Stop Leaks and Energy Loss

Polyurethane Foam Systems

Stop Leaks and Energy Loss

A quality, economical solution to your roofing needs. Sprayed polyurethane foam (SPF) roofing systems are a popular choice among owners of both new and existing flat-roofed buildings. The system provides a durable, waterproof covering which bonds tightly to nearly any properly prepared surface. It’s so lightweight with about eight ounces per square foot that it can be applied over most existing roof systems without exceeding the structural load capacity. Yet it’s amazingly strong, easily withstanding foot traffic and other weight requirements.

The only roofing system that keeps saving you money, providing a return on your investment (ROI). For most installations, the old roof stays on, saving you $.25 to $.65/sq. ft. in tear-off costs and speeding up the installation time, causing less disruption at your work site.

The seamless system reduces the need for repairs, but if mechanical damage to the membrane does occur, it usually can be repaired with only a caulk gun and sealant. And unlike some systems, foam roofing recoats with ease, extending the life of the roof.

Benefits of a SPF Roof:

  • Stops leaks with superior waterproofing
  • Stops lateral water movement with the foam’s closed cell structure
  • Simplifies repairs – most damage can be fixed with a caulk gun and coating
  • Increases energy efficiency and lowers utility expense with a cool, white, reflective surface and an insulation value of R-6.5 per inch of thickness
  • Extends the life of your roof

Reduce Cooling Expense by up to 30%

The average roof absorbs a large portion of the sun’s ultraviolet rays as heat. Conklin’s white SPF roofing system reflects 85% of the sun’s heat, cooling your building and saving you as much as 30% in air conditioning costs.

More thermal resistance than any other insulating material. As the cost of heating and cooling buildings keeps climbing, many owners choose foam roofing for its outstanding insulating properties. Unlike other roof systems, the entire thickness of a foam roof is high-grade insulation. SPF’s closed-cell structure stops air infiltration, the chief culprit of most energy losses. A one-inch thickness has an insulating R-value of 7.14, higher than any other insulating material. In addition, when you install SPF over an existing roof, you retain that R-value, as well as add to it.

Most building owners experience substantial energy savings with a foam roofing system. Advanced Roofing can conduct an energy audit to estimate your particular energy savings and payback value.

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