone exposure without getting damaged. Hot welded seams are durable and sturdy, and it can perform up to 4 times better than EPDM roofing system with tape and adhesive seams.

To conclude, TPO is a great flat roofing option for your business. With its exceptional durability, strength and longevity it might be the perfect choice for your building. It can save you money on energy expenses and maybe most important; it is budget friendly roofing solution. So if you are a business owner in search for a new roofing system, you can contact us or visit our homepage.

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 by J. W on Anchor Roofing, Inc.
Great Service

I choose Bill Hubbell over 3 other roofers home depot because he made the roof happen at a critical weather situation labor day weekend that could have resulted in much home owner ins. damage

 by John on Anchor Roofing, Inc.
Prompt scheduling and good workmanship

I've worked with this company on many claims and always found them to exemplify what every homeowner should look for in a contractor, therefore I give them two thumbs up and a five star rating

Anchor Roofing, Inc.
3511 Bering Dr.
Houston , TX 77057
Phone: (713) 266-2777
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