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TPO Roofing Services for Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex

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A TPO roofing system is  highly resistant to tears, impacts, and punctures.  So, it is very resistant to bad weather, and the physical environment. Strong wind gush, or hail, or other natural forces will find a TPO roofing system to be a very powerful defense system.  TPO also has good flexibility to allow for building movement. TPO's are available in many colors, including-white, light gray, and black with thicknesses of either 45 mils (.045") or 60 mils (.060"). The width of the membrane depends on the manufacturer but they usually come in widths of six to six-and-a-half feet and are one-hundred feet in length.

TPO membranes are installed fully-adhered, mechanically-attached or ballasted.

Fully-adhered means that the roofing system is "glued" to the substrate (iron deck, deck, insulation, etc)  using a special adhesive. What actually happens is the glue creates a chemical bond with the membrane.

Ballasted simply means the membrane is laid loosely over the top of the roof, sealed at all penetrations and around the perimeter, and then a ballast (a stones) is put on it to hold it in place. Ballast usually consists of smooth, round, river rock 2" - 3" in diameter and is applied at a rate of 1,000 to 1,200 pounds per roof square (100 sq. ft.). Sometimes concrete pavers are used in their place. These average 20 pounds per square foot.

Mechanically-attached membranes are those that use some type of special screw-type fastener to secure it. The type of fastener will depend on the type of substrate but all fasteners are generally screw-type fasteners.

The ballasted stone also offers an extra layer of heat protection.  The rocks soak in the heat coming from the sun, and keep the property cooler causing lower energy bills. Fully-adhered is the best option in terms of a "TPO lock down", but if Mechanically-attached is also makes repairs in the future easier to deal with and find.

Properly installed TPO roof systems have service life ranging from about 10 to 20 years, depending on the type of installation. Full removal of the existing roof, the amount of slope the roof has, weather conditions, as well as several other criteria contribute to the longevity of a roof's service life. Typically, if you remove an old roof down to the deck before installing a new one, then the new TPO roof will last longer. Also, the steeper the slope and the less severe the weather conditions, the longer a roof will last. High winds and hail can do a roof in rather quickly.

TPO membranes are single-ply roof membranes constructed from ethylene propylene rubber. They are designed to combine the durability of EPDM rubber with the proven performance of hot-air weldable seams. They have been tested as having excellent resistance to ozone, are algae-resistant, environmentally friendly and safe to install. The material's manufacturers are so confident in properly welded seams that the material is sometimes advertised as a monolithic (seamless) roof. Seam strengths are reportedly 3 to 4 times those of EPDM's adhesive and tape seams

But remember, the number one ingredient to a good roof system is proper installation.  Call DFW Best Roofing at 817 381 6855, to a properly installed TPO roof done.

TPO Roofing in Texas

TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin) roofing is a single-ply solution most commonly used for commercial structures. DFW Best Roofing. provides commercial clients with superior roofing commercial roofing services and products.

Our TPO roofing for DFW and the surrounding areas is manufactured by the reputable and reliable brand Johns Manville. For decades, JM has been a leading force in the roofing industry. With a TPO roof from this manufacturer, you are sure to get the performance and protection you desire for your building.

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Why a TPO Roof is Worth the Investment

Every TPO roof from our company is reinforced with polyester fabric. This helps us ensure that our clients get the energy efficiency and longevity they expect from their new roofing solution. JM’s state-of-the-art formulation also offers increased wear resistance and weather durability.

We offer competitive prices on all systems so that every client is equipped with a roof that surpasses expectations. Following your TPO roofing installation, you can expect to see practical benefits like the following on a regular basis:

Wind & Puncture Resistance
Extreme Pliability & Flexibility
Weather & Temperature Durability
Lifespan of 35 Years or More
We Perform TPO Roof Repair in a Wide Service Area

While TX TPO roofing is one of the most popular roofing options for commercial structures, poor installations and rushed work can result in unsatisfactory performance. If extreme weather conditions or years of wear and tear have resulted in common roof problems, depend on Palmer West Construction Company, Inc., to solve them.


We provide professional TPO roof repair throughout a wide service area for buildings of every shape and size. From extensive leaking, to improper flashing, we offer quick and effective fixes that expand the lifespan of your roof.

TPO Roofing Installation for Commercial Clients

Our local company has 36 years of hands-on experience in the commercial roofing industry. We are able to provide swift and skillful TPO roofing installation for large manufacturing facilities, multiple buildings managed by a single entity, and more. If you need to replace your current roofing, or install a roof for a structure still in the construction phase, our roofing experts are more than qualified to take on the job.

TPO is now the most preferred single-ply roofing membrane in the U.S., holding almost a 36.5% industry market share. TPO provides some of the highest roof surface reflectivity to help cool the building, and it is also fully recyclable. TPO is the top choice for owners wishing to gain LEED credits for their projects.

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Thermoplastic Olefin (TPO)

High Quality, Fully-Recyclable TPO Roofing Systems
TPO is now the most preferred single-ply roofing membrane in the U.S., holding almost a 36.5% industry market share. TPO provides some of the highest roof surface reflectivity to help cool the building, and it is also fully recyclable. TPO is the top choice for owners wishing to gain LEED credits for their projects.
We Provide for All of Your TPO Roofing Needs
At North American Roofing we manage and projects of all kinds. Our team of roofing experts provides any services necessary from beginning to end including:

TPO roof repair
TPO maintenance
TPO installation

Award-Winning TPO Single-Ply Roof Systems

North American Roofing installs all major TPO brands, as well as its own private labeled and warranted system. These systems are all capable of being installed over most surfaces, and like all single-plies, lightweight designs are available as retrofits over existing roof systems. North American's LaserWeld system has the Energy Star rating making it environmentally responsible and a fiscally intelligent solution.

