What is Spray Foam?
Spray Polyurethane Foam is an alternative to traditional roofing and insulation such as single-ply membrane or fiberglass insulation. SPF is a plural component mixture composed of Isocyanate and Resin that when mixed, at the tip of a spray gun under heat and pressure, forms an expanding foam that is sprayed onto roofs, concrete slabs, into wall cavities, or on to any application or substrate forming a dense, waterproof membrane.
Polyurethane is the most common type of spray foam insulation and was developed and used by the military in the 1940s. It wasn't until the 1960s that SPF began to creep its way into the commercial insulation and roofing market.
Spray Polyurethane foam can be used in an unlimited capacity to provide insulation and waterproofing to almost any substrate. The liquid applied application means that traditionally difficult to insulate areas and unique waterproofing locations are easily sealed by the expanding liquid to form a seamless barrier where traditional systems cannot be effectively applied.
Benefits of Spray
Highest insulating material on the commercial market
Lowest permeability (moisture vapor transmission) of any insulation material
Stops air and moisture infiltration
Makes your structure more comfortable
Drastically reduces heating and cooling costs
Adds structural strength your building
Keeps dust and pollen out
Reduces capacity requirements, maintenance and wear of HVAC equipment
Can seal traditionally difficult applications