Norris Spray Foam leads the pack in the Benbrook area for spray foam roofing systems. We re-roof all types of commercial and industrial roofs with spray polyurethane foam to seal leaks permanently, to provide insulation and to preserve and protect the substrate from the ravages of time and weather.
Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF)
This roofing process is different. The system is lightweight, non-toxic and it’s durable and weather-resistant. Since tear-off of old roofs is not always necessary, SPF reduces the amount of time and money spent on installation, reduces noise generated, and reduces inconveniences caused. SPF also allows for contours to be created to create slope and drainage.
SPF provides two layers of protection:
1. Spray-applied polyurethane foam provides a seamless, monolithic waterproof barrier with continuous flashings. SPF is appropriate and adheres well to most horizontal and vertical surfaces.
2. The next layer is a protective coating such as cementititous, silicone or urethane, acrylic or polyurea. The choice of type is determined by the use.
The benefits of SPF:
An established roofing method developed in the late 1960s.
Continuous, seamless, lightweight reflective roofing system.
Maximum insulating in warm or cold climates with a high R-value to reduce energy costs.
During installation, installation costs are reduced due to ease of application.
Lowers maintenance costs.
Reduced indoor air pollution by reducing infiltration.
Leak reduction from ponding and flashings.
Reduces building movement and thermal shock since insulation is on outside.
Fire-resistant (class A) with a UL rating.
Effective in snow and ice, rain and high humidity, and low humidity locales with intense solar radiation.
An SPF roof possesses a renewable lifespan when maintained properly and then reapplied with elastomeric coatings consistently during the system’s lifetime.
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