Commercial Spray Foam Roofing
The main goal of any roof system is to maintain the watertight integrity of a building and keep its contents dry. However, especially in regions like ours, the type of roof repair or replacement you choose can play a huge role in managing your energy costs. We know this is a significant consideration in our area.
Commercial building roofing systems come in all shapes, sizes and materials. What you choose for your structure will depend on many factors, including type of existing roof, roof pitch, particular issues you may be having with damage or moisture and the overall look and feel of the building.
While commercial spray foam roofing is not the most common type of flat roofing material, the technology has been around since the early 1960s for industrial, commercial, and residential facilities. According to Western Roofing’s 2018 market survey, liquid applied materials – principally spray polyurethane foam roofing – grew to 10% of all low slope roofing in the western US including new roofs, re-roofing and repairs. Of course as spray foam experts we’re biased, but it’s clear that spray foam roofing is gaining in popularity and has many advantages over traditional roofing systems such as TPO and self-adhered bitumen membranes like SBS.