When to use TPO and when to coat?


Building owners, commercial roof specifiers, architects, and contractors have some decisions to make when it comes to the material they should use to repair or replace a low-slope roof. Three popular choices include: coating over the existing roof; thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) recover (putting a layer of TPO over the existing membrane); or TPO replacement (tearing off the existing membrane and installing a new TPO membrane).

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A faster, simpler way to a Level 5 finish

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Drywall is often misperceived as a building material that does not demand the skillful manipulation of a traditional construction material. However, anyone who has worked with drywall knows the product is not so cooperative.

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How does TPO stand up to accelerated weathering?


When it comes to roofing material, it is helpful to know the length of its lifespan—after all, no one can afford to put on a new membrane and simply wait to see how long it lasts. Building owners need assurance of roof lifespan so they can determine when a replacement might be needed, and manufacturers need to determine membrane warranty.

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