ELASTOSPRAY®

ELASTOSPRAY® Polyurethane Foam Roofing Systems
Elastospray The lowest lifecycle cost roof


Imagine a roof that makes the whole building better. One that provides 20 years or more of leak-free service with almost no maintenance. One that can stand up to the worst Mother Nature can throw at it.


A sustainable roof that offers both the lowest lifecycle cost and a low environmental impact.


ELASTOSPRAY® high performance polyurethane foam roofing systems:

  • Apply directly to existing substrate in 95% of retrofit applications, eliminating tear-off costs and material sent to landfill
  • Offer industry-leading wind uplift and severe hail resistance
  • Are seamless, fully-adhered and self-flashing
  • Provide superior insulation performance
  • Require no fasteners for quicker installation and the elimination of thermal bridging
  • Are renewable with simple recoating

Compare ELASTOSPRAY® with traditional systems


ELASTOSPRAY® Built-Up Single-Ply
Sustainability

High – no tear off, renewable, low waste

Medium – major construction, tear-off required

Low – non-renewable, tear-off required

Energy Efficiency

High – reflective, reduced urban heat island, highest insulation R-value, no thermal bridging

Low – non-reflective, elevated rooftop temperatures, lower insulation R-value, thermal bridging through fasteners

Low – elevated rooftop temperatures, lower insulation R-value, thermal bridging through fasteners

Seamless Construction

100% – water cannot migrate through closed-cell foam

Joints and seams allow water migration, leaks hard to locate

Joints and seams allow water migration, leaks hard to locate

Fully-Adhered

100% – monolithic, highest wind uplift resistance, no thermal bridging

Numerous fasteners required, aggregate becomes projectiles in high winds

Numerous fasteners required

Ease of Installation

High – no tear-off required, conforms to irregular shapes, low labor cost

Low – major construction, tear-off required, irregular shapes difficult

Low – flashings difficult, numerous fasteners add labor cost

Long Service Life

High – 20 to 30 years

High – 20 years

Medium – 10+ years

Maintenance

Minimal – renewable with simple recoats

Costly and frequent – major reconstruction, leaks difficult to locate and repair

Non-Renewable – must be torn off at end of lifecycle, difficult to inspect and repair

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