Cover and seal your leaky roof with zero downtime to your business.

How does spray foam re-roofing work?

When roofs start to leak, most business owners and landlords typically first consider repairing or replacing the roof. With spray foam re-roofing, you don’t have to worry about tearing apart or replacing your existing roof. It’s the easiest, simplest, most affordable way to fix the roof long-term. Spray foam typically costs half the amount it would cost to replace the roof entirely. Spray foam penetrates into every hole, crevice, and gap, creating a lasting seal for your existing roof. No matter what your roof is currently made of – metal, TPO, tar, asphalt – spray foam will seal it.

Plus, there’s no downtime to your business. We clean, spray, and then coat the existing roof without ripping anything apart. Business continues as usual while we work up above.

Once the spray foam re-roof is complete, you’ll notice an immediate boost to your insulation. Spray foam is airtight and helps with thermal gain. This extra layer of insulation on your building will help your HVAC system work more efficiently, keeping your space consistently warm or cool as needed throughout the year.

Our Three Day Process

Day One

On the first day, we thoroughly clean and pressure wash the existing roof. It’s vital to get the roof ready for the actual spray foam process. Ensuring the roof is free of debris allows the spray foam to seal the roof properly and provide long-lasting protection.

Day Two

Once the roof is clean and dry, it’s ready for the actual spray foam. On the second day, our licensed professionals suit up to protect themselves while spraying. (The polyurethane used is no longer toxic once it starts to cure within a few hours.) They then thoroughly coat the entire surface of your roof with self-sealing, self-lashing, watertight spray foam.

Day Three

At this point, the roof is fully protected with dried and cured spray foam. We take it a step further to protect the spray foam layer itself. We spend this final day carefully coating the spray foam with a layer of polymer-based paint. This paint protects the spray foam from UV damage to prolong its lifespan.