BENEFITS OF SPRAY FOAM ROOFING
- Energy Efficient
- Code Compliant
Anyone with roofing experience will tell you that most systems get vulnerable at their seams. Except for some heat-welded systems, all roofs become vulnerable to water as they age- and leaks form when the seams get compromised. The area around the flashing can also be compromised. Flashing covers spaces in roofing created through joints, pipe vents, and other protrusions. SPF addresses both issues and offers many other benefits.
Temperature Control: SPF reflects a great deal of the sun’s harmful heat and radiation. It keeps your structure cooler throughout the hottest months of the year. As a superior insulator, spray foam keeps both cool and hot air contained within your structure – keeping costs down no matter the season.
Leak Prevention: SPF will never absorb water, unlike most other roofing materials. The fully waterproof system means unparalleled protection from leaks. SPF presents a single monolithic barrier against rainfall, meaning it has nowhere to go except through your drainage system and off the roof.
Longevity: With regular maintenance, a spray foam roof can last the entire life of your structure. Other roofing systems age and require replacement. SPF persists, requiring a top coat of material every 20 years or so. As long as the top layer is maintained, SPF will practically last forever.