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Commercial Foam Roofing in Arizona

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Polyurethane foam has been used as a roofing material for almost 50 years. Made from a combination of isocyanat and polyol, the foam is mixed together in a sprayer and applied to the roof surface as a liquid. The foam then begins to bubble up and expand, reaching into and sealing all the cracks and crevices in the roof. The roofing installation team will then apply a durable outer layer (Elastomeric Coating) to protect the foam from the elements.


A home’s roof is one of its most vital structures. This covering is all that stands between the dwelling’s residents and potentially adverse conditions, such as, extreme temperatures and numerous untoward environmental elements, like wind, rain, snow and ice. Therefore, choosing the materials designed to comprise this exterior component could make the difference between a long lasting feature or one that is frequently in need of roof repair.

In recent times, foam has gained popularity as a suitable and durable roofing material. Our team of roofing contractors invites prospective customers to read this short blog discussing the importance of roof maintenance and the benefits of installing foam roofing.

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One of the biggest foam roofing benefits is the energy savings. Since the polyurethane material is a highly effective thermal insulator, it can drastically improve air conditioner efficiency in your home. A foam roof can cut your cooling costs by up to 30%. Add that up over the lifespan of your home, and you’re looking at major energy savings!

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In terms of upfront costs, foam roofing can be more expensive than shingles, but may be on-par with tile roofing. However, because of the added energy-efficiency, foam roofs can pay for themselves in about 5 years or so.

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When you need roofing repair for a tile or shingle roof, you may be looking at a major expense. However, repairs are relatively easy to make to a foam roof: in most cases, a roofer will just need to add more foam to re-coat the foam underlayer. This can also help reduce your long-term costs.


Installing strong roofing materials is critical to the well being of a home and its residents for several reasons, including:


An old or failing roof can precipitate problems, like water leaks, which could weaken or damage interior structures, including ceilings and walls.

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A home with a visibly damaged roof decreases a home's aesthetic value, diminish its monetary value and could render selling it more challenging.

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Over time, water damage caused by roof leaks could foster the growth of potentially dangerous substances, such as, mildew and mold. Over time, these materials can yield a variety of health problems.

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Damaged roofs often allow increased amounts of air to enter the home's interior. This occurrence may lead to elevated heating and air conditioning bills.


Spray Polyurethane Foam, sometimes abbreviated as SPF, is a material made from various chemicals mixed together and is applied through a spraying apparatus. The chemicals are first funneled through highly pressurized, warmed hoses and mixed upon entering the spray device.


Installing strong roofing materials is critical to the well being of a home and its residents for several reasons, including:

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Polyurethane is capable of withstanding numerous temperature and weather extremes. The product has been tested and can remain intact during conditions, such as, hurricane force winds, exceedingly high or low temperatures and during any number of severe weather events.

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SPF roofs are contain highly rated flame and smoke resistant properties. Therefore, said material is not likely to catch fire or may contain flames spreading from other locations.

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SPF products have been given some of the highest R-ratings of any roofing materials. R-ratings describe a product's effectiveness insulating the materials it covers. Homeowners with SPF roofs often witness discernible decreases in energy costs.


Every roof, regardless of the climate the home is exposed to, will experience varying degrees of moisture. SPF possesses an inane ability to guard against excessive moisture accumulation. Said attribute often limits damages and potentially expensive interior home and exterior roofing repairs.

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Polyurethane products do not require extensive cleaning or maintenance. Typically, periodic broom sweepings are the only cleaning method a homeowner need employ.

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SPF roofs are easy to install. Therefore roofing contractors do not need to invest in significant manpower or labor time. The end result are lower costs for the homeowner.


Looking for a roofing material that is both renewable and sustainable? Look no further than foam roofing! This material is made from polyurethane, a type of plastic that can be manufactured from materials like soybeans or castor oil. Not only is this roofing material environmentally friendly, it is also seamless and waterproof. Maintenance is easy, too – a simple rinse with a hose will keep your foam roof looking great for years to come. Plus, because foam roofing retains heat well, it can help keep your home warmer in the winter months.

If you’re looking for a roof that is both sustainable and easy to maintain, foam roofing with Caliber Roofing and Solar Services could be the perfect choice for you. This product consists of polyurethane foam and elastomeric coating, which work together to create a water-resistant membrane that protects your roof against rain, water, and sun. Plus, the seamless layer of foam is easy to apply and can help protect your home against moisture damage.

Two liquids are mixed together to form the foam, then it is sprayed onto the surface of the roof in an even coat. It then expands to over 20 times its size to create a layer of weatherproof, insulating foam.

When you choose Caliber Roofing and Solar Services, you’re getting a foam roof that is safe to walk on. Our roofs have a density of 2.5-3.2 pounds per cubic foot, which makes them incredibly strong and durable. Plus, our roofs are closed-cell, so they won’t absorb water or let it through to the underlying structure.

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