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TPO roofing is a remarkably resilient type of roofing material designed to be tough and to prevent buildings and homes from being affected by rain, storm or hail. In Denver, the dry Colorado weather has a significant impact on most types of roofing systems and that includes TPO. However, due to the construction of the material and the way that it’s installed, TPO roofing has a better chance of faring quite well when faced with droughts and dry weather.

A lot of different types of roofs might succumb to dryness and heat just as much as they would to bad weather and powerful storms. Most types of metal, for example, will expand a lot when they’re affected by heat, so in the Colorado summer you can expect them to expand and then contract rapidly as the dry weather causes the atmosphere’s heat inertia to drop.

TPO roofing is, however, more flexible and its seams are fused together, so they won’t be affected too much by dryness or rainfall. As a result, you can depend on your TPO roof when the weather becomes very dry in Denver. With just minimal maintenance, highly regarded Denver roofing contractors confirm that a dependable TPO roof can become an excellent solution for residential flat roofing, just as well as it is for commercial buildings.