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Old 11-21-2020, 02:50 PM   #1
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Most average MH do higher end have fiberglass.
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Depends on the year & model, but yes. The higher end has fiberglass, but the mid and lower-middle grades are TPO. The very bottom end models may be EPDM (rubber) in recent years, but quite a few were EPDM back in the late 90's and early 2000's.
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Be glad you have a TPO roof. I believe it is the best roof going these days and even some of the high end models are moving away from fiberglass. It is lighter, doesn’t chalk or deteriorate in the sun, doesn’t crack, is easier to repair if damaged and is cheaper. Fiberglass certainly is the historical “gold standard” just like copper plumbing was the standard for decades. For years many builders and buyers of high end homes wouldn’t settle for “anything less” than copper pipes but it finally became clear that PEX is better in every way. So it is with TPO. IMO.
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