Spray Foam can be a great way to repair old or damaged roofs or to create a clean sealed long-lasting surface. Our Spray Foam roofs are seamless, watertight and virtually maintenance free. In addition, they provide better insulation, resist heavy weather and have reflective surfaces that help energy efficiency.
A type of roof comprising Primer, Closed-Cell Polyurethane Spray Foam and additional coating. Spray Foam Midland
Spray Foam roofs are becoming more and more popular for both homes and businesses. This is because the Spray Foam roof seals and insulates at the same time. When applied properly, it creates a leak-free seal over the whole roof and offers better insulation than any other roofing system, with an estimated R-Value of 7 per inch.
Proper application is critical.
Energy Star is an international standard for energy efficient consumer products, created by the US in 1992, and now adopted throughout the world. Foam Roofing meets or exceeds Energy Star standards in energy efficiency and reliability, such as solar reflectivity and roof life.
Studies show that SPF roofs can last more than 30 years.
A study by Dr. Dean Kashiwagi of the Del E. Web School of Construction at Arizona State University and Dr. Rene Dupuis of the National Roofing Foundation showed that SPF shows little sign of deterioration after 30 years. Dr. Kashiwagi is the pioneer of the “Performance Based Procurement System” for buying best performing services/facility systems. Between 1983 and 1996, he surveyed the performance of more than 1600 SPF roofing systems, the oldest of which were more than 26 years old. Of the roofs surveyed, 97.6% did not leak and 93% had less than 1% deterioration. These are impressive numbers considering 55% of those roofs were never maintained.
In the most comprehensive roof survey ever performed by the National Roofing Foundation, Dr. Dupuis evaluated 160 SPF roofing systems in California, Texas, Wisconsin, Illinois, New Jersey, and New York. In presenting his findings, Dr. Dupuis concluded that SPF roofing systems appear to have a very high degree of sustainability with an indefinite life expectancy when properly maintained with periodic recoating. Both Kashiwagi and Dupuis also noted the physical properties of SPF did not diminish over time, and more than 70% of the roofs were applied over existing roofing systems.
These findings indicate a properly maintained SPF Foam Roof can be expected to last the lifetime of the property.
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