Residential Spray Foam Roofing
If your home has a flat roof, one of the best roofing materials is a coated foam roof. This type of roof is sprayed on. The benefits of a foam roofing system include its protection from the elements, energy efficiency, easy installation and easily maintained.
Additionally, foam roofing is a renewable and sustainable option.
Spray Foam Benefits
- Water cannot migrate through the foam
- High wind uplift resistance
Energy & Comfort:
- Lower Cooling & Heating costs
- No Thermal Bridging
- Lower Roof Temperatures
- Reflects Solar Radiation
Maintenance & Repair:
- Fully adheres to almost any substrate
- No fasteners, no welding, no gluing
- Lower Labor costs
- Conforms to irregular shapes
Quik-Shield spray foam roof systems fair better in extreme weather, including hail, high winds, and falling debris. A post-Hurricane Katrina study conducted by NIST concluded that all spray foam roofs, with one minor exception sustained the hurricane without blow-off of the spray foam or damage to flashings. Quik-Shield maintains this strength and durability while still weighing less than conventional roofs, typically by 50%. Quik-Shield spray foam on a metal deck maxed out the Miami-Dade wind uplift test at over 500 mph.
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What warranties are available?
10, 15, and 20 year warranties available (NDL)
What coatings are available?
Acrylic, Cementitious, and Silicone
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What kind of maintenance for a foam roof?
Visual inspection, and keeping drains free of debris
How much can I save on energy use?
Up to 30%+ in savings
Am I helping the environment by using foam?
No need for roof tear offs – no landfill cost required
Qualifies as a cool roof
Can I put a foam on my existing roof?
Yes, as long as there is only one existing roof system – per code