Spray Polyurethane Foam

Spray Polyurethane Foam

Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) is a seamless barrier system that insulates and waterproofs your roof to save energy costs. Many building owners find the system provides a lightweight, reliable barrier that not only withstands the test of time, but is also financially advantageous. Conklin’s SPF System delivers countless benefits, ensuring complete satisfaction.

Advantages of Conklin’s SPF Coating System

  • Increases energy efficiency and lowers utility expense with a cool, white, and reflective surface.
  • Stops lateral water movement.
  • Simplifies repairs – most damage can be fixed with a caulk gun and coating.
  • Extends the life of your roof.

Look forward to years of trouble-free protection, low maintenance

Conklin’s SPF Roofing System provides leak-free protection and exceptional energy savings for years. It maintains maximum reflectivity and energy savings, because its surface is resistant to dirt and discoloration. Annual cleaning is all that’s needed to keep it white

Eliminate future roof tear-offs

Years from now, when it’s time to renew the superior protection of your Conklin Roof System, a simple recoat will do the job. In most cases, multiple recoats can be done for the entire life of your roof, saving you the expense of a new roof. With your recoat, our material warranty* may also be extended.

Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) roofing is a seamless, lightweight, and durable roofing solution applied as a liquid that expands into a foam, forming a solid, waterproof membrane over the existing roof substrate. SPF roofing offers excellent insulation properties, high resistance to leaks, and superior energy efficiency, making it an ideal choice for commercial properties seeking long-term protection and cost savings on energy bills.

When properly installed and maintained, SPF roofs can last upwards of 20 to 30 years or more. Maintenance for SPF roofing typically involves regular inspections by trained professionals to check for signs of damage or deterioration, such as cracks or areas of moisture intrusion. Additionally, recoating the SPF surface every 10 to 15 years can help prolong the lifespan of the roof and ensure continued performance.

Yes, SPF roofing is considered environmentally friendly for several reasons. Firstly, SPF roofing systems offer high insulation value, which can reduce the demand for heating and cooling, leading to lower energy consumption and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. Additionally, SPF roofs are durable and long-lasting, minimizing the need for frequent replacement and reducing waste sent to landfills. Many SPF formulations also contain environmentally friendly blowing agents and have low volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions.

While the initial installation cost of SPF roofing may be higher compared to some traditional roofing materials, such as EPDM or TPO, it offers significant long-term cost savings. SPF roofing provides seamless, monolithic coverage that eliminates seams and joints where leaks commonly occur, reducing the likelihood of costly repairs. Additionally, the energy-saving benefits of SPF roofing can lead to lower utility bills over the lifespan of the roof, making it a cost-effective choice for commercial properties.

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