New Construction SPF (spray polyurethane foam) roof application
Yes, we do new construction too. SPF, or Spray Polyurethane Foam, has been used in Arizona for a long time. Its benefits include adding insulation to your roof and a superior ability to adhere to anything. It makes it self-flashing and provides a monolithic, or seamless, substrate to apply commercial roof coatings materials.
Our SPF system
Our SPF system includes the SPF foam itself. Then a base coat, followed by a top coat. And when needed or requested, we can add granules to the top coat—providing you with additional protection and strength to the system. When we perform a roof condition survey, we will let you know if we recommend adding granules to your system.
Our foam will measure from one and a half inches to two inches. Our skilled team of applicators can build crickets using foam, helping to direct water to the drains. Most manufacturers require no less than one inch of SPF thickness.
We get SPF locally
We source SPF locally, using one of a few local sources to purchase our foam. The coatings manufacturer has authorized the SPF we use. It allows us to offer the same 10, 15, 20, and even up to 30-year NDL (no dollar limit) warranty on every job we do.
Our team knows what they are doing.
The installer’s skill makes or breaks the roof like any other roofing material. Our skilled team of installers applies foam as per the industry standard, following the SPFA (Spray Foam Alliance) recommendations. Regarding SPF, the texture and the thickness matter the most. Our applicators know how to spray to get the texture needed for the best coating application.
Is SPF the right roof system for you
Suppose you want a seamless roof that adds to the insulation of your roof. It Helps reduces sound intrusion and is easy to maintain. SPF may be right for you.
About the Author: Henry Staggs has been in the roofing industry since the 1980s. He was starting his own company while still young. He worked as a second-tier subcontractor on a military base. Henry ran several roofing companies over the years and worked as a roof consultant for several of those years. Was named a subject matter expert by the NCCER and assisted in revising the trade school textbooks. Roofing level one and level two. Is an NCCER master trainer, NRCA authorized trainer, NCCER roofing craft trainer, evaluator, and test proctor. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out.
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