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TPO Roofing

Tulsa, Oklahoma

TPO Roofing Tulsa

TPO Roofing Systems & TPO Roof Repair

If you have a commercial building with a flat roof system that’s leaking or seems to have reached the end of its useful life, let’s talk about a TPO roof system. Pro-Tech Roofing provides TPO roofing services in Tulsa, Oklahoma and surrounding communities.

TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin) is one of the most popular roof systems in use today. TPO is a single-ply roof membrane that is supported by a properly designed solid substrate – often consisting of an insulation system.

Let us inspect your roof for free – to see if your building would be a good candidate for a TPO roofing system.

When you contact Pro-Tech Roofing, we will inspect your roof for things like: punctures, tears, membrane degradation, loose or unsealed  flashing, hail damage, separations, pooling and more.

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Pro-tech Roofing is an Oklahoma Licensed Roofing Company with Commercial Endorsement from the State of Oklahoma Construction Industries Board. Our commercial license number is #80003685.

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TPO Roofing FAQs

What is TPO roofing?

TPO roofing refers to the installation of a single-ply roof membrane. And while it’s referred to as “single-ply” the TPO membrane actually includes three layers bonded together by heat and chemicals to form the roof membrane.

How is a TPO roof installed?

Your roof will be thoroughly evaluated prior to designing the TPO roof system. TPO requires a solid substrate for support, which may include an insulation system engineered to promote water flow, improve drainage and increase energy efficiency of the building. There are three primary modes of installation for a TPO roof – fully adhered with bonding agents, mechanically-attached with specialized fasteners or ballasted with gravel or pavers. The method chosen for your building depends on building design, structural design and substrate.

Can my TPO roof be repaired?

In some cases, a TPO roof does not require a full roof replacement. If your TPO roof is leaking around roof penetrations or as a result of punctures, it could be repaired. If your TPO roof has been damaged by hail or wind, it may need to be replaced. A roof inspection can determine this.

How often should my TPO roof be inspected?

While your TPO roof is often out of site out of mind (until you have a roof leak), it should be part of routine maintenance inspections. Ideally, your roof should be professionally inspected at least annually and directly after any major weather event. A good professional TPO roof inspection will look for damage to membranes, sealants, caulking, flashing, etc. We look for ponding water, punctures, mold & mildew buildup, blisters, cracks, damage from falling objects or foot traffic, clogged drains or gutters, unsealed seams and deteriorated materials.

What type of maintenance should be done on my TPO roof?

While roof maintenance varies by roof type, in general, there are certain best practices that will help extend the life of your roof.

  • Remove debris – debris that accumulates can clog drainage systems and damage the roof surface.
  • Fix roof leaks quickly – a small roof leak can cause major damage over time. Fixing them may require sealing around flashing, seams or replacing worn-out components.
  • Maintain drainage system – keeping your drains and gutters clean and sealed help prevent water pooling and keeps water moving away from your roof.

What areas do you serve?

In addition to Tulsa, we serve property owners with TPO roofing services in all surrounding area, including: Bixby, Broken Arrow, Jenks, Owasso, Coweta, Claremore, Collinsville, Glenpool, Inola, Skiatook, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Grand Lake.

 

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