TPO Flat Roofing Installation and Repair

Reliable Single-ply Thermoplastic Roofing Contractors

Emmons Roofing & Siding is a leading provider of commercial roofing services, including new installations, replacements, inspections, maintenance, and repairs, and our company is fully licensed and insured in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. TPO is one of the common roofing materials we use. TPO roofing is heat reflective, fire resistant, and lightweight, and it’s highly resistant to punctures, extreme temperatures, severe weather, and bacterial growth. It features air-welded seams, which lets it withstand high winds, and can last 20 years or more when installed by the expert roofers at Emmons.

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TPO Roofing

TPO Roofing Replacement & Installation Experts

Emmons performs new TPO roofing installations. We can also use TPO for reroofing applications whether you currently have BUR, EPDM, TPO, or something else. The installation process is integral to the strength and durability of your new TPO roof, which makes it vital to choose the right company. There are many roofers throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania, but our team of commercial roofers at Emmons team are certified, insured, and skilled, and we have a wealth of practical experience. We understand the nuances of the material and methods and can tailor it to a wide variety of unique applications, including apartment complexes, commercial buildings, industrial sites, shopping centers, and much more.

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Suspect Your Roof Has Been Damaged?

TPO is flexible and up to four times stronger than EPDM, which makes it a popular choice for commercial applications. Despite this durability, TPO roofing does require routine attention. We recommend scheduling Emmons for a professional inspection at least once a year. The building manager should perform regular visual inspections as well, and we strongly encourage you to schedule an inspection after a severe storm or other extreme weather. TPO roofs do withstand natural wear and tear well but can be prone to severe weather damage particularly when there are installation imperfections. Being proactive about the maintenance of your TPO roof will extend its life and save you money over time.

Why Choose Emmons for Your TPO Roofing Needs?

No matter our success or our size, Emmons Roofing & Siding has remained true to our family business roots. Attention to detail, superior workmanship, and excellence in customer service and care is what made us successful in the first place. Our company is not just licensed and insured in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, we are established here and have earned the trust of the region. Many of our customers are repeat business, and a lot of our new clients come to us via word of mouth. Our company has decades of experience with TPO roofing and other commercial roofing applications, and you can hire us knowing that the job will be done right the first time and that the work will last for many years to come.

What is TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin) Roofing?

TPO is a rubber material used in single-ply roofing applications. It became a popular alternative to PVC in the 1990s because it was more economical, and it continued to become more prevalent for commercial applications as it proved to be more energy-efficient than both PVC and EPDM. A TPO roof has a single membrane, but it comprises three bonded layers: the TPO base, a polyester-reinforced fabric center, and a TPO top layer. The center layer gives TPO its flexibility and the top and bottom layers its strength. TPO roofing is also versatile as it’s available in several colors and a wide range of thicknesses and widths.

Is TPO Roofing Ideal for Your Building?

Since TPO is affordable, durable, and lightweight, it’s a strong choice for practically any commercial building in our service area. One of the great benefits of the material is that it will hold heat in winter and reflect it in summer thus making your building more cost-effective to heat and cool. While usually not a concern in our region, TPO may not be the optimal choice if the roof will be subject to high heat on a consistent basis. Emmons can perform an inspection of your roof and provide you with our professional recommendation on which material to use.

TPO Roofing Benefits

  • Flexibility
  • UV Resistance
  • Environment Friendly
  • Strength

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Other Types of Roofing Materials We Work With

As economical and durable as TPO is, it’s not the ideal choice for all commercial buildings throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Emmons works with EPDM and BUR as well, and we perform inspections, maintenance, repairs, and installations of those commercial roofing systems.

EPDM Roofing

EPDM is another type of synthetic rubber and has long been used throughout the U.S. for commercial roofing applications. It’s available in black and white and, like TPO, has a wide range of widths and thicknesses. EPDM roofing can last 50 years, which is longer than TPO, but is not as energy efficient and may result in higher heating and cooling costs in many scenarios.

Built-Up Roofing (BUR)

Built-up roofing is called such because the installation process entails alternating gravel and tar layers and thus building up the roof. This means that you can build up the roof to the specific needs of the application, and the cost and durability will reflect the number of layers installed. BUR holds up well to foot traffic and resists sunlight and heat but has a comparatively short lifespan of about 20 years.

Rely on The Roofing Professionals at Emmons

Don’t leave your commercial roof to just anyone. Choose a company with decades of proven commercial roofing experience that will help you maximize your investment. We’ll install your TPO or another commercial roof fast, with precision, and stand behind our workmanship. We’re also available for inspections, maintenance, and repairs. If you have any questions about our services or would like to schedule an appointment, call us today at 1-856-885-6677 or contact us online.