Thermoplastic Polyolefin

TPO roofing systems are applied in rolls that are welded together at the seams, forming a large sheet which covers the low-slope roof.  If you are interested in a new TPO single-ply roof for your commercial property, or if your existing TPO roof needs repair, call Donahue Roofing, we are your experts at TPO roofing installation in Billings, MT. (406) 248-5428

TPO Roofing in Billings, MTTPO is made from a blend of polypropylene and ethylene, and is often reinforced with a polyester scrim to help make them more puncture and tear-resistant. These roofing systems also contain flame retardants, colorant, UV absorbers and other additives to help achieve the desired physical characteristics. TPO roofing membranes can be repeatedly heated and cooled, becoming flexible in the hot weather and more hard as it grows colder, providing versatile protection year-round.

Benefits of TPO

Thermoplastic roofing systems are highly resistant to weather, debris, chemicals, and UV rays. The sheets are welded together with hot air, providing excellent seam strength for years. This is an important consideration, because the seams are often the first spot to fail on a flat roofing membrane. They are lightweight, making them suitable for older buildings where weight is a limiting factor and a heavy build-up roof or metal roofing system is not feasible.

TPO roofs are meant to be as durable as a rubber roof, while providing more flexibility and an easier installation procedure. The hot-welded seams are often up to 4 times stronger than the seams on a traditional rubber roofing system. TPO roofs can be welded together in a wide range of temperatures, making them an ideal replacement when your roof is damaged in the middle of winter.

Application Methods

TPO roofs can also be cold-adhered, mechanically attached, or ballasted in place. Gluing a TPO membrane to the roof deck or to sheets of insulation provides great resistance against wind-driven rain. Mechanically attaching a TPO membrane involves using screw-like fasteners to secure the material to your roof deck. Ballasting employs a layer of heavy material to secure the TPO in place. River rocks are a common ballast found on TPO roofing systems.

Get TPO Roofing in Billings, MT

For TPO roofing installation in Billings, MT, call Donahue Roofing. Whether you need a new roof installed, or your current roof is in need of repairs or a replacement, we can help! (406) 248-5428