1. Surface Preparation-Vacuuming: Gravel roofs are vacuumed and power-broomed.  Roofs without gravel are cleaned and prepared for foam.
  2. Surface Preparation-Scarfing: Existing foam roofs can be scarified before the foam is applied.
  3. Surface Preparation-Tear Off: Existing roofs that have moisture underneath the surface may be torn off before the foam is applied.
  4. Foam Application: The closed-cell spray polyurethane foam is applied over the existing roof.
  5. After Foam Application: Foam is sprayed over prepared roof, then acrylic base coat is applied over the foam.
  6. Final Step: White, highly reflective acrylic top coat is applied over the base coat.

Benefits of the Foam Roofing System

  • Stops Leaks
  • Saves Energy & Money
  • 12-18 Year, Non-prorated Warranty
  • Less Expensive Than Replacement
  • Extends Roof Life
  • Stops Air Infiltration
  • Seamless
  • Has a Class 4 Hail Rating


  1. Closed cell foam (any leakage remains localized)
    1. R-7 per inch (insulated for year-round energy efficiency)
    2. No seams to leak
    3. No fasteners (lack of thermal shorts)
    4. Tough surface withstands light foot traffic
    5. Sustainable – can be recoated, for years of extended life
    6. Easily repaired if damaged
  2. Acrylic base coat
  3. White, highly reflective acrylic top coat.  These Energy Star rated coatings reflect away as much as 85% fo the sun’s UV rays, paying big dividends in energy savings along with the added insulation value of the foam.