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TPO Residential Roofing Material

TPO roofing material for commercial roofs at austermiller in tennessee

TPO Residential Roofing with Austermiller, Inc

Thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO), is a popular choice for roofing in Tennessee due to its durability and other benefits. It’s an excellent option for adding durable, long-lasting protection to your home.

​How Much Does Rubber Roofing Cost?

We price out roofing materials by the square footage of your roof. The cost of materials also depends on the product. The general range of Rubber roofing is between $4 and $10 per square foot after installation. therefore if your roof is about 1600 square feet your price range would fall between $6,400 And $16,000.

*Disclaimer: price as of mid 2023

Lasts 20-30 Years with Proper Maintenance

Choose Your Insulation

Fire Resistant Material

Cost-Effective

Naturally Fungal-Resistant Material

Free of Plasticizers

Flexible Material Ideal for Low-Slope and Flat Roofs

Energy Saving UV Reflection

Durable

Simple to Install

Low Installation Cost

Low-Maintenance

Benefits of TPO/Rubber Roofing

Durability: Rubber roofing shingles are highly durable and have a lifespan of up to 50 years.
Energy Efficiency: Rubber roofing provides more energy savings than other types of roofing due to its high sunlight reflectivity rating.
Low-maintenance: Rubber roofing is highly resistant to corrosion, wear and tear, sun, and water damage.
Weather Resistance: Finally, rubber roofing systems perform exceptionally well in harmful weather conditions like hail, high winds, and snow.

Schedule a Consultation for Rubber Roofing

Do you want to add durable, energy-efficient protection to your roof while reducing maintenance costs? Schedule a consultation with Austermiller, Inc for a free roofing evaluation.

Types of Rubber Roofing

Single-Ply Membrane Systems

Single-ply membrane systems use a single layer of roofing material to protect your roof. These roofing systems have been most commonly used with commercial and industrial applications, but they are becoming increasingly popular in residential construction.

Single-ply membranes have far fewer seams and do not require hot asphalt or other dangerous tools for installation.

Built-Up Roofing (BUR)

Rubber shingles are sometimes used in BUR systems as an alternative to asphalt shingles. When rubber shingles are used in a BUR system, they provide more UV radiation resistance and are warranted to last up to 50 years.

Modified Bitumen

Also known as MB roofing systems, modified bitumen roofing systems are made from asphalt materials, but other materials like rubber can be added to improve the quality of the system. When rubber is added to an MB system, it can add elasticity and pliability to the overall structure of the system.

FAQs for Residential Rubber Roofing

Are rubberized shingles worth it?

Rubber roofing is one of the best investments you can make for your home when you need to replace your roof. Adding rubber roofing to your home will provide your roof with durability and energy efficiency that is unrivaled by other roofing materials.

Many of our rubber roofing products are also sourced from recycled materials, which means you can get more value out of your investment, but also sleep peacefully knowing that you’re helping the environment.

Is a rubber roof better than shingles?

While shingles are not a bad investment for your home, you may find that rubber roofing provides more benefits than traditional roofing systems. The main differences between rubber and asphalt shingles include:

Appearance: If you want to customize the look of your home, rubber roofing comes in a variety of styles and colors to help you create your home’s dream look.
Durability: Rubber roofing is highly durable and resistant to damage.

Energy Efficiency: Rubber shingles will help your home reflect more heat from the sun and help you save money on cooling costs.

Environmental Impact: Rubber roofs not only help reduce cooling costs during summer but also the materials we use include recycled materials.

Maintenance: Thanks to the durability of rubber roofing, your roof usually won’t require maintenance for up to 15 years.
Weather Resistance: No matter what weather we get in Tennessee, you can rest assured that a rubber roof will withstand it better than a shingled roof.

How long do rubber shingle roofs last?

When installed correctly, a well-built rubber residential roofing system can last up to 50 years without needing to be replaced.

How reliable are rubber roofs?

Rubber roofing systems are highly reliable. In normal conditions, they have a lifespan of up to 50 years, but even in extreme weather conditions, a rubber roof can last for up to 30 years.

Also, if there is any damage that occurs to your roof, TPO roofs are easy to repair.

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