Making the case for the SPF roof

From JAC, March/April 2007

The well established roofing system referred to here is spray polyurethane foam or SPF, which is applied to roof decks in a liquid form, expands and cures quickly to form a thick, seamless, waterproof, plastic-like roof, and typically is covered with a protective membrane, usually a liquid-applied coating....
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Tagged categories: Building envelope; Cool roof coatings; Energy efficiency; Insulation; Roof coatings; Spray polyurethane foam

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