TPO Roofs, Columbus, GA

Our skilled technicians have plenty of experience working on TPO roofs.

There are many different roofing materials that a roof can be constructed out of, from classic shingles for pitched roofing to modern membranes for flat roofs. Each has its advantages and drawbacks, but under the skilled hands of a professional roofing company, all roofing options can provide the protection your building needs. At Yoder’s Roofing, LLC, we work on a wide range of roofing types, including the ever-popular TPO roofs. If your property has TPO roofing, or you’re thinking about installing it, you can count on us to provide the expert roofing services you need.

TPO Roofs in Columbus, Georgia

TPO roofs are typically used for commercial or industrial structures, thanks to their cost-effectiveness and energy efficiency. They are made from a blend of polypropylene and ethylene-propylene rubber and provide exceptional flexibility, durability, and UV protection. You can find TPO roofs that come in a wide range of colors and thicknesses, making it easy to select an option that suits your architectural style or preferences. Depending on the project requirements and site conditions, TPO roofs are generally installed using heat welding, adhesives, or mechanical attachment.

With proper care and maintenance, TPO roofs can last anywhere from 25 years to 30 years, which is another reason why they’re such a popular choice for commercial properties. Our team can install a TPO roof on your property, as well as provide the essential maintenance it needs to stay in good condition for as long as possible. We’re your one-stop shop for installation, repairs, and replacement.

If you’re interested in learning more about TPO roofs or how our team can assist you with caring for yours, reach out to our office today. We are proud to serve customers throughout the Columbus, Georgia area, and we look forward to providing the expert care your roof deserves.

At Yoder’s Roofing, LLC, we install TPO roofs in Columbus, Augusta, Americus, Atlanta, Warner Robins, Macon, Tifton, and Albany, Georgia, as well as Opelika and Auburn, Alabama.