Pros and Cons to Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing
Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) roofing is a great way to prolong the life of your roof and provide insulation while reducing installation and maintenance costs.
SPF consists of two layers of protection. The first layer is applied using a sprayer that gives a seamless, monolithic waterproof barrier and will adhere to most vertical or horizontal substrates. The second layer is a protecting coat that is cementitious, silicone, urethane, acrylic or polyurea. Here are some pros and cons of spray foam roofing.
Pros of SPF Roofing:
- Waterproof and resistant to hail and wind damage
- High r-value
- Can improve indoor air quality by reducing infiltration of air pollutants
- Reduces building movement and thermal shock since insulation is on the outside
- Effective in cold, tropical, subtropical and desert climates
- Renewable roof system with proper annual maintenance
Cons of SPF Roofing:
- Adequate drainage is necessary
- Must be installed during specific weather conditions
CentiMark is North America’s full service roofing contractor with millions of square feet of SPF roofing experience. References based on size of project, industry type or geography can be provided upon request.
One of the most recent SPF roofing systems installed is one that may be familiar: The Kia Forum in Inglewood, California. Check it out below!
Questions? Speak with a professional about SPF Roofing!
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