Roofing Systems

TPO Single-Ply

Short for thermoplastic polyolefin, TPO is one of the best and longest-lasting roof systems used today. First introduced as a pool liner in the 1980's, you can rely on TPO to keep your building dry and watertight.

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Benefits of a TPO Roof

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Ultimate durability

TPO roofs are durable; resisting dirt, bacteria, algae and debris build-up. It's flexibility makes it highly resistant to tears, punctures and impact damage. This flexibility also allows for a building’s movement and setting, without compromising the roof’s performance. Hot-air welded seam strengths are as much as 3-4 times greater than EPDM adhesive and tape seams.

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Environmentally friendly

The solar reflective properties of white TPO roofs contribute to reduction of energy waste from HVAC systems. Moreover, reflecting sun’s ultraviolet rays leads to the mitigation of the heat island effect in urban areas and contributes to cooler interior temperatures inside. Also, TPO is one of the few 100% recyclable roofing materials available.

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One of the factors that makes TPO roofing attractive both in residential and commercial construction is its reasonable cost. Being a less labor-intensive installation process, the overall cost of a TPO replacement system is often times less costly than other commercial roofing systems.

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Industry-leading warranties

Due to it's aforementioned durability, TPO roof replacement systems offer some of the best and longest warranties in the industry. With NDL manufacturer guarantees of up to 35 years, TPO is your best and smartest choice for lasting peace-of-mind.

Installation Methods & Warranties

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a commercial roof replacement and a roof recover/layover?

A commercial roof replacement involves completely removing the existing roof system and installing a new one, while a roof recover/layover involves installing a new roof system over the existing one without removing it.

How do I determine if my commercial roof needs a replacement or a roof recover/layover?

Several factors come into play when deciding between a roof replacement and a roof recover/layover. These include the condition of the existing roof, its age, the extent of damage, and local building codes. Our roofing experts can assess your roof and provide you with a professional recommendation.

Can a roof recover/layover be done on any type of commercial roof?

Roof recovers/layovers are possible on certain types of commercial roofs, such as single-ply or modified bitumen systems. However, not all roofs are suitable for this method, and it depends on factors like the condition and structural integrity of the existing roof. Our team can evaluate your specific roof to determine if a recover/layover is feasible.

What are the benefits of a commercial roof replacement?

A commercial roof replacement offers several advantages, including improved energy efficiency, enhanced durability, increased lifespan, and the opportunity to incorporate modern roofing materials and technologies. It also allows for a thorough inspection of the roof deck and underlying structure, ensuring any underlying issues are addressed.

Are there any advantages to choosing a roof recover/layover instead of a replacement?

Roof recovers/layovers can provide cost savings and shorter installation times compared to full replacements. They can be a viable option if the existing roof is in relatively good condition and can provide an additional layer of protection. However, it's essential to consider the long-term implications and consult with our professionals to determine the best course of action for your specific roof.

What kind of warranty is offered for commercial roof replacements and roof recovers/layovers?

At Economy Roofing, we offer comprehensive warranty options for both commercial roof replacements and roof recovers/layovers. The specific warranty coverage will depend on the type of roofing system and materials used but typically they range from 10-20 years. Our team will provide detailed information about the warranty terms and conditions associated with your specific project.

How long does it typically take to complete a commercial roof replacement or roof recover/layover?

The timeline for completing a commercial roof replacement or roof recover/layover can vary depending on several factors, including the size and complexity of the project, weather conditions, and material availability. Our experienced roofing team will provide you with an estimated timeline during the initial consultation. We strive to complete projects efficiently while ensuring the highest quality workmanship.