It’s no surprise that your roof is the one part of your building that takes the brunt of Mother Nature’s force, from inclement weather like rain and snow to constant exposure to sunlight and wildlife. This is why it is so important to protect your roof. Foam roofing—also known as spray polyurethane foam roofing (SPF)—was designed to do just that: protect and insulate your roof.
It’s long been established that dark-colored roofs contribute to the “urban heat island effect,” which causes cities to become far warmer than outlying areas due to heat absorption. This sounds like a high-level concept, but the principle is simple. On a hot day, when you wear a dark-colored shirt, you’ll often feel hotter.
HOW DID YOUR ROOF HANDLE THE WINTER WEATHER AND WET SPRING?
Warmer weather is finally here to stay and that means you will likely be heading outside to finish planting your garden, tending your lawn and landscaping, and of course grilling and enjoying more outdoor family fun. It’s also the perfect time to check the condition of your roof to make sure everything is ok.