TPO

Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) is an eco-friendly roofing membrane used for its cost-friendly benefits by implementing its reflective properties. This helps to reduce energy costs by lowering gas and electricty consumption to cool the building.  TPO sheets are created using a blend of polypropylene and ethylene proylene polymers and are usually enforced with polyester. It has been shown that over a period of about 10 years, a TPO roofing system can save as much as $250,000 in cooling costs in warmer climates such as Florida and Texas.  TPO membranes are available in black and white and a variety of thicknesses including 45 mil. (.045"), 60 mil (.060"), 72 mil (.072"), and 80 mil (.080"), and contain colorant, flame retardants, UV absorbers, and other proprietary substances to achieve desired physical properties.

Single Ply

Single-ply membranes are factory-manufactured membranes that are sheet-like.  There are two types of single-ply membranes: thermoplastic or thermoset.  Thermoplastic materials can be softened when heat and hardened when cool.

Single-ply membranes are produced using one of three manufacturing processes: calendering, extruding or spread coating.

Single-ply membranes can be installed fully adhered, mechanically attached or held down with ballast.  Most single-ply roof systems do not receive surfacings

PVC Membrane

A PVC polymer bottom ply; a strong, polyester-reinforced fabric center (scrim) and a tough, thermoplastic PVC-compounded top ply. PVC is specifically designed for long term performance and is produced with the strictest quality control measures providing end users and owners the most consistent and reliable product on the market today.