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Reflective Roof Options Save Your Business Money

Day after day under the harsh sun, your commercial roof is taking a solar beating. When you consider North Texas’s sunny climate, combined with the almost-year-round high temperatures, you can expect premature aging and high utility costs with traditional roofing systems. Are you wondering what you can do about the weather’s effects on your business’s…

The Best Insulation to Reduce Your Utility Bills

There have been many days above 105 degrees this summer, and it’s only going to get worse… That makes this fall your opportunity to consider better insulation to reduce your utility bills. It’s a great investment for the future. If you’re like many business owners, you’ve probably been taking a hard look at your electric…

Closed Cell Spray Foam Fights the Summer Heat

Summer is here again, and temperatures have already climbed to extreme highs — do you have energy-saving closed cell spray foam roofing and insulation installed at your commercial building? You should — I’ll explain. The harsh summer conditions of North Texas mean the utility costs for energy consumption are skyrocketing as you attempt to keep…

If You Have a Leaky Rubber Roof, Coating Options Could Prevent Costly Replacement

Before you make the really expensive decision to replace your commercial EPDM or rubber roof, you might want to consider an alternative — when it comes to rubber roofs, coating options are available that could help cover some of the inherent shortcomings of these roofing systems and extend the life of your existing roof.

Choosing Flat Roof Materials — What to Do When It’s Time to Replace My Commercial Roof

There are a lot of choices on the market for flat roof materials, and it can be difficult to choose which one is best when it comes time to replace that aging, leaky roof on your commercial building. It can seem like a tough decision at first glance. Let’s consider the pluses and minuses of…

Closed Cell Foam vs Open Cell Foam — Which Is Best for Commercial Use?

When it comes to the question of closed cell foam vs open cell foam, the two types of polyurethane foam used for roofing and insulation are not the same, even though they often look similar and can be difficult to distinguish by simple appearance. These two families of polyurethane foam products bring very different advantages…

Spray Foam Roofing Survives Severe Hurricane Conditions

Although major hurricanes like Katrina, Ivan, Ike, Rita, and the most recent one that raged through Puerto Rico, Maria, leave unbelievable damage in their wakes, spray foam roofing is proving through each storm event that it can survive these unbelievable conditions. That means spray foam roofing (also called spray polyurethane foam, or SPF),  may be…

Weatherproof Roofing — SPF and Elastomeric Coatings Are Ready for Anything

The weather in North Texas is a constant factor in our daily routines, affecting our business lives and budgets — weatherproof roofing can bring you peace of mind as a business owner. The summer utility bills skyrocket every year, and constantly changing winter conditions can cause headaches for businesses, too. Have you ever wondered if…

Foam Roofing — 6 Advantages of a Spray Polyurethane Foam Roof  

At DFW Urethane, we firmly believe that an SPF (spray polyurethane foam) roofing system is the best option for the majority of commercial buildings — both those in need of a solution to their current failing roof and new constructions. Here are 5 reasons why we’re sold on spray polyurethane foam roofing systems, and why…

Foam Insulation and R-Value — A False Measurement

When asked to insulate commercial buildings, we often recommend SPF (spray polyurethane foam) insulation. R-value, the commercial rating for insulation, isn’t the reason. R-value is an out-of-date calculation originally meant to rate the efficiency of insulation products and was adopted by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to protect consumers against false sales claims. Foam Insulation…