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McAllen Roofing Service, Rhino Tuff Roofing, Explains The Advantages Of TPO Roofing Material For Commercial Buildings.
Thermoplastic Polyolefin (T.P.O.) is incredibly durable against tears, impacts, & punctures with sensible flexibility to allow for building movement. T.P.O.’s are available in white, light gray, & black with a thicknesses of either forty five mils (.045?) or sixty mils (.060?).
T.P.O. roofing is strengthened with a polyester material created using an ultraviolet-resistant thermoplastic polyolefin formulation. It’s created to be applied in mechanically mounted & adhered roofing applications in new, re-roof & re-cover roof constructions. It’s fire & chemical resistant, possessing U.V. inhibitors for added longevity.
T.P.O. membranes are single-ply roof membranes produced from ethylene propylene rubber. They’re created to mix the durability of EPDM rubber together with the proven performance of hot-air seams that can be welded. Seam strengths are reportedly three to four times those of EPDM’s adhesive & tape seams.
They are mixed with polypropylene (plastic) & ethylene-propylene (rubber) using state-of-the-art polymer producing technology. The result’s an excellent business roofing system that’s: . Reliable . Value effective . Green . Easy to set upAn entire line of accessories, sealants & adhesives is additionally available.
With your commercial building being inundated with the Texas sun and heat, A T.P.O. roof system is the best choice for you. Contact Rhino Tuff Roofing today to ask questions about Thermoplastic Polyolefin, or to set up an appointment.
McAllen Roofing Service contractor Brett Hannah, President of Rhino Tuff Roofing, is a licensed contractor that has been in the business for 10 years. Rhino Tuff Roofing is an approved contractor for all insurance companies.
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