It’s now summer and roofing season is well underway as homeowners and commercial facility owners take advantage of the moderate, drier weather to get their roofs repaired, restored or replaced. For those looking to fix existing spray polyurethane foam roofs, or those looking to restore or fully replace existing roofs with a spray foam system, following is some guidance on what to consider.
Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) roofing is a high density, rigid and closed-cell spray foam variety that may be applied over most new and retrofit roofing substrates. In roofing applications, SPF acts as a protective roofing layer, a thermal insulator, air barrier, vapor retarder and a waterproofing solution. The cost-efficient system may be applied to any shape and substrate.