TPO Awards and Recognitions

North American Roofing holds the following prestigious awards and recognitions in the roofing industry:
Carlisle Excellence in Single-Ply
Centurion status for consecutive perfect ten TPO installations
GAF Master Select for the highest quality standards
Firestone's Master Contractor/President's Club
Pinnacle Council recognitions
Johns Manville Pinnacle Council Award

TPO Maintenance Best Practices

When it’s in good condition, a thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) roof reflects harsh UV rays and resists heat and chemical damage. Like all roof membranes, however, over time, TPO’s integrity can be affected by structural stress and environmental exposure, resulting in surface degradation, thinning and shrinkage. No roof lasts forever, but with a good maintenance plan, you can greatly extend the life of your TPO roof.


The Cost of Neglect

In the absence of visible leaks, many facility managers adopt the old “if it ain’t broke – don’t fix it,” motto. Unfortunately, by the time leaks show up, damage to the TPO membrane, the insulation layer and the roof deck could result in the need for costly repairs or complete roof replacement. The expense to maintain a TPO roof is much less than the cost to replace it. Neglect can result in added expenses if leaks cause structural damage, inventory or equipment damage, operational downtime or financial loss due to health claims arising from exposure to mold. Lack of maintenance is one of the biggest causes of premature TPO roof failure, ranking right up there with misuse and abuse, faulty workmanship and improper design. The best time to adopt a maintenance plan is right after the installation of the new membrane but older roofs will also benefit.

Get Your Records Together

Accurate records are essential for documenting roof-related events. Keep a file that contains the following:
Initial TPO roof specs and related construction documents
Roof modification records (such as rooftop equipment installation)
Detailed bid sheets, estimates and change orders
Manufacturer’s warranty documents
Inspection records (including photos and videos)
Repair and maintenance records

Initial Evaluation

A good maintenance plan starts with a comprehensive evaluation of the membrane’s current condition by a reputable roofing professional. Request a written report that includes a detailed survey of known problems, potential issues, recommendations and a cost estimate for repairs. A professional evaluation should include a visual inspection of the membrane’s surface, seams, fasteners and flashing. An infrared thermography survey can locate tiny penetrations that aren’t visible to the naked eye. The inspector will look for voids or signs of deterioration in sealants around coping joints, coping ends and penetrations such as skylights and rooftop units. He’ll also be looking for inadequate or blocked drainage, ponding water and the condition of roof/wall tie-ins and parapets.

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Taking the Guesswork Out of TPO Maintenance

A qualified roofing company will check and repair sealants, seams and fasteners as necessary. Because certain products, like roofing cement, are not compatible with TPO, avoid do-it-yourself fixes, which can cause more damage. At North American Roofing, we know that inspecting, repairing and maintaining your TPO roof can be a daunting task for the typical facility manager. That’s why we developed the RoofGuard Maintenance Program, which allows managers to focus on their daily business without worrying about scheduling the inspections, maintenance and repairs necessary for keeping the roof in good shape and for keeping the warranty in effect. No matter what your roofing needs are – North American Roofing has the answer. We’ve earned the reputation as being the most trusted and respected roofing company in America because we provide our customers with the highest level of professional workmanship and service.

TPO membranes are produced by calendering with lamination, extrusion with lamination, or extrusion-coating techniques. TPO sheets are a blend of polypropylene and ethylene propylene polymers and usually are reinforced with polyester. TPO sheets contain colorant, flame retardants, UV absorbers and other proprietary substances to achieve desired physical properties.
Sheet widths range from 6 feet to 12 feet wide
Sheets are typically 40 mils to 100 mils thick
Seams are sealed by heat welded with hot air
TPO membranes commonly are white

TPO Single Ply Membrane
White Thermoplastic Membrane

The TPO Single Ply Roof Membrane is a thermoplastic polyolefin membrane that can be used in a variety of single ply roof configurations, such as mechanically attached and ballasted, as well as in situations where other roof systems are not practical.  It accepts roof movement and thermal shock well.  Used in a multi-ply configuration, this is an excellent choice for vegetated roofing systems both for waterproofing and as a root barrier.  The TPO Single Ply Roof Membrane is available in a variety of thicknesses including 45, 60 and 80 mil.   TPO membranes are single-ply roofing membranes constructed from thermoplastic polyolefin.  White TPO roofing provides a highly reflective roofing surface which can help reduce the amount of energy required to heat and cool a building.  Because TPO roofing membrane is heat-weldable, repairs are simple.  Cut off the area damaged and heat weld the repair patch. Available in other colors by request.  The TPO roofing membrane for sale on this page is White.  Two different thickness:  .045 Mil TPO and .060 Mil TPO. 


Application: TPO roofing membranes are mostly used in low slope commercial roofing systems that cover a large are.  TPO Roofing can also be used for small flat roofs in residential environments as well. The TPO is durable and can be installed as a fully adhered system making it possible to use on a small house to an apartment roofing complex. TPO Roofing adhesives and other roofing accessories area available by calling 817 381 6855.

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