A foam roofing system can be an effective option for almost any type of structure. Whether you are looking at roofing options for your home or business, there can be benefits from choosing to use spray foam systems for this part of the exterior of the building.
What Are The Benefits Of Installing A Spray Foam Roofing System?
One of the more common problems that can be a drag on the performance of a roof as well as potentially shorten its lifespan can be small gaps or other openings in it. This can be a serious problem as it can allow moisture under the roof or drafts to form that may reduce the energy efficiency of the entire building. A spray foam roofing system that has been properly installed will avoid this issue as it will be a single layer of foam. This will eliminate the potential for gaps to form.
Is It Dangerous To Install Spray Foam Roofing?
Spray foam roofing systems can be installed relatively quickly. However, those that are responsible for installing the roofing will need to wear protective gear. This will minimize the risk of them inhaling particles of the spray foam when it is being applied or having some of these substances get in their eyes. As a result of this potential risk, individuals should always hire a professional foam roofing system installation contractor for this work. These professionals will have the protective gear that is needed to avoid this type of exposure as well as spray foam systems that can minimize the amount of aerosol that is generated by this work without impairing the application of the spray foam roofing.
Will It Be Hard To Repair The Spray Foam Roofing If It Suffers Damage In The Future?
At some point, the spray foam system will suffer some type of damage that will have to be repaired. This can be a major problem that will need immediate repairs if the roof is to remain protected. Often, these damages will be in the form of deep punctures that result from storm debris striking the roof. If you notice that a section of the roof has been punctured, it should be inspected to determine whether the puncture has completely penetrated the roofing material and so that the puncture can be filled with a foam patch. Luckily, these repairs can be completed quickly due to the fact that the contractor will be able to avoid the need to remove a large number of adjacent shingles or other roof coverings in order to repair the damage.