The Benefits Of Roof Spray Polyurethane Foam

Roof spray polyurethane foam, or SPF, is a foam that can be sprayed over the top of many types of commercial roofs, including EPDM and metal, or can be a stand-alone roofing material. If you are looking to extend the life of your existing roofing material or have a new roof installed, you may be wondering if SPF is the right material for your roof. Learning the benefits can help you decide. Here are some of those benefits. 

Roof Spray Polyurethane Foam Can Help Fill In Dips or Indentions

One of the most unique benefits associated with roof spray polyurethane foam is that the foam can be sprayed thinner or thicker across the roof. This helps to fill in dips or indentions within the roof, creating an even and level roof. Indentions or dips in a roof can lead to water puddling, which can ultimately lead to leaks. Creating a smooth surface helps water better glide off of the roof. 

Roof Spray Polyurethane Foam Increases a Building's Energy Efficiency

Another benefit associated with roof spray polyurethane foam is that it helps to increase your commercial building's energy efficiency. Roof SPF helps to insulate the roof. Ultimately, this helps to keep outdoor air from entering through the roof, and indoor air from escaping through the roof. This helps to keep your building warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, while also helping to decrease your energy usage. 

Roof Spray Polyurethane Foam Is Easy To Maintain and Care For

The final benefit of roof spray polyurethane foam is that this is a low-maintenance roofing material. It is recommended that every commercial roof be inspected a few times a year to look for signs of damage. Roof SPF roofs do not experience a lot of damage and need fewer repairs than other common commercial roofing materials. This makes them a great choice for someone who doesn't want to spend a lot of time worrying or paying for roof repairs. 

Roof spray polyurethane foam can help to extend the life of existing roofing materials when sprayed over the top of it, or it can stand alone as its own roofing material. There are a number of benefits associated with roof SPF, and learning about those benefits allows you to make an informed and educated decision as to whether roofing SPF is ideal for your roof. Reach out to a roofing professional today to learn more about this material or obtain an estimate to have it applied to your commercial roof.