A GREAT ROOF WITH AMAZING PERFORMANCE
If you want to replace your leaking roof without having to tear anything off, you might want to install spray foam over the top of your existing roof. In almost all cases, a you can install spray foam roof directly over top of your existing roof, as long as it is clean and dry. When you install spray foam fully adheres to your existing roof and provides better insulation, waterproofing, protection from wind uplift, and reflectivity than most roofs do. So, not only do you avoid tear-off, you also get a roof that is superior to your old roof in most cases. This is a rare combination of convenience, affordability, and performance. Don’t miss out on all these benefits by installing a second, traditional roof over top of your existing roof.
In addition to spray foam’s quick and painless installation and performance once installed, this system can be recoated every 15-20 years, which gives you a brand new warranty. You only have to install spray foam once to get up to 40+ years of service out of the roof through the recoat process – without ever having to tear off your roof.
Install Spray Foam and Keep Your Building Safe
By installing a spray foam roof directly to the existing roof surface, and then recoating that foam periodically to continue protecting it, you can install a new roof on your building, get 40+ years of service, and receive countless benefits that aren’t available with other systems, all without ever having to tear off your roof and expose your interior to the elements. This is a great way to protect the inside of your building, its inhabitants, and your belongings while also making a great roofing decision.
Spray foam is a fantastic roofing system that can outperform just about every roof out there while also avoiding tear off. Spray foam may cost a little bit more for the material than other systems, but it makes up for that by avoiding tear off (which is expensive) and providing benefits that no other roof can. Spray foam roofs actually become a more cost effective item when you consider their longevity and the benefits they provide.