Single Ply Roofing

Roofing

Single Ply Roofing

Single-ply is wide width sheeting meant for low slope roofs. Single-ply roofs have far fewer seams than asphaltic rolled roof systems and don’t require dangerous torches or hot asphalt for installation. They also come with prefabricated detailing accessories that make installation easy.

About Single Ply Roofing

There are 3 main membranes for single ply roofing, perfect for commercial and residential low-slope applications.

TPO

The most popular product in commercial roofing, thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) is the most economical choice in heat-weldable membranes. TPO offers ease of welding for seaming and detailing. It’s highly reflective and can help reduce air conditioning costs.

EPDM

Our ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) membrane provides long-term strength, durability and weatherability. Its black surface can assist with snow melt and heat gain in colder climates. Its elasticity is great for freeze/thaw conditions and hail-prone areas. EPDM can be easily installed without electric-powered tools.

PVC

A highly flexible membrane that resists chemicals and animal fats, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a great choice for restaurant applications. It’s highly reflective and can help reduce air conditioning costs, making it great for warm southern climates.

Single Ply Roof FAQs

Single-ply roofs have far fewer seams than asphaltic rolled roof systems and don’t require dangerous torches or hot asphalt for installation. They also come with prefabricated detailing accessories that make installation easy.

If properly installed and maintained, a commercial single-ply membrane roof can last 30 years. There are quite a few other benefits of single-ply membrane roofing systems.

Mechanically attached, induction welded and fully-adhered. There are advantages to each type of installation that must be weighed depending on locale and contractor experience.

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