Sprayed Polyurethane Foam is applied as a liquid using plural-component spray equipment to fill cracks and crevices. It then expands approximately 30 times its original liquid volume to form a hard, closed cell monolithic roof surface. The Polyurethane Foam dries within seconds after applied to the roof surface. Its expansion results in a weather tight roofing membrane that is fully adhered to the substrate. Because of polyurethane’s light weight, it adds little additional weight to the structure and is often used in remedial applications. Polyurethane Foam has a history of more than 40 years as a maintainable roofing medium. Polyurethane Foam adds excellent insulation value to the structure and your utility bills will reflect the difference.
When we apply closed cell spray foam insulation to open studwalls and rafter bays, it completely seals the building envelope against air infiltration and moisture intrusion. Energy bills are typically 20% to 50% lower with spray foam insulation when compared side-by-side with fiberglass batts. This insulation system improves sound attenuation offering quieter interiors.