Spray Foam System

Spray Foam Process

What our spray foam system can do to help you

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Will this type of roofing solve leaking roofing issues?

What type of longevity can I expect?

Can I use this type of coating on my roof?

Can metal restoration help with design flaws?

What is metal restoration?

What are the specific benefits of this system?

Pros and Cons of Spray Foam System

Side by side list

Pros

  • Stops leaks
  • Extend the life of your roof
  • Increases energy efficiency and lowers utility expenses
  • Effectively seal off gaps and crannies, making the entire roof watertight and airtight.
  • Can eliminate  the need for a complete tear off and replacement.
  • Outstanding tensile strength
  • Can be used to correct ponding areas
  • Simplifies repairs – most damage can be fixed with caulk gun and sealant
  • Stops lateral water seepage with the foam’s closed-cell structure

Cons

  • More difficult application and removal process
  • Must be applied with extreme care to achieve best results.

Conclusion:

Conklin’s Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) System is a great way to provide high-grade roof insulation for superior protection from the elements. With an insulation value of R-6.5 per inch of thickness, SPF effectively controls air infiltration, and reduces cooling and heating costs. During the restoration process, the entire roof is insulated with SPF (at a minimum thickness of one inch) and sealed with a reflective finish coat.

Application & Installation

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