If your commercial building needs a new roof, now's the time to take care of that. Delaying your new roof can lead to serious problems for your commercial building, including wood rot, and mold. Those are the last things you want to deal with when you're running a business. However, you don't want to choose just any roofing material for your commercial business. You want a roof that's going to last you for years to come, through all types of weather. You want an industrial foam roofing system. If you're still not sure, here are three benefits a foam roof will provide you with.
Installation Won't Interrupt Your Work Schedule
When you run a business, it can be difficult to find the right time to schedule a roof replacement. Not only will you have the cost of your roof replacement, you'll also have to deal with the cost associated with business loss. It can be quite costly when you need to shut down operations for a roof replacement. One of the benefits of going with a foam roof, is that you won't have to shut down operations for the installation. The roofing crew will be able to apply the foam directly to your roof without interrupting business.
Adheres Easily to All Roof Structures
If you've got a roof with a lot of different surfaces and structures, it can be time-consuming and difficult to get the shingles to fit snugly. Unfortunately, that can lead to leaks that you shouldn't have. Not only that, but when the shingles don't fit snugly, which will leave it susceptible to damage caused by wind. Foam roofing will conform easily to all roof structures, including those hard-to-cover areas. The end result will be a roof that's completely protected against wind, rain, and snow damage.
Seamless Application Requires No Flashing
With most roof systems, there are multiple steps involved in the process. Part of the process includes the installation of metal flashing along the seams. The metal flashing seals the seams and prevents water from getting under the shingles. One of the benefits of a foam roof is that they're applied in one piece, which means there aren't any seams to deal with. Luckily, that means there's no need for metal flashing. The lack of flashing will mean that you won't have to deal with rusting or unwanted leaks.
Don't risk damage to your commercial building. If it's time for a new roof, talk to your roofing contractor about an application of industrial foam.