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SPF Foam Roofing Systems
Sprayed Polyurethane foam roofing is a superior insulator, meets and exceeds building code requirements, and is a form of energy-efficient green construction. The Phoenix foam roofs are very durable and last substantially longer than other roof systems with little or no maintenance. SPF Roofs are mostly ideal on flat and low slope roofs, although there may be some exceptions. SPF is the ideal roofing material because it is thick (typically 1″ or more) and 100% waterproof. It’s a rigid spray-applied polyurethane based plastic that repels water, insulates, and remains flexible for the life of the building.
To keep your roof in its renewable state, the first recoat should be applied in 5 years. Subsequent recoats are applied to the foam roofing system every 20 years. Recoating extends an SPF roof life against UV exposure and weather conditions, and a maintenance schedule is by far the greenest and most cost-effective way to an SPF roof. Following up with a recoat with elastomeric coating keeps the original foam roof preserved in its renewable condition. The recoat layer takes the beating of sun, wind, and rain while the underlying original foam roof continues to perform like new. Applying the initial recoat early (at 5 years) assures proper adhesion and also assures that the original roof doesn’t wear out. For example, if you were to wait until twenty years to do the first foam recoat, the roof surface would already be too worn out to receive a recoat. The top layer of coating works like sunscreen, extending roof life for a twenty-year period.
Spray Foam Insulation
Insulate and seal your whole house with energy-saving, high-density, spray polyurethane foam (SPF). The most cost-efficient time to insulate walls, ceilings, and attics is prior to the installation of sheetrock. Contacting us for a free estimate is the first step towards going green and making your home or business more environmentally friendly. Completely seal your building envelope against air infiltration and moisture intrusion by using closed cell spray foam insulation in stud walls and attics. Spray foam insulation can reduce your energy bills by 20% to 50% more than fiberglass batts. Spray foam insulation also improves sound diminishment giving your home or business a quieter interior.