OASIS ROOFING EL PASO TEXAS (915) 204-8223
Spray Foam Roofing
Spray foam has adhesive quality’s that allows it to adhere to concrete, wood, steel, and most existing roof materials. Spray foam can be applied on top of a roof saving expensive roof removal and landfill fees. Costly tapered insulation systems can be replaced by spay foam on tapered roofs. Additional component cost can be cut by spraying cants and vertical wall terminations.
SprayFoam Roofing Benefits
Spray foam on application fills all cracks and crevices as a liquid, then expands 30 times its original liquid volume sealing the roof top. Forming a hard, closed cell roof surface the result is a lightweight weather tight roofing system.
Polyurethane foam has been around for more than 35 years as a maintainable roofing coating. As a spray foam, it adds excellent insulation qualities to any home or office building reducing utility bills.
Protective Roof Shell
Once the spray foam has been applied to its finish specification and thickness, a protective elastomeric coating is applied adding an additional protective layer to the roofing system. This is a durable weather resistant surface which allow workers to walk on the roof for normal maintenance.
Spray foam roofing systems can pay for themselves. Texas A&M studies have shown that an investment in a spray foam roof can be recovered in 4 ½ years.
SprayFoam Roofing Lifespan
With proper maintenance, a quality spray foam roof can last 50 years or longer. The foam will need to be cleaned and, primed and recoated every 10 to 15 years depending on the amount of coating installed.
Foam roofing systems can handle foot and construction traffic just like any other roofing system. The density of the spray foam adds to its strength and thermal resistance. Reflective roof coatings reflect the suns heat and UV rays cooling the roof up to 100 degrees in some cases adding to the protection of the overall roof system.
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