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…

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A man in a white T shirt applies spray foam to a commercial roof. Spray foam also is used for building insulation, providing superior R value compared to traditional insulation.

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 R-value is an out-of-date calculation originally meant to rate the efficiency of insulation products and was adopted by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to protect consumers against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…

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White spray foam that has been applied to a flat commercial roof. SPF is well known to survive disaster conditions.

Thanks to our great team of employees, customers, suppliers, friends, and people who just wanted to help, we are going to be able to help the people in Orange, TX affected by Hurricane Harvey and make a positive impact in their lives. Thanks to their generous donations of time, money, and resources, here’s what we’re…

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