TPO Membrane Roofing Solutions for Maximum Performance & Protection

TPO Roofing Installation

Father & Son Roofing, LLC, specializes in new roof solutions for both residential and commercial clients. From roof replacement to maintenance, we’re here to extend the life of your roof with quality installation and materials.

For your commercial property in Eugene, OR, our team offers membrane roofing systems. You may know TPO as a white reflective material typically installed on flat roofs. If you have a commercial property, considering TPO for your new roof can give you years of benefits.

Our company, is certified to install Duro-Last roofing systems with a proven track record of excellence.

Membrane Options

Feature TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin) PVC (polyvinyl chloride)
Material CompositionMade from a polymerized rubber blend (usually polypropylene and ethylene-propylene rubber). Made from ethylene and chlorine, combined with plasticizers to improve flexibility.
Installation Ease TPO is lightweight and easy to install. PVC tends to be easier to install.
Failure Points TPO is cut on-site, has more failure points and requires more seams, leading to more potential leaks. PVC is pre-fabricated for your building, less seams, less failure points.
Service Life TPO roofs typically last 15-20 years. PVC roofing can last up to 30 years.
Initial Cost TPO is more affordable up-front. PVC is more expensive to install initially.
Long-term Cost TPO is more expensive over 15 – 20 years. PVC has a lower annual cost over 30 years.
Chemical Resistance TPO is resistant to most chemicals and mold growth. PVC is resistant to most chemicals and mold growth.
Flame Resistance TPO is not flame resistant. PVC is self-extinguishing and flame resistant.
UV Resistance TPO has less UV resistance than PVC. PVC reflects up to 85% of the suns UV rays.
Weather Resistance TPO works well in most calmer climates. PVC is wind-and-weather resistant, ideal for severe weather conditions and climates.
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What is TPO and PVC Membrane?

TPO stands for thermoplastic polyolefin. It’s a single-ply roofing material that has grown in popularity to be one of the more common roofs used on commercial and industrial buildings. TPO is made up of a combination of natural and synthetic materials designed to shed water, reflect the sun’s rays and properly insulate a roof.

Business owners choose TPO in place of other flat roofing materials (such as PVC) because it’s more environmentally-friendly and is more resistant to damage from punctures and heat. It also lasts longer, providing up to 30 years of performance.

Benefits of TPO for Your New Roof

When you invest in a membrane roofing solution with the GAF Certified contractors at Father & Son Roofing, you gain several benefits for your roof, including:

     ⦿ A cost-effective solution for roofing material.
     ⦿ A material that won’t absorb heat like darker roofing colors.
     ⦿ A material that allows you to choose the best type of insulation for your property.
     ⦿ Resists age-related damage from corrosion or deterioration.
     ⦿ Repels mildew and algae growth.
There are many types of TPO roofing materials and installation techniques, but when you choose a TPO roof with the professionals at Father & Son Roofing, you can trust that you’re getting the highest quality roof with expert installation for your business.

From roof inspection, replacement and repair, maintenance and installation, let the team at Father & Son Roofing LLC deliver long-lasting solutions for your home or business.