If you’re asking the question ‘What is Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing’ you are likely new to commercial roofing or looking to replace/repair your roof. Either way, we can help.
Here at West Roofing Systems, we’ve been installing Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofs for over 37 years. And in that time, one of the most common questions we’ve received from customers is, “How does spray polyurethane foam work?”That’s why we wrote this comprehensive article to cover what spray polyurethane foam is, how it’s applied in roofing, along with the advantages and disadvantages of choosing a spray polyurethane foam roof for your facility.
Spray Polyurethane Foam, more commonly referred to as SPF, is a material that is sprayed as a liquid so it can expand into a foam, creating a solid layer across an existing roof.
While SPF roofing is not the most known type of roofing material, the technology has been around since the early 1960s for industrial, commercial, and residential facilities. An SPF roofing system can be used in any climate, and when properly installed and maintained, can last over 50 years.
Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing Systems are becoming the go-to roofing for commercial, industrial, and even residential facilities that are looking for a long-lasting, economically efficient option. As the cost of energy increases, so will the demand for SPF roofs.
Contact West Roofing Systems today to talk to our expert staff about your future SPF Roofing System.
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