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Sprayed Polyurethane Foam (SPF)



Asphalt Shingles    Built-Up (Tar & Gravel)    Copper    EPDM (Rubber)    Metal Roofs
Modified Bitumen    PIB    PVC    Slate    Spray Foam    Tile (Clay and Concrete)
TPO (Single-Ply)    Wood Roofing

DURABILITY
When most people hear of a "foam" roof, they automatically think of the type of soft foam similar to that used for seat cushions and are concerned that they won't be able to walk on it without causing problems or damaging the roof. Foam roofs are very durable and can handle foot and construction traffic as well as other roofs. They are still susceptible to damage from dropped tools just as any other roof but the damage is more easily seen and can most often be repaired with some simple polyurethane caulking.

 

  
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