Sustainability Starts with Renewable Foam Roofing
Before thinking about generating renewable energy, you should first find ways to improve efficiency. The pages listed below will show you how to divert landfill waste, save energy, and care for the environment by installing the Dura-Foