SAVING MONEY AND ELIMINATING ROOF HEADACHES
As a facility manager or building owner, there’s always a couple things on your mind: how can you save money and how can you reduce your stress level? Sadly, there aren’t a lot of silver bullets in the facility maintenance industry that solve both problems, but we have one for you. Our spray foam roofing solutions can save you money and eliminate roof headaches, does that interest you? Read on!
Spray Foam Means Fewer Repairs
Installing a spray foam roof means you now have a more dependable roof system. It requires fewer repairs thanks to its simple design and long life. Fewer repairs naturally means you save money, but it also means you have far fewer headaches related to getting your roof back up and running. A roof system that allows for fewer repairs sounds good, but what else can spray foam provide?
While spray foam means your roof requires significantly fewer repairs, you will still need repairs from time to time. No roofing system can promise that you’ll never have to make repairs again. However, what spray foam can promise is that the repairs you need to make to it will be far simpler than those of other systems. Drop an AC unit while relocating it and puncture the spray foam roof? Fill that spot with caulk and the repair is done. No other system can be repaired that easily. Nearly every single spray foam repair can be made with nothing more than a rage and a tube of caulk. That’s a time and money saver right there!
Fewer Leaks Mean Fewer Headaches
The simple, effective nature of spray foam means that you get fewer leaks. The system just lasts better than other systems so leaks are rare. There are few things more stressful to a facility manager than roof leaks, so a roofing system that can essentially eliminate them is a welcomed one. Spray foam has fewer points of weakness and therefore fewer leaks, saving you money and eliminating roof headaches caused by leaks.
Recoating Makes Getting a New Roof Easier
A spray foam roof can be recoated with a new acrylic or silicone coating layer, providing up to 20 more years of life to the roof. When you reach the end of the warranty period (or preferably just before), you can install a new layer of that protective coating and extend your warranty for 10, 15, or even 20 years longer. Recoating a foam roof that is already in place is significantly less expensive than tearing off and replacing the roof. The project also goes faster and requires no intrusion into your building. Recoating your spray foam roof is a great way to save money and eliminate stress.
Spray foam roofing systems can be more expensive in the installation phase, but they quickly earn their cost back through energy savings and reduce repairs, leaks, and headaches. If you’d like to eliminate roofing headaches from your daily schedule, contact us today.