Consider the many benefits of spray polyurethane foam for your roofing project:
Not only does it stand up to water, SPF performs well against hurricane-force winds. It forms a chemical as well as a mechanical bond with surfaces for added structural strength and rigidity. SPF eliminates the problem areas where most leaks start by eliminating seams and fasteners. Water does not travel laterally in SPF roofs as it can in built-up roofs (BUR) or single-ply roofs. Hail and wind driven missile damage typically does not cause leaks and can be repaired later without compromising the long term performance.
The lifespan of a SPF roof is virtually endless. The roof is completely renewable – make minor repairs using caulk and renew the lifespan through re-coating. The foam is easy to replace when stacks or other roof penetrations need to be moved or added.
Strong and Durable:
Recent Miami-Dade testing has proven that spray foam roofing systems can increase roof deck wind uplift resistance by more than three times. It offers the highest wind uplift rating of any roofing system currently available.
Seamless and Monolithic:
Foam roofing systems are “sprayed-in-place”, therefore, have no joints, seams, or fasteners. There is also no need for counter flashing in most cases. Additionally, thermal shorts are eliminated as well as the chance for leaks and cracks.
You might choose an SPF Roof System if you want: