Spray foam roofing has many benefits for homeowners and businesses. It involves spraying a coating on top of the roof. In this video, you will learn about some of the pros and cons of SPF roofing.
One of the major benefits of SPF roofing is how easy it is to install. It can take traditional roofers up to 30 minutes to work around a curve.
However, SPF roofing would only take a few minutes. They are also easy to maintain. The coating makes it easy to clean out drains.
SPF roofs are also extremely energy efficient. They have an R-value of seven per inch. This can even be increased to 11 when additional coating is sprayed on. The durability is also good. This is because SPF roofs are seamless which means that they don’t split as times passes. These roofs are also sustainable because the roof can easily be repaired with more coatings of foam.
There are a few downsides to SPF roofing. It can’t be installed during the winter time in cold climates. This is because it must be at least 50 degrees Fahrenheit for the home to spray in good condition. The other downside is the potential for overspray and the need for yearly maintenance.