Why Choose Spray Foam Roofing?

In the past, sprayed polyurethane foam was considered only as an alternative to built-up roofing, Peritus commercial roofs now protect a wide range of buildings. Over time, through comprehensive independent studies, Peritus systems have proven to be dependable, long lasting and very affordable. Today there are foam roofs that have been in place for over 25 years and should be able to last indefinitely, with proper maintenance.

Sprayed Polyurethane Foam is a combination of isocyanate and polyol.

Because the foam is sprayed onto the roof as a liquid, it forms a single continuous membrane that is seamless and very stable. Peritus spray foam requires a clean surface for proper application. It must be dry and free of contaminants such as oil. The surface must also be properly fastened to the substrate in accordance with building code.

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The Benefits of Closed Cell Spray Foam

  • Ability to Stop Leaks and is Weather Resistant

    Polyurethane foam forms a monolithic, self-flashing surface, which effectively seals against leaks.

  • Reduces and Simplifies Roof Maintenance

    The applied polyurethane foam system requires minimal maintenance. If damaged. caulking is sufficient for repair in most cases.

  • Lightweight

    Complete Sprayed Polyurethane Foam Systems are many times lighter than tar and gravel roof systems. When applied to an existing roof, the loose ballast removed usually weighs more than the replacement foam system. This results in the new roof being lighter than the original.

  • Reduces Building Movement

    By placing the insulation on the outside, the foam system reduces building movement and thermal shock.