Why Choose Spray Foam For Your Roof?
Colonial Green Products’ spray foam roofing offers residential, commercial, and industrial buildings highly efficient green insulation.
Our trained, certified technicians utilize the latest tools and techniques to deliver the most effective and efficient roof insulation possible. Whether you’re looking for an upgrade, maintenance, or new construction, spray foam roofing is well worth your consideration.
The benefits of spray foam insulation include reduced energy bills, cleaner & healthier home environment, improved home value, peace & quite, more consistent climates, and more.
Our spray insulation can be applied in many ways including new residential construction, existing homes and remodel, commercial buildings, agricultural and industrial buildings, cooling/freezing storage facilities, storage tanks, warehouses, roofs, storage tanks, large and small metal sheds, and more.
Reduce Your Energy Bills
Colonial Green Product’s spray foam’s air sealing qualities combined with it’s high R-values of up to 6.9 per inch make it the most effective insulation on the market and can save you up to 50% or more on your utility bills.
Unlike fiberglass batts, which do not stop air leakage, our spray foam insulation is an air barrier which offers zero air leakage and is classified as an Air Barrier.
The air barrier aspects of our spray foam alone can account for a 40% energy savings given a full envelope encapsulation with our spray foam. This savings coupled with the ability to downsize HVAC units by an average of 40% concludes a total energy saving greater than 50% in many applications.
Our expert spray foam insulation services save you money through greater energy efficiency and improve their home experience.
Seals Cracks & Crevices
Because of the way spray foam insulation expands, it’s particularly effective in sealing up the small gaps and crevices which form with other insulation installations. This means minimal drafts and energy waste.
Spray Foam Adheres Well
Spray foam insulation sticks well in a way other forms of insulation do not, making it ideal for insulation in a roof. Similarly, effective insulation materials can attach loosely, falling free or forming gaps which undermine the integrity of the insulation.
Reduces Moisture & Mold
Spray foam insulation doesn’t absorb moisture, sealing it out thoroughly. This means you don’t have to worry nearly as much about mold and other problems of moisture, so long as the spray foam roofing has been properly installed.
Improves Air Quality
Fiberglass insulation, the primary competitor of spray foam roofing, results in free-floating fiberglass particles in many cases. This is both hazardous to your health and hazardous to the environment. With spray foam insulation, you don’t have this problem.
Keep Pests Out
There are a few ways spray foam helps with minimizing pest invasions, which tie back to the other advantages. Moisture, mold, and open crevices all give incentive and opportunity to insects and other pests to enter via your roof. By eliminating these with spray foam roofing, you greatly minimize your risk for pests in your roof and attic.
Colonial GREEN Products
Our products and services enable homes and buildings to be heated and cooled with the least possible consumption of natural resources reducing the carbon footprint of your home by 30% or more.
What Is Spray Foam Roofing?
Spray foam insulation is a modern form of insulation composed of chemicals and resin which, when sprayed, forms a foam which expands and hardens to form an insulating seal. Because of the way it foams and expands, it’s exceptional at providing consistent, thorough coverage in a variety of applications. There are quite a few benefits to choosing spray foam insulation for the roofing on your project. Unlike some green products, those benefits extend far beyond simple environmental care.
How Is Spray Foam Roofing Installed?
Your spray foam roofing insulation installation begins with an assessment of the roof: its slope, the materials, and any special considerations such as weight and structural support. This is to make sure the process goes smoothly without incident. There are quite a few options for the exact mixture used, depending on conditions and requirements. Professional installation of spray foam roofing typically involves an on-site mixture of two component chemicals to produce the most effective final product.