Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) is an eco-friendly roofing option for commercial, industrial and manufacturing facilities. Spray Polyurethane Foam, more commonly referred to as SPF, is a material that is sprayed as a liquid so it can expand into a foam, creating a solid layer across an existing roof.
While SPF roofing is not the most known type of roofing material, the technology has been around since the early 1960s for industrial, commercial, and residential facilities. An SPF roofing system can be used in any climate, and when properly installed and maintained, can last over 50 years.
Single-Ply Membrane is a time-tested roofing option for commercial, industrial and manufacturing facilities. Single-Ply Membranes are sheets of rubber and other synthetics that can be ballasted, mechanically fastened or chemically adhered to insulation creating a layer of protection on your commercial facility.
While Single-Ply Membrane Roofing is one of the most well-known types of commercial roofing material, there are several types to fit your budget and facility needs.
Most metal roofing systems use corrugated galvanized steel, although other materials such as aluminum or tin can also be used.
Since metal roofing material is rather light in weight, it can be installed right on top of the existing roof. After a metal roofing system is installed, a coating can be added for waterproofing, rust protection, and UV protection.
Metal Roofing is one of the oldest commercial roofing systems on the market.
A Silicone Restoration Membrane is a versatile and self-flashing silicone membrane material perfect for commercial roof renewal. After the existing roof is clean and repaired, the silicone coating is sprayed on, sealing any imperfections and adding a waterproof layer on your commercial roof.
Fluid applied silicone coating is sprayed directly onto an existing roof system. The process of installing a silicone restoration membrane is relatively straightforward.
A Silicone Restoration Membrane is a great alternative to replacing a commercial roof.
Starting a new roofing project? Always start with the basics!
Our Commercial Roofing 101 is a handy guide for any property owner or manager.
You will learn more about the popular commercial roofing types, installation processes, advantages and more!