Single Ply Roofing Options

Wisconsin businesses rely on EPDM, TPO, and PVC roofs

Roofed Right is the expert on flat roof installations. Single-ply membranes are flexible sheets of synthetic compounded manufactured materials.

Roofed Right offers three types of single-ply roofing materials:

We had a bad flat roof, on one of our commercial buildings in West Allis, and a new tenant moving into a space in January. We needed to insure the new tenant that there would not be any water issues until a complete new roof was installed once weather permitted. R&R was able to repair the problem, and expedited the installation of the entire new roof. We had numerous bids for this project and RR was very competitive, and even included work that was not in the original bid as it was omitted by them on the initial estimate.

Great customer service, and expertise on the project.

Big Thanks.

-Christopher Kuranz


PVC Roofing



Polyvinyl Chloride(PVC) is a thermoplastic membrane utilizing a reinforced scrim between the two plies. The top ply stabilizes the temperature and UV rays while the bottom ply provides strength.

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TPO Roofing



Thermoplastic Polyolefin(TPO) roofing uses a reinforced scrim between the top ply and bottom ply. The top ply contains pigment and UV stabilizers while the bottom ply contains TPO compounds to provide consistency between layers.

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EPDM Roofing



Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer(EPDM), a rubber-like roofing membrane, is not typically reinforced. It is usually the least expensive and requires no special equipment to install.

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EPDM vs TPO Roofing

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TPO and EPDM are similar single ply roofing membranes, deciding between the two can become a confusing process. Find out which flat roofing material could be better for your needs.

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Thermoplastic Membrane Roof

Reinforced Thermoplastic Roofing Membranes are based on plastic polymers. PVC and TPO are identified by the heat welded seams. Roofed Right can install PVC and TPO roofing systems on your building to last decades.

Single-Ply Membrane Roof Installation

Single Ply roof systems are highly popular. Problems can occur when mistakes are made in the installation process. Installation errors can cause disastrous leaks. Seams are the most common cause of leaks for single-ply systems.

Methods of Installation:

  • Mechanically Attached with Screws and Plates
  • Fully-Adhesion of the membrane to an approved substrate
  • Rhino Bond induction welding

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Flat Roof Maintenance & Waterproofing

Roofed Right provides free on-site inspection for commercial roofs to identify potential threats. Suspect areas can be repaired by patching. Major problems can be discussed to come up with a solution for your building.

Waterproofing is a wise investment for the future of your roof. With many years of experience, Roofed Right is the best company to solve your waterproofing needs.

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What is single-ply roofing?

Single-ply roofing is a type of wide sheet material that is ideal for low-slope roofs. Unlike asphaltic rolled roofing systems, single-ply roofs have fewer seams and their installation doesn’t require the use of hazardous torches or hot asphalt.

What are the most popular single-ply roofing materials?

The most common materials used for single-ply roofing are PVC, TPO, and EPDM.

How much does single-ply roofing cost?

The cost of single-ply roofing can vary based on the size of the roof, the quality of the materials used, and labor costs. On average, a single-ply roof can cost anywhere from $5 to $12 per square foot, installed.

How long does single-ply roofing last?

The lifespan of single-ply roofing can vary depending on the quality of the materials used, the local climate conditions, and the quality of the installation. On average, a properly installed single-ply roof can last anywhere from 15 to 25 years or more.

What are the maintenance requirements for single-ply roofing?

Single-ply roofing is generally low maintenance and does not require frequent repair or replacement. However, it’s important to periodically inspect the roof and address any issues that arise to maintain its longevity and performance.
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