What is Spray Foam Roofing? [Less Than 100 Words]
Spray Polyurethane Foam, aka SPF, is a material that made by combining two liquids (a polyol/resin and an isocyanate) as it’s sprayed onto the existing roof substrate. It creates a foam that expands 20 times in size to form a seamless foam surface. When the foam has expanded, this layer can be between 1 and 1.5 inches in thickness.
When the installation is complete, it will create a durable, moisture-resistant renewable foam roof covering. SPF roofing is not the most known type of roofing material; the technology has been around since the 1960s for industrial, commercial, and residential facilities.
Author: Aubrey Barto
Aubrey Barto is the Marketing Manager of West Roofing Systems, Inc. She has two BAs in News and Media Production with Certifications from Hubspot, HootSuite, University of San Francisco and Wharton School of Business. Aubrey works closely with West Roofing’s sales and service teams, she is up on our roofs taking photos and videos for our website regularly.