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Superior TPO Roofing Solutions in Dallas, TX

Wortham Brothers Roofing offers top-level TPO roofing services in Dallas, TX. Our expert team ensures each project is tailored to provide the best protection and performance, solidifying our reputation as a go-to provider in the roofing industry.
TPO Roofing

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TPO roofing is a popular choice for commercial and residential buildings in Dallas, TX. Wortham Brothers Roofing specializes in durable, energy-efficient TPO roofing solutions. Our team is dedicated to providing exceptional installation and service, ensuring your property benefits from the best modern roofing technology.

What is TPO Roofing?

TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin) roofing is a single-ply roofing membrane known for its durability and energy efficiency. Made primarily from polypropylene and ethylene-propylene rubber, TPO combines both synthetic and fabric layers for enhanced performance. Its physical and chemical properties include strong resistance to UV radiation, ozone, and chemical exposure.

TPO’s flexibility allows for a versatile application on various roof shapes and designs, making it a preferred choice for commercial and residential buildings seeking a long-lasting, environmentally friendly roofing solution.

Benefits of TPO Roofing

TPO roofing offers a compelling blend of benefits for both commercial and residential properties seeking reliable roofing solutions. Here’s a closer look at the advantages TPO roofing offers.

TPO Roofing Maintenance and Repair

Regular maintenance can significantly extend the life of a TPO roof, ensuring it remains effective in protecting your building from the elements.

  • Regularly inspect for and repair punctures, tears, or blisters.
  • Keep the roof surface clean from debris.
  • Check and seal seams and edges to prevent leaks.
  • Ensure proper drainage to avoid water pooling.
  • Inspect and maintain flashing around roof penetrations like vents and chimneys.

Common Issues and How to Address Them

Membrane Shrinkage

Repair gaps at seams or around flashings by re-sealing with TPO-compatible adhesive or heat welding. Consider installing cover strips or additional flashing to reinforce weak areas.

Punctures or Tears

Patch small punctures or tears using TPO patch kits, ensuring the patch material is compatible with the roofing membrane. Consider professional repair or replacement of the affected membrane section for larger damage.

Seam Weakness or Failure

Inspect seams regularly and re-seal any areas showing signs of weakness or separation. Consider reinforcing seams with additional adhesive or heat welding for added durability.

UV Degradation

Apply UV-protective coatings or membranes over the TPO roofing surface to enhance UV resistance and extend the lifespan of the membrane. Consider installing reflective coatings or membranes to reduce UV exposure and heat absorption.

If you need help addressing any particular issue, it’s advisable to consult with our professional roofing contractors at Wortham Brothers Roofing for guidance and assistance.


TPO roofing is generally more affordable than some flat roof options, typically costing between $3.50 and $5.50 per square foot (excluding installation).

Installation time varies depending on the roof size and complexity, but it’s generally faster than other options due to the ease of working with the material and heat-welded seams.

While EPDM can handle light foot traffic during installation and maintenance, it’s not recommended for frequent or heavy walking. This can damage the membrane and compromise its waterproofing abilities. Consider adding walkway pads if regular roof access is needed.

In some cases, EPDM can be installed over an existing flat roof, particularly asphalt, using a fleece-backed EPDM membrane. However, for successful installation, the existing roof needs to be in good condition, smooth, and free of debris.

There are three main methods for attaching EPDM to the roof deck:

  • Fully adhered: The membrane is directly glued to the deck using adhesive.
  • Mechanically attached: The membrane is secured with plates and screws fastened to the deck.
  • Ballasted: The membrane is held down by gravel, pavers, or stones placed on top.

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TPO Roofing Systems

TPO Roofing Systems can vary based on their application techniques and specific design features. Each type offers specific advantages depending on the project requirements, such as the roof’s slope, the building’s location, and aesthetic preferences.

Mechanically Attached Systems

These systems involve fastening the TPO membrane directly to the roof deck using screws and plates. They're known for quick installation and are ideal for buildings where wind uplift resistance is a concern.

Fully Adhered Systems

This type of TPO membrane is glued to the roof insulation or directly to the deck. This method provides a smooth, uniform appearance and excellent resistance to wind uplift.

Ballasted Systems

Here, the TPO membrane is loosely laid over the roof and held in place by the weight of a ballast, such as river rock or concrete pavers. Ballasted systems are cost-effective and easy to install but are typically suitable for roofs with minimal slope.

Upgrade Your Roof Now!

At Wortham Brothers Roofing, we’re passionate about delivering excellence in every project we undertake, and our TPO roofing services are a prime example. With unbeatable durability, energy efficiency, and eco-friendliness, TPO roofing sets the standard for modern roofing solutions.

Choosing TPO roofing from Wortham Brothers enhances your property’s protection and adds value and charm. Our dedicated team ensures top-notch installation, repair, and maintenance, keeping your TPO roof in top shape for years to come.

Don’t settle for mediocre roofing solutions. Contact Wortham Brothers Roofing today to experience the superior performance and reliability of TPO roofing.