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A man in a white T shirt is pictured against the sunset. He is applying a sprayed-on roof coating to a commercial rubber roof.

Rubber Roofing Repair — Consider a Silicone Roof Coating System

By DFW Urethane | July 5, 2017

Let’s talk about two things that don’t go together very well — rubber roofing and the Texas weather. The summer weather in North Texas can be disastrous for your commercial rubber roofing. The heat this season will likely be severe, with temperatures for June through August expected to be above average in the region. Such…

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Leaking roof replacement by DFW Urethane — man spraying SPF on a roof

Leaking Roof? Repair or Recoat It With a Spray Polyurethane Foam System for Long-Lasting Protection From Leaks Which Can Occur From Hail and Wind Damage

By DFW Urethane | November 29, 2016

If the roof of your commercial building has a leak, you have a problem — a major one. Texas Roofs — Unique Problems in a Unique Climate In Texas, roofs have a unique environment to contend with, and normal wear and tear, combined with heavy, damaging UV rays, a wide range of hot and cold temperatures…

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wind damage roof repair man applying spray polyurethane foam

Air sealing, weatherization boost energy efficiency and comfort

By DFW Urethane | November 1, 2014

In fall 2012, DFW Urethane was brought in by a hotel construction specialist on the renovation of an older hotel in a Gulf Coast-area entertainment district. The multi-story, 200-room luxury hotel had sustained exterior and interior storm damage earlier in the year, and needed to be ready to welcome guests by mid-January. The hotel construction…

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A man spraying polyurethane foam, the best insulation to reduce utility bills, onto the roof of a commercial building. The sun is setting in the background.

Reroof the energy-wise way – and see more green

By DFW Urethane | September 1, 2014

Today, all aspects of building are becoming more energy-wise. The lighting industry actively promotes changing to LED and CFL light bulbs. More efficient HVAC systems deliver greater energy savings with higher SEER ratings. And new energy-efficient windows reduce radiant heat and leakage of conditioned air. All of those strategies are great for residential buildings, but…

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