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What is a TPO roof? TPO stands for Thermoplastic Polyolefin. TPO is a blend of polypropylene and ethylene-propylene rubber.
TPO is probably the most widely used roofing product in the market today. That is primarily due to the fact that it's less expensive and it's white. Thermoplastic Polyolefin, or TPO, roofing is a thin, rubberlike, single-ply sheet membrane material that’s been used since 1989 for commercial roofing and industrial structures. The raw TPO resin is mixed with materials to resist weathering and fire, and white pigments for color, and then rolled into thin sheets that are bonded to the top and bottom of a polyester fiber core to make roofing material that can withstand the elements.
Crosby installs TPO roofing systems in the Ft. Worth and Dallas, TX. areas using only the finest materials combined with experienced and quality workmanship.
When you’re looking to avoid the expense of removing an existing roofing system before installing a new one, EverGuard® Fleece-back TPO is the perfect choice. It’s also ideal for applications over abrasive surfaces such as concrete or granule-surfaced membranes, as no protective sheet is required. It also provides great installation flexibility, as it can be mechanically attached, mopped in hot asphalt, or fully adhered using either conventional or low rise foam adhesives. EverGuard® Fleece-back TPO even has system configurations for enhanced hail resistance.
Crosby Roofing is a GAF Master Elite commercial roofing contractor with over 30 years in the Texas area.