SPF, Energy, and the Environment
Sprayed-in-place polyurethane foam (SPF) is a viable roof system that has been used for decades. Here, the pros and cons – broken down by different roofing characteristics – are outlined so you can make a better decision about SPF and whether it will work for your buildings.
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Today’s roofs serve a greater purpose than simply sheltering a building’s occupants, thanks to advances in product technology.
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