TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin) Roofing:
TPO is a single-ply reflective membrane composed of synthetic components along with reinforcing fibers that stabilize and strengthen the membrane and increase longevity. TPO has gained considerable popularity in the commercial roofing space, due to its ease of installation and energy saving characteristics.
Roofing is an asphalt-based, close cousin of the Built-up-Roof (BUR) designed for buildings with low-slope or "flat" roof structures.
More commonly known as tar and gravel roofs, this material consists of alternating layers of bitumen and reinforcing fabrics. Together, these create a finished membrane. The bitumen used includes asphalt, cold-applied adhesive, or coal tar. As for the reinforcing fabric, manufacturers use organic or fiberglass mats. For surfacing, manufacturers use different types of materials: aggregates, fiberglass or mineral surfaced cap sheets, hot asphalt, aluminum coatings, or elastomeric coatings.
Metal Roof Panels
Low Slope Metal Roofs provide years of low cost, low maintenance performance. Low Slope Metal Roofs have been a preferred roof covering for commercial and industrial buildings for years because of their ability to protect against the elements, to allow water to drain away from the roof surface, and to keep building contents and occupants dry.