TPO and EPDM roofs are among the typical applications of stems. Both can be installed on top of the roof, however there are some minor differences.
Thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO), a single-ply flat roof roofing membrane has a slope that is low. TPO membranes are supported by strong foundations and can also be utilized as an insulation. There are three thickness options of the membrane TPO which are: 40, 60 and 80 millimeters. EPDM is Ethylene Propylene Diene Tetrapolymer Membrane is sometimes referred to as roll roofing, or rubber membrane roofing, is made using a mixture of sawdust, slate dust and old car tires.
TPO roofing comes in various colors to ensure that RV owners can choose from a variety of options. EPDM roofing is more robust and more affordable than TPO roofing. EPDM isn’t the greatest choice for roofs on RVs because it doesn’t reflect sunlight , and it is visually ugly. EPDM is also a better choice for RVs because it’s available in lighter shades, reflecting light and heat.