Spray Foam Roofing Solutions for Commercial Roofs

Revitalize Your Flat or Low-Slope Commercial Roof

Is your flat or low-slope roof leaking? Are you worried about weak spots or damage from a recent storm? Have you thought about replacing your roof, but dread the downtime and expense?

What if you could restore your aging roof AND save money on your energy bills at the same time?

At CD Beiler Commercial Roofing, we can completely restore your aging roof with our spray foam polyurethane roofing system. Designed for flat and low-slope roofs, the SPF roofing system goes right over your existing roof, providing lightweight, waterproof protection as well as additional spray foam insulation.

That means no leaks, no costly tear-off, no downtime, and significant energy savings over the life of your roof.

Based in Lancaster County, PA, CD Beiler Commercial Roofing is a local, certified Conklin commercial roofing contractor providing professional, spray foam installation throughout Lancaster, Reading, Harrisburg, York, Carlisle, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and the surrounding area.

Benefits of Spray Polyurethane Foam Roof Coatings

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Stops Leaks

Seams, protrusions, and previous roof patching are the most vulnerable areas on your flat or low-slope roof. Spray polyurethane foam combats these weaknesses, penetrating every inch of your roof to provide a waterproof seal that stops leaks and prevents further damage.

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Reduces Energy Costs

Because it is applied in multiple layers, spray foam roofing systems offer exceptional insulation for your building from the top down. That means less heat escapes through your roof in the winter, saving on your heating bills. The white, reflective top coat also reflects UV rays and excess heat during the summer months, keeping your roof up to 80 degrees cooler. That means significant savings on your cooling costs as well.

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Superior Protection

CD Beiler Commercial Roofing provides professional spray foam roofing installation using proven coating systems from Conklin Roofing Systems, a leader in the commercial roofing industry since 1977. The seamless protection of this closed-cell system offers superior, leak-proof performance in all weather conditions, including high winds and hail.

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Get Local Service You Can Trust

CD Beiler Commercial Roofing is a locally owned and operated commercial spray foam roofing contractor based in Lancaster County, PA. We’re here to answer your questions and help you decide on the right roofing system for your needs. Plus, we back all of our services with a 2-year workmanship warranty in addition to the warranty provided by Conklin Roofing Systems.

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Prevent Future Roof Tear-Offs

There is no set end of life expectancy for spray foam polyurethane roofing. We generally recommend that spray foam roofs should be pressure-washed and sprayed with an additional top coat every 15 to 20 years. However, advanced testing has shown very little deterioration or change in the physical appearance of spray foam roofing materials over a 30-year period.

Spray Foam Polyurethane Roof Installation Process

In order to get the best performance from spray roofing systems, it’s important to work with a properly trained roofing contractor who has been certified in Conklin roof coating products. Our team will spend the majority of our time properly preparing your roof before applying the final coating.

To ensure maximum leak protection, we apply your new SPF roofing system in three applications.

Step 1:

The first application is sprayed on up to 1″ thick, to penetrate every corner of your roof. This initial layer also provides excellent insulation to protect your building from excess heat.

Step 2:

The next step is a coat of Benchmark acrylic latex that provides even more protection.

Step 3:

The last coat is Conklin’s Puma XL cover that creates a multi-layer, closed-cell roofing system that improves the structure of your roof while providing complete waterproofing.

Think the spray foam polyurethane roofing system sounds perfect for your building?