The Cook Roofing Company Difference:
- Free Roof Estimate
- Lifetime Workmanship Warranty
- Fast Response Time
- We Work with All Insurance Companies
- Certified & Insured
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About Our TPO Roofing Services
Here at Cook Roofing Company, we provide all of our valued customers with the highest quality support and treatment. Whether you just need a small roof repair, or you may need a full roof replacement, don't delay - call 417-815-6725 now!
Not only do Cook Roofing Company professionals understand how roofs are built, but when it comes to many other aspects of construction and repairs on your commercial or residential property in Springfield, Cook Roofing Company will make sure that all the work is done right, so that your property looks great and is secure and dry again for years to come. Call today at 417-815-6725 to experience the Cook Roofing Company difference!
TPO Roof Installation and Repair
TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin) is one of three most common used commercial roofing systems in use today. It typically has the lowest cost among the three most common types of single-ply flat roof systems. Single-ply roof applications are great, especially if the option to overlay another roof is available. The light weight and ease of installation can quickly prove to be financially rewarding. You can save money and get a new roof, with a warranty for labor and material on your new roof.
Experienced TPO Roofing Installers in Springfield, Missouri
Cook Roofing Company has vast experience with all types of membrane roofs, including TPO roofing. Call us at 417-815-6725 so we can help you evaluate your installation or repair needs. Experienced and competent TPO roofing specialists are difficult to come by. We'd be happy to visit your business or home in Springfield, Missouri, go over your situation, evaluation the condition or your roof, and walk you through the process. Call 417-815-6725 today for your free estimate.
Why Choose TPO Roofing?
TPO roofing allows for many options, such as:
- TPO can be fully adhered to the roof substrate.
- It can be mechanically attached quickly, for time-saving install.
- TPO has highly reflective properties for energy savings.
- It’s available in multiple colors that are UV resistant.
To learn more about TPO roofing, see our longer article here.
Or better yet, just go ahead and call us. It's much easier to explain the benefits of TPO roofing compared to other types of single-ply roofing, and we can customize your solution to best fit the needs of your building. With scores of completed TPO roofs across the country, we're certain to be able to customize the solution that's right for your building in Springfield, MO. Call today at 417-815-6725.
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Useful Information for Inspections and Permits in Springfield, Missouri
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Learn More About Springfield
- Fall temperature range in the Springfield Mo area is 46-69°F avg.
- A hands-on science museum, the Discovery Center, housed in a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified building (Gold Level certification). Springfield was the first to have a building earn this designation in southern Missouri.
- Springfield is the proud home to Missouri's first hotel designed to LEED Gold Standards. The hotel Hilton Garden Inn has a modern interior and exterior with unique design elements for sustainable operations.
- U.S. Highway 66 has it's origins in Springfield, MO. There is a museum to Route 66 here.
- Several colleges make their home in Springfield, Mo: Missouri State University, Drury University, Ozarks Technical Community College and Evangel University.
- Springfield Missouri's city seal has a cobra on it. In 1953, 11 hooded cobras were found and killed in near a pet shop downtown. No one knew where the snakes came from for 35 years. Someone finally revealed he had released the snakes from a cage on the porch, because he was mad about buying fish from there that died the same day. This made national news and the cobra was put on the seal.