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Foam Roofing FAQs
What is residential foam roofing?
Sprayed Polyurethane Foam (SPF) roofing has been used in residential and commercial roofing for nearly 40 years. SPF is a two component (non-toxic, emission free) sprayed liquid that expands into a solid (closed cell polyurethane) rigid, walkable surface. Once the liquid is sprayed and cured (about, five minutes) the surface is walkable and virtually impenetrable. Once applied, any flat or low-pitched roof will have a solid, seamless, insulation blanket covering the entire roof. There are no nails, screws, or glues used, leaving zero chance of water leaks. SPF has an extremely high level of heat and cold resistance making it an excellent insulator for both summer and winter temperatures. To protect the SPF roof from the UV of the sun, either an acrylic or silicone coating is used as a cover. Typically, the coating will last for 10-20 years, and the SPF roof only needs to be recoated in the future. The SPF roof lifespan is indefinite.
What are the benefits of foam roofing?
- 100% surface coverage over any flat or low-pitched roof.
- 100% attached to the prepared substrate covering all cracks, seams, or penetrations on the existing roofing system.
- No tear-off required, which eliminates landfill disposal.
- Zero emissions when sprayed and inert when cured.
- Can be sprayed thicker in areas to promote drainage to thinner locations such as drains or gutters.
- Covered by either a water-based acrylic or a non-emissions silicone for UV protection, therefore no future tear-off or landfill. Only a recoating is required every 10-20 years.
How does foam roofing affect energy consumption?
Because of the high insulation qualities of SPF, most home and building owners notice 10-to-15-degree lower interior temperatures in the summer (reducing cooling costs or eliminating the need for air conditioning) and increased heat containment during the winter, lowering heating cost.
What is the lifespan of a foam roof?
The lifespan of an SPF roof is indefinite. Mostly, the life span depends on the care and maintenance performed by the home or building owner. The lifespan depends on proper repairs of third-party installations (skylights, HVAC, electrical conduit, etc.) and making sure the SPF remains covered by the acrylic or silicone topcoat. The lifespan of the topcoat is determined by the amount of coating applied by the original installer.
Why is it important for the SPF installer/contractor to use the same manufacturer for both the foam and the topcoat?
In California, SPF is regulated for emissions by both the federal and state governments. California requires “HFO” foam to be sprayed, which is considered “zero-emissions”. This means all SPF contractors are required to use government regulated spray foam. There are no exceptions. The topcoat however has no emissions regulations, so contractors can use any chosen coatings manufacturer as a topcoat. For the SPF roofing system to qualify as a “system” the manufacturer of the SPF must approve the coating that covers the SPF roof. This presents a problem if there are any manufacturer defects in the future as the manufacturer of the foam will not warranty the defect if a different coating manufacturer is used as a topcoat.