TPO roofs installed by a reputable Dallas roofing contractor are particularly suited for areas with intense heat as this type of roofing is highly reflective and resistant to UV rays.
With full exposure to the sun, the temperatures in the Dallas-Fort Worth area could reach up to 100 degrees during the summer months and can remain at high levels in some areas, for up to four months. Long exposures to the heat might damage a roof but TPO roofing is designed to withstand the heat, due to its thermal bonding process.
This adaptable roofing option is also quite durable against everyday wear and tear, which adds to its overall durability.
On the other hand, even though TPO roofs are designed to resist high temperatures in the Dallas area, the intense sun can speed up their deterioration. Such a roof can lose some of its gloss, although this is only a minor issue and will not necessarily affect its functionality. Furthermore, it may also suffer harm brought on over time by the effects of the elements, such as the wind, hail, and heavy rainfalls/ snowfalls.
Still, with proper maintenance and care, such as regular cleaning and a timely inspection for detecting any potential weak spots in time, the roof itself can remain intact for a longer time than in other areas.