Commercial Spray Foam Roofing
SPF keeps a building insulated from heat and cold-completes the building envelope – keeping conditioned air in the building, reducing demand on HVAC systems allowing for HVAC systems to be downsized. This significantly reduces energy consumption and related costs. Read More
Spray Foam Benefits
- Seamless: Polyurethane foam is applied as a liquid,(which instantly expands) it creates a single continuous monolithic membrane that covers the entire roof. There are no seams or joints, therefore none of these common areas exist with foam where the majority of traditional roofs leak.
Spray Foam Roofing
Spray foam is created by combining two components: A-side (isocyanate) and B-side (polyol). The two components are combined at a 1 to 1 mixture through a pump and applied with a spray gun at a constant temperature. As it is applied, the reaction of blending the two together captures gas molecules within the foam, making it very effective at insulating the roof, and creating an air and waterproof barrier.
To protect SPF from moisture, foot traffic, and ultraviolet rays from the sun, a top coating is required. Damage is prevented from any of these elements with a protective coating that seals and prolongs the life of the foam.
- Save the Foam (sacrificial layer resilient to storm damage)-Elastomeric Acrylic coatings bounce back after impact.
- Energy Efficiency/Urban Heat Islands-solar reflectance lower utility costs
- Preserve the roofing system with refresh top coating application (No tear-off required)
Your Roof Is only as good as the installer
What warranties are available?
10, 15, and 20 year warranties available (NDL)
What coatings are available?
Acrylic, Cementitious, and Silicone
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What kind of maintenance for a foam roof?
Visual inspection, and keeping drains free of debris
How much can I save on energy use?
Up to 30%+ in savings
Am I helping the environment by using foam?
No need for roof tear offs – no landfill cost required
Qualifies as a cool roof
Can I put a foam on my existing roof?
Yes, as long as there is only one existing roof system – per code