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For over 10 years DFW Best Roofing has been installing and servicing commercial and industrial single-ply roofing systems. Our expertise in single-ply membranes delivers quality craftsmanship and value-engineered roofing solutions to our customers.Additionally, our commitment to a positive customer experience makes us the roofing partner you can trust with your next project.

What is Single-Ply Roofing?

Single-ply roofing is classified as flexible sheets of compounded plastic-derived material that are used to cover and protect flat and low-sloped buildings. These prefabricated membranes are manufactured in a factory to strict quality control requirements and can be attached in a variety of methods.In the last 30 years, single-ply roofing has displaced older materials, such as tar paper, as the go-to roofing material for commercial roofing contractors. Properly installed, single-ply roofing systems offer an inherent advantage over traditional materials due to their strength, flexibility, and high durability.

Types of Single-Ply Roofing Systems

There are three main types of single-ply roofs:

  • TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin)
  • PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)
  • EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer)

PVC membrane roofs have been in use for decades. They are time tested and still a popular roofing system. For many years, EPDM roofing had been the top choice for single-ply roofing. However, TPO roofing is considered the gold standard of roofing materials.

The chart below gives a quick look at how each single-ply membrane ranks on various American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM) requirements:


Single-Ply Roof Installation

There are four primary methods for installing single-ply roofing systems:

  • The Mechanically Attached System: This system fastens the flat roofing in place by first fixing mounting plates through the insulation to the roof deck, laying the membrane in place, and then attaching it to the underlying plates.
  • The Fully Adhered System: This system can be used in roofs that have a little bit of slope to them. The mounting plates are used to anchor the roof insulation to the roof deck and then the single-ply roofing is bonded directly to the insulation.
  • Induction-Welded Roof Installation: When mechanical attachment is not possible, an induction-welded roof system can decrease the amount of penetrating fasteners by up to 50 percent.
  • The Ballasted System: This system provides fast coverage at minimal cost. It utilizes large panels of rubber roofing membrane, up to 50 feet by 200 feet, loose-laid on the insulation and then covered by approved ballast, such as river-washed stone.

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Single-Ply Membrane Roofing is a sheet of thermoplastic membrane ideal for larger roof areas. Low or no slope roofs can benefit from DMD’s streamlined products that ensure great flexibility and longevity. With competitive pricing and fast installation, membrane roofing is a great choice for many commercial buildings. Buildings that have previous single-ply roofing, concrete, wood, or steel roofs can benefit from the fast installation in any season!

How is single-ply applied?

  1. DFW Best Best Roofing  contractors will remove all loose dirt and debris before installing board stock.
  2. Single-ply is rolled out and applied with overlapping seams in the direction of water run-off.
  3. Seams are welded by hand or with a robotic welder.
  4. Free edges of membrane are sealed with urethane sealant to ensure watertight barriers.

Membrane roofs are produced in factories that must adhere to strict environmental and manufacturing standards. With these tight quality control requirements, risks associated with built-up roofing systems are minimized. We use Single-Ply Membrane Roofing Systems which is recognized by major code approval agencies. Not only is it approved by Energy Star, there is a 20-year warranty available! Its Elvaloy® modified membrane provides rugged protection against the elements. As a natural fire retardant and UL fire rated, these roofing materials will bring you peace of mind for years to come.

Why is single-ply right for your commercial building?

  • Weather Resistant – highly resistant to a broad range of chemicals
  • Eliminates Tear-Offs – recoating takes place over existing roof
  • Easy to Install – can be installed regardless of season
  • Budget Friendly – recoup cost in energy savings in just 5-years
  • Energy Saver – reflects 84% of the sun’s heat

Call DFW Best Roofing to learn more about the advantages of single-ply membrane roofing for your commercial building. We are happy to answer any questions you may have over the phone or to set up a time for one of our certified technicians to meet with you and discuss your roofing options.