Spray Foam Roofing Systems

When it comes to managing your roof, you want a solution that’s cost-effective and can stand the test of time. Turning to roofing foam can be a fantastic solution because it’s a relatively low investment that works in all types of climates, for all types of roofs.

How Does SPF Roofing Work?

Spray polyurethane foam, otherwise known as SPF, is created through a simple chemical reaction. It’s sprayed onto surfaces as a liquid, but then expands to become a solid foam. For roofing applications, this material is especially good at preventing leaks. Spray foam also helps smooth out the roof’s surface to remove dips where water might collect. It provides seamless coverage and easily fills any gaps or cracks in the substrate. 

Roofing foam works well for most sites because it can be applied to just about any existing roof structure. The quick application process helps keep labor costs low, and, unlike other roof installations, SPF roofing doesn’t require any major demolition or construction. It can cover over asphalt, shingles, metal, wood, and more.

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Roofing Foam Benefits for Any Site

Residential, commercial, and industrial facilities can all utilize spray foam for roofing applications. The material continues to become more and more popular because it’s both economical and energy-efficient. 

  • Conforms to any shape/type of roof
  • Works over existing roofing material
  • Seamless application prevents leaks
  • Insulation rating never deteriorates
  • Minimal upkeep for long-term value

The right spray foam roofing application can easily last for 50 years or more. Once in place, its insulation properties help drive down costs for heating and cooling your building—all while protecting your overall structure.

Get the Right Professionals for the Job

Exploring your options with spray foam can be a great way to improve the condition of your roof. Of course, you can’t make the decision lightly. It’s important to note that an SPF roofing system is only as good as its installation process.

The required prep work should include a careful analysis of your roof’s size, slope, and current condition. From there, you can begin to determine whether you’ll need to strip the existing roof or if it can be left in place. An honest assessment here will make a big difference for your investment. You don’t want to spend more for a demo project that isn’t even necessary.

Our professional crew at Poly Seal can help you make the right call for your budget and needs. We have a streamlined practice for analyzing roofing systems, so you’ll be able to move forward with confidence. With a detailed review and our expert application methods, we hope to give you a solution that will last for decades and decades to come.

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Ready to get roofing foam for your site? Give us a call to learn more: (208) 960-0034