Spray Foam Roofing

Step 1: Roof Preparation

Thoroughly clean existing roof or new roof deck of all debris
Install vents, skylight curbs, etc. where applicable
Installing new metal flashing to perimeter edges
Cut existing roofing material back from roof drain or scupper areas

Step 2: Crickets Can be installed to Increase Slope for proper water drainage

Crickets are used to elevate dead or low areas where water settles in order to increase slope. Slope increases the ability for positive drainage
One of the most common problems on a flat roof is “Ponding” water
We can fill these ponds with foam prior to spraying the entire roof with foam
This eliminates $costly$ tear-offs and roof deck replacements

Step 3: Urethane Foam Application

Seamless, monolithic application
Bonds and adheres to all existing roof surfaces
Eliminates the need for costly tear-offs

Step 4: Protective Coating

Urethane foam is coated with a protective coating to reflect harmful U.V. Rays. The most common system uses an acrylic elastomeric protective coating that is sprayed over the new foam

Completed urethane roofing system with white coating and white granules. This is known as our Energy-Star system

Step 5 (Final Step): Coating and Granules

Granules are embedded in the final coat to make a tough non-skid surface
Granules also provide a U.V. barrier for the coating which results in longer lasting coating

The SEAMLESS Approach
Imagine 8 ACRES with over 1,000 penetrations all integrated to create a roofing system that does not have one seam in the entire roof!
Nor-Cal Distribution Center West Sacramento (pictured above)
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