TOPCOATING & SPF
"Spray foam insulation roof systems are a cost-effective way to install a fully warrantable roof system over an existing roof that has failed over time without the costly expense of tearing off the old roof." -Randy Dorenbos, Owner/MD Roofing & Solar
Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) is a superior commercial roofing material that offers unparalleled longevity and performance. As an insulator, waterproofer, and energy efficient solution, spray foam roofing systems are hard to beat. In addition to its impressive qualities, SPF also requires the application of a top coating for UV protection.
Topcoating is a process that involves applying a silicone or acrylic coating to the SPF roofing system in order to provide the necessary level of protection against ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun. Topcoating gives SPF roofs an enhanced level of durability and helps to extend their lifespan.
When properly applied, the top coating should be seamless and uniform across the entire roof surface. This will ensure that no area is left unprotected from UV rays which can cause damage to the SPF over time. Additionally, topcoating helps to reduce energy costs as it increases the overall heat reflectivity of your roofing system.
Overall, topcoating is a necessary step in the installation and maintenance of any SPF roofing system. It helps to increase durability, reflectivity, and lifespan – all contributing to a more cost-effective roofing solution. With proper care and maintenance, your SPF roof can provide protection for years to come. Contact MD Roofing, your local roofing professionals, to learn more about how topcoating can help protect your SPF roof today.