Thermoplastic

High quality seamless roofing systems

Thermo-plastic polyolefin (TPO)

Standing for thermo-plastic polyolefin, this system’s components are mixed at a molecular level first and then fused together to become one solid piece. These unified plastic sheets are welded together with hot air and reinforced with common rubber. This process ultimately lends itself well to both big and small roofing projects because of its hot air weldability. TPO roofing systems can stand up to any environmental condition, can be applied on any grade of slope and proper installation will guarantee a life expectancy well beyond 20 years.

Benefits:

  • Lightest, most recyclable material on the market
  • One of the most weather resistant materials available
  • Great insulator that protects well from all elements
  • Does not conduct sound, electricity, or heat
  • Keeps buildings cool in summer months
  • Can stand up to some of the most extreme weather conditions

 

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)

Standing for Polyvinyl Chloride, this system yields one continuous membrane upon cooling due to the molecular compounds it originates from. This molding process, referred to as heat-welded seam technology, is why PVC can stand up to any constraint. PVC can be used for both mechanically fastened and fully adhered roof applications for projects that are new construction, repair, and or renovations. Due to its adaptability, PVC roofs can be outfitted easily with photovoltaic solar panels, so to add that extra benefit in savings to your building.

Benefits:

  • Longest track record of all the thermoplastic roofs
  • Widely tested and perfected
  • Completely customizable and aesthetically pleasing
  • Comes in an array of colors, including white (Heat reflective)
  • Flame and impact resistant

To learn more about how much a thermoplastic roof would cost on your building, Request a Quote from CORE Solar & Roofing Systems.