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 R-value is an out-of-date calculation originally meant to rate the efficiency of insulation products and was adopted by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to protect consumers against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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A man in a white T shirt is photographed against the sunset as he applies spray foam to a commercial roof. Spray foam works well as insulation against heat loss.

The most effective way to insulate your commercial space and reduce your HVAC or utility bills is through spray foam insulation, a form of weatherization, on the interior and/or exterior of your building. However, while insulating the interior of your building can address a great deal of your energy loss, in the form of heated…

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Ice dam solutions — SPF roofing systems provide insulation that can prevent ice dams

Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) is the highest-performing material available today for commercial roofing and building insulation. It consists of sprayed insulating foam that is applied as a liquid and expands to many times its original volume. Because it is made of closed-cell polyurethane, the foam is impermeable by water or moisture. SPF insulation couples a…

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