EPDM Flat Roofs
Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) is a type of flat roofing system that blends two liquid chemicals of polyol and isocyanate which is then topped off with a special protective coating to create a fantastic waterproof seal.
In a nutshell, the liquids are applied directly to the roofing deck by using a special spray application process that utilizes high-pressure equipment and heat to create a seamless, lightweight, and a continuous monolithic layer of insulation and protection that wonderfully seals all penetrations with no joints or fasteners. Once the closed-cell foam is allowed to expand and harden, it is then coated with a UV-resistant finish that further helps to protect it from the elements and prolong its lifespan.
Spray-on foam roofing is one of the most popular flat roofing solutions today, and for good reason. It offers numerous advantages that make it an ideal choice for commercial and residential roofing applications.
Overall, EPDM roofing is a great choice for flat roofing systems on houses. It is durable, flexible, long-lasting, and resistant to harsh weather conditions, making it a great choice for areas that experience extreme temperature fluctuations.
Additionally, it is also relatively easy to install and maintain and is cost-effective. While there are a few disadvantages to consider, the advantages of this weathertight material far outweigh the disadvantages. So, if you are looking for a cost-effective and durable roofing material for your flat roof, rubber is an excellent choice. Contact us today to learn more about EPDM roofing and how it can benefit your home.
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