Spray Foam Roof Coating
Stop roof leaks and add decades to your roof with a spray foam roof coating. Save up to 50% over re-roofing there with no disruption to your customers or operations. What’s not to like?
Long Lasting Spray Foam Roof Repairs
Spray foam degrades quickly under the sun and must be coated immediately to maintain watertightness. Make it last longer by sealing it with a seamless, reflective roof coating.
When you restore your spray foam roof, you also help the environment by not committing used roofing materials into landfills.
Acrylic or Silicone?
Silicone coatings can be used on spray foam roofs with existing acrylic or silicone systems. Acrylics cannot be used to coat silicone. Either way you choose, we've got your SPF roof coating system.
EnergyGuard Acrylic Coating
A cost-effective roof repair solution for a variety of roofs that don't pond water but it is most commonly used for metal and spray foam roofs.
EnergyGuard Silicone Coating
Withstands permanent ponding water. Restore your aged built-up, modified bitumen, EPDM and spray foam roof.
Frequently Asked Questions
For spray foam roofs with an acrylic coating, you can use either product. For silicone coated roofs, your only option would be silicone.
Service life varies with environment and type of coating. Warm, humid and corrosive environments may necessitate an earlier recoat.
When the existing existing has started to wear out or when bare foam is visible. Consider re-coating every 10 years. Recoats can cost less since the contractor is just spraying another layer and not doing any of the usual prep.