The foam sprayed on your roof works just as well for insulating your attic. Many roofing contractors will ignore the inside of the roof and only focus on the outside. We're entirely different from our competitors in that aspect. The insulation on the inside should be just as good as the insulation installed on the outside. The added thermal properties of spray foam have been proven to be worth the money spent. Reducing the chance of air leaking between your home and the outside world makes much difference in keeping your home temperate. You may be able to qualify for tax credits using spray foam for reducing your energy consumption and carbon footprint. Spray foam has a great "R" value and seals any gap that may not be covered by standard roofing mediums. Have allergies to pollen? Spray foam gives an added barrier of protection against the spread of pollen throughout your home. People suffering from allergies due to dust have reported less irritation after having a new foam roof installed.
Having a high "R" value on your home does come with a slightly higher upfront cost. The benefits recognized over the years following the installation in the form of lower electricity bills. Quite often in California, we see electric rates going up, but rarely come down. An added thermal barrier is a great way to fight back against the utility providers increasing electric rates. Choose a thermal barrier level according to how long you anticipate living in the home to get the most bang for your dollar. We'll help you through this process, every step of the way.
A few different areas we use spray foam:
Basements and crawl spaces
Most often, you'll notice spray foam used in commercial roofing applications, but some regions of the Temecula Valley that have a low slope or flat roof homes can use spray foam roofing systems to increase thermal efficiency and lower the demand for energy usage in the house.
Higher elevation homes will see an added benefit because the foam roofing system withstands high wind environments better than a lot of the shingle roofing systems on the market.
We highly recommend having a set maintenance schedule for taking care of this type of roofing system. A regular inspection and maintenance plan will keep your home sealed tight for the life of your home. By keeping up with a maintenance schedule, you'll only need to have the outer most layer re-sprayed every 4-6 years. Internal system structures will be left untouched with proper exterior foam barrier maintenance.
Foam spray roofing must be the proper system for your roof and the environment. Your building or home must be a flat roof or very low slope. There could be some minor delays in the installation of this system, because it is applied only on days where it is low humidity, not windy, and very dry. Temecula Valley does have periods of rain that could prevent the application of spray foam, but for the most part, we'll be on schedule as quoted. We guarantee against ponding after your roof spray applications are complete. It will take a few days to go over the roof to ensure a final quality product. The white color has an added benefit for reflecting the heat and radiation from the sun, and it's high "R" value means it will retain that cool AC temperature on the inside much longer.
When you first notice a leak in your home or building, do not waste any time in locating that leak. Save yourself tens of thousands in damage by finding the leak and preventing more rainwater from entering into the structure. Commercial Roofing Temecula will have the roofing system repaired adequately, and we will be sure to educate you on the type of repairs and maintenance for your home or business. Call us today (951) 395-8177