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TPO Roofing Contractors in the Oklahoma City Metro

TPO membranes are single-ply roof membranes manufactured from ethylene propylene rubber. TPO is an elastomeric membrane that accepts roofing motion along with the damaging thermal shock.TPO roofs are resistant against ozone, algae, eco-friendly and safe to setup. TPO (Thermoplastic Olefin) is a single ply roofing membrane is commonly in use on residential and commercial buildings. In newer construction TPO roofing is a preferred method. The TPO roofing membrane is usually installed with mechanical fasteners that place down on the edge of the sheet and are secured with the membrane and in to the roofs decking. Seam strengths are reportedly three to four times those of EPDM’s adhesive and tape seams.

Camelot Roofing and Construction specializes in the application of single-ply membrane roofing systems. There are three different varieties of the single-ply roofing systems that are widely used among commercial roofing contractors in the Oklahoma City Metro area. Those three include EPDM, the PVC and the TPO. Below you will find a brief description of each roofing system. Included with their composition and benefits, we will provide you the basic information for each roofing systems. If you are in the Oklahoma City Metro area, Camelot Roofing is your single-ply membrane roofing contractor. Feel free to call us today for a free, comprehensive roofing proposal.

Our Single-Ply Membrane Roofing Systems Include:

TPO: Thermoplascit Polyolefin

Single-Ply Membrane Roofing Systems TPO, Thermoplascit Polyolefin Roofing in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

TPO or thermoplastic polyolefin is a blend of polypropylene and ethylene-propylene polymers. TPOs are considered to be the innovative future in the commercial roofing industry. The TPO in short combines the attributes of the EPDM and the PVC to include long-term weathering resistance, cold weather flexibility, tear resistance, puncture resistance, and chemical resistance. Like PVC membranes, TPOs will not cure after exposure to natures elements. TPOs may or may not be reinforced and may also be designed in a variety of colors, and come in thicknesses ranging from 40 – 100 mils.

EPDM:

Single-Ply Membrane Roofing Systems EPDM, Elastomeric Polymer Roofing in the Oklahoma City Metro.

EPDM is an elastomeric polymer that has been synthesized from ethylene, propylene, and a small amount diene monomer. An EPDM membrane is a cured material and is classified as a “thermoset”. This is simply defined as such that the polymers molecular structure is “set” as a result of heating during the manufacturing process. EPDM sheets are available in a variety of colors, and range in thickness from 30 – 90 mils. EPDM membranes can be installed using one of three methods: ballasted with large stones, fully adhered with an approved adhesive, and mechanically attached to the roof deck.

PVC:

Single-Ply Membrane Roofing Systems PVC, Polyvinyl Chloride Roofing in the Oklahoma City Metro area.

PVC or polyvinyl chloride is produced by the polymerization of vinyl chloride monomer. PVC membranes can be non-reinforced or reinforced with glass fibers or polyester fabric. They come in thicknesses ranging from 45 – 96 mils. PVC membranes can be installed by mechanically attaching the membrane to the roof deck. They are then fully adhered with an approved adhesive, stone ballasted, and paver ballasted. PVC membranes do not cure after exposure to the elements therefore remains heat weldable throughout the lifetime of the roof.

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