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Single Ply

TPO/PVC/EPDM


     Single-Ply Membranes are sheets of rubber and other synthetics that can be ballasted, mechanically fastened or chemically adhered to insulation creating a single layer of waterproof membrane on low slope roofs. There are three main types of single-ply membrane commercial roofing: Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO), Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC),  and Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer (EPDM). A single ply membrane can be installed over layers of roof insulation, cover board, or depending on the application, can be installed directly to the roof deck.


Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) 

  • High UV Reflectivity  
  • Typically White in Color ( Limited Colors available with different manufactures )
  • Seams are Heat welded together with hot air guns instead of open flames
  • Compatible when asphalt roof systems are close by


Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC)

  • High UV Reflectivity
  • Typically White in Color ( Limited Colors available with different manufactures )
  • Seams are Heat welded together with hot air guns instead of open flames


Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer Rubber (EPDM)

  • Black in Color 
  • Low UV Reflectivity
  • Seams are sealed with Adhesive tapes

Questions ?

There are many different single ply roof applications and options. If you need help deciding on your best option just give us a call. We can help you with your warranty options, recommending a name brand, type of product, or answering any technical details about installing a new single ply roof. 


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Mechanically Fastened TPO

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Sheets of single ply membrane are laid loosely, Mechanically fastened with Fasteners, and laps are heat welded to make a watertight barrier

Fully Adhered TPO

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Sheets of TPO membrane are pulled back and technicians apply adhesive to both the back of the TPO and the deck. Once dry to the touch, the membrane is then rolled into the adhesive on the deck, making the TPO fully adhered with heat welded seams.

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