Spray foam roofing
Spray foam roofing is a watertight roofing system that is made up of three parts:
- Spray polyurethane foam
- Silicone coating
The foam increases in size by 30x, reaching a height of around 1.5 inches. The height of spray foam is customized to every roofing system to create a slope for water to run towards drains.
Spray foam by itself gets damaged by UV rays from the sun so it is protected by a thin layer of silicone.
Flat Roof A flat roof is a roof that is completely, or almost level. However, whilst they are described as ‘flat’ almost all flat roofs are actually laid to a fall to ensure that rainwater can run off to the lower side. Flat roofs are one of the most common types of installations and can be utilized on both commercial and residential projects.
Composite roofing shingles
Composite roofing shingles are made of a mixture of several commonly used roofing materials such as fiberglass, recycled paper products and asphalt. Composite shingles are fire resistant and don’t have problems with moisture.
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