We are certified installers by manufacturers Mule Hide and Carlisle TPO.


What is TPO?

TPO stands for thermoplastic polyolefin. Basically it is a single-ply reflective roofing membrane made of rubber materials. It is typically installed in a fully adhered system. Therefore allowing the white membrane to remain exposed to the element for the life of the roof. They offer a smooth surface for easy cleaning and maintenance is almost non-existent.

Why Choose TPO?

One of the factors that make TPO roofing attractive both in commercial roofing is its reasonable cost. TPO offers many of the same benefits as PVC roofing, such as hot-air weldable seams and energy efficiency, but at a lower cost. In comparison to other thermoplastic membranes, TPO resists mold growth, dirt accumulation, tears impact, and punctures. It is made to be flexible and can allow for a building’s movement or settling. In general TPO membranes are manufactured with wider sheets and are lightweight. This means that the material is easier to install and there are fewer seams. Less work and time associated with the installation translates into direct savings for you in the cost of installation.

Go green with TPO

Reduce your carbon footprint with a TPO roof and save money. The white smooth surface reflects the sun’s rays and reduces solar heat. Living in the Texas heat this option might be for you. On top of saving you in energy costs, this material won’t degrade over time. These roofs also surpass Energy Star requirements.