|Foam Roofing System with 100% Acrylic White Reflective Coating over a concrete deck.|
|Foam Roofing System over an existing BUR membrane. Note the fat "cant" created around the penetration due to lack of goose-neck vent flashing normally incorporated.|
|Foam Roofing over existing BUR membrane. Note SPF was used to completely seal the existing deck drains when replacement was not an option.|
|Foam Roofing is "self-flashing" and completely eliminates standing water around a penetration when installed correctly.|
|Foam Roof System over existing R-Panel Metal Roof. Notice the profile of the existing system is still visable even with 1.0" of sprayfoam installed.|
|Foam Roofing System over exisitng standing seam metal. Notice the profile of the existing roof system is still visable even with 3.0" of Spray Foam installed.|
|Spray Foam Closed-Cell Insulation installed inside a quonset style metal building, reduced movement, stopped air and moisture vapor transmission, and reduced exterior noise levels while seamlessly insulating the entire structure.|
|"The application of sprayed foam to steel deck and plywood deck demonstrated uplift load resistance up to the capacity of the test equipment to develop load (160-165 psf) without any sign of delamination or other damage to the foam."
--Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.