New TPO Roof

If you're in the market for a new TPO roof installation in Colorado or Wyoming, you're in luck. TPO is a great product. It resists high temperatures, UV rays, and a variety of weather conditions. Today's TPO membranes come in a variety of colors, as well, such as green, brown, tan, grey, terra cotta, as well as the standard white. If a light color is used, it reflects heat away from your building, which lowers your cooling bill. What's more, a TPO roof today can last between 20 and 30 years.

Having us install your TPO roof also has its perks. We stand behind our TPO roof installations in Colorado with a 5-year workmanship guarantee. We are fully licensed and insured. We always get permits for every roofing project. And, with over 30 years in the roofing business, we know what we're doing. But, don't take our word for it. Contact any of our single membrane manufacturers and ask them if they stand behind our work with a warranty.

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TPO roof cost

Today, a TPO roof installation in Colorado or Wyoming costs around $7/sf. This is, of course, an average and it depends upon several things, such as which specific TPO product is being installed, the condition and complexity of the roof, the insulation that is installed, etc. Contact us for a free estimate and to discuss your specific needs.

TPO lifespan

How long will your new TPO roof last? 20 to 30 years, if properly installed, regularly inspected and maintained. As with any roofing product, a long lasting roof starts with a proper installation. This is why commercial building contractors trust us to install their new single ply roofing system - they know we'll do it right the first time and we guarantee our work.

TPO product options

New TPO roofs today fit into the following categories. Different manufacturers might give their own TPO products their own name, but these are the basic TPO products:

  • Standard TPO
  • Fleece-backed TPO
  • Self-adhering TPO
  • TPO with protective film (protects the membrane while we're installing it 🙂 )

New TPO roof features

Unlike PVC, TPO does not contain plasticizers, therefore it is considered a more 'green' or sustainable commercial roofing product for Colorado businesses. TPO is also dirt, bacteria, algae, and mold resistant, again, unlike PVC. Although TPO today comes in a small variety of colors, if a light color is used, it will help lower your Summer utility cost by reflecting heat away from your commercial building. A fleeced-back TPO roof offers excellent hail resistance. A ballasted roof further protects your roof from hail, debris, foot traffic. An optional, temporary top film applied to your new TPO roofing membrane helps protect it from scuffs and dirt during installation, which can eliminate some clean-up labor costs.

Who's a TPO roof for?

Commercial buildings, such as these, use TPO:

  • manufacturing
  • warehouses
  • department stores
  • office buildings
  • condominiums
  • medical and dental offices
  • hotels

TPO roof installation and repair

Even a high quality TPO roof can fail prematurely if it's improperly installed. That's why a long lasting roof starts with a quality product and a professional installation. Too often we replace or repair roofs that should have lasted longer but didn't, just because they weren't installed correctly. We have a dedicated single-ply membrane installation and repair crew. They only install and repair single-ply membranes such as TPO, PVC, and EPDM. This makes them specialized, focused, and quick in what they do.

It's also very important that your roof be inspected regularly. Often, a potential problem can be spotted before it developes into a bigger one. Common signs to look for are water pooling, blocked drains, ripped or cracked membranes, flashing separation, and loose fasteners. Some problems can quickly be fixed or patched before they develop into more costly repairs.

What's more, when our roof inspections are free of charge to you, you have nothing to lose.