TPO Commercial Roofing in Georgia
Modern, innovative, and accomplished TPO Roofing in Gwinnett County with a number of years of experience in the field of roof design, installation, repair, and maintenance.
What is TPO?
TPO (short for thermoplastic olefin) is a type of material used mainly in commercial roofing. It is, similarly to PVC, a type of thermoplastic blend of rubber (usually polypropylene and polyethylene) and a filler (fiberglass or a carbon filler). The fillers play an important role in creating extra durability.
Once manufactured, TPO membranes are installed to the roof by welding several plates together using hot air, and not adhesives or tapes, which allows high resistance to leakage.
TPO roofing is a relatively new commercial roofing solution with efforts being made daily to improve the functionality and the durability. Since it is a market novelty, there have been several instances of TPO roofing malfunction, such as leakage, or damage due to heat exposure. Over the years, professionals have improved the chemical formulas of the material and such instances are now virtually impossible.
At Georgia Roof Pro, we value the quality of the materials we use to create your perfect roofing. That’s why the service of installment and maintenance of TPO roofing with us upholds the highest standards in the commercial roofing industry.
If you wish to install or repair TPO roofing on your commercial building, wait no longer and contact us today. Our professionals will know what do with your roof and provide you with the best possible service. Other types of commercial roofings we do are EPDM, PVC, and BUR.
How Can TPO Roofing Benefit Your Building
Buildings covered with TPO roofing are protected from various risks and threats that usually occur with buildings with inadequate roofing. Those risks include bacteria, algae, and fungi. If you install TPO roofing to your commercial building, rest assured that it will be protected from any kind of biological factors.
The durability and the flexibility of the material enable the roofing to gain resistance to tearing, breaking or physical damage. The fillers used in the production of the material reinforce the blend to become much stronger, and thus be able to protect your building better.
TPO roofing is very much resistant to various instances of reactions with chemical elements (such as abrasives or ozone) and UV radiation, which makes it a favored choice of owners of commercial buildings that are built to last for ages.
Because of its newly found place in the roofing market and its production being consistent with today’s trends, TPO does not harm the environment. Being environmentally-friendly, TPO material is completely recyclable, which is a big plus for those who care about the impact of their roofing choices on the environment. No chlorine is added to the material nor being used during the production process, and the UV radiation protection also plays a big role in keeping the outside air cleaner.
Such type of roofing is also relatively cheap compared to other types of commercial roofing, which is also an advantage when you’re tight on budget or when you wish to spend your money on other elements of your building.
More About Georgia Roof Pro
We are a company that values our customers and sees their satisfaction as one of their priorities in business. This is the reason we put all of our efforts to improve the quality of our work, to come up with new techniques and technology, and, subsequently, to make sure you get what you asked for, and that is only the best products and services in commercial roofing.
If you are looking for a roofing solution to your personal home, do not look any longer – we also make residential roofing solutions possible. Alongside our roofing solutions, we take pride in the first-rate services we offer to our customers, such as roof repair and roof replacement.
Our locations include Lawrenceville, Dacula, Grayson, Buford, Sugar Hill and Duluth, all located in Gwinnett County service area. If you are in need of a new commercial roofing solution, and you are a resident of Gwinnett County, make sure to contact us and ensure your building gets the treatment it deserves.