TPO Roof Installation

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What Is A TPO Roof?

TPO roofing is one of the most popular roofing systems available on the market for commercial buildings and warehouses. TPO stands for Thermoplastic Polyolefin, a single-ply membrane that consists of synthetics and reinforcing scrim. Usually, these are installed on warehouses and commercial structures because they have flat roofs. The membranes used in the roofing system come in rolls of varying sizes that can be easily rolled out on top of these structures.
When it comes to the integrity of your commercial business, it is important to have a roof over your head that is durable, long-lasting, and made from the best materials available. It is also crucial to work with a team of experienced professional contractors to ensure it is installed correctly. IronHead is the fastest growing roofing company in Oregon and we know a thing or two about installs that will keep you protected from the elements, such as TPO roofs. Learn more about how one of our roofs can benefit you and reach out to our team for a quote on your service today!


There is a reason that TPO roofs are the fastest growing roofing system on the market for commercial spaces. In addition to being easy to install and maintain, some other benefits include:
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UV reflective surfaces, allowing them to repel sunlight and absorb less heat than an uncovered or uninsulated rooftop.
The membrane is what gets installed, not the insulation — this means the customer has the option to choose whichever kind they want for their specific roof.
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TPO roofing membranes have a Class A fire resistant listing from Underwriters Laboratories (UL), meaning that your building is protected.
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These membranes typically last up to 15 to 20 years, meaning your investment will last a while. If maintained properly, the membrane can even last 30 years.
Troubleshooting is fairly straightforward — punctures, rips, and other issues are generally easy to identify.
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Saving On Energy Costs With TPO Roofing

As previously mentioned, commercial TPO roofing is UV reflective, meaning it bounces light off of the building’s surface instead of absorbing it. This means your building is able to stay cooler during the summer months without the need to increase your use of interior air conditioning systems. When dealing with a large commercial warehouse or commercial building, these costs can rise significantly alongside the temperature. Businesses can save themselves more than a quarter of their typical energy costs, which can go a long way in helping your bottom line. Additionally, there are also options for black membranes, which absorb sunlight, reducing the need for heating during the winter.
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How Much Does A TPO Installation Cost?

One of the most popular aspects of TPO roofs is the cost. Generally speaking, you will be spending between $3.50 and $7.50 in parts and labor for every square foot with a single ply membrane. But, this is entirely dependent on a number of different variables, including the size and condition of your existing roof, your choice of installation, roof access, and the type of warranty you decide on. While the upfront cost of a TPO roof installation may seem like a lot, you will be looking at a significant amount of savings in labor costs over the course of your commercial roof’s life when you consider the durability of the material and the comparative ease with which issues can be repaired.

Get A Quote Today

If you are interested in getting TPO roofing installed on your property, make sure that you work with the professionals at IronHead. Contact us for a quote today!