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Why Do Spray Foam Roofs Need Recoated?

Greg Palya Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing

Quick Answer: Spray foam roofs require a recoat every 10-20 years because the coating that protects the foam from UV rays wears away. Perhaps you’ve heard the term “spray foam recoat” but didn’t know what it means. At first, you might think it’s a bad thing. Why would a spray foam roof need a recoat? Can’t it just last a …

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What’s the Best Way to Flash a Roof Against a Vertical Wall?

Greg Palya Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing

Perhaps you’re a property owner who’s had multiple issues with flashing a vertical wall? You’ve tried “patching,” but that’s only worked for a few months. It’s time to think about a different option and get rid of the headache. In this article, you’ll learn: A quick introduction to fluid-applied roofing system #1 – spray foam A quick introduction to fluid-applied …

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The Best Roof for a Shopping Center

Greg Palya Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing

The best roof for a shopping center is a spray foam roofing system. There are several reasons: They have closed-cell insulation, which will not allow leaks They are easy to maintain with caulk or coating They can save on installation costs because the tear-off is minimized They can be recoated, which extends the warranty They are a fluid-applied system that …

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How Does Spray Foam Get Secured to an Existing Roof?

Greg Palya Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing

Perhaps you’re learning about spray foam roofing for the first time. You hear how it’s seamless, fluid-applied, and in most cases, doesn’t require the existing roof to be removed. And you wonder, how does the foam attach to an existing roof? Coming from one of our owners, the short answer is: “Spray foam is sprayed directly to a clean/prepared surface. …

spray foam roofing at Columbia High School - Columbia, Ohio

What Is the Cheapest Commercial Roofing System?

Greg Palya Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing

The cheapest commercial roofing system is a spray foam roof. It’s the cheapest when you consider everything involved with the total cost: The cost of the installation (process + labor + materials) R-value and future energy savings Roof renewability Ease of repairs and maintenance We’ll get into each of these in more detail below. And just so you’re aware, West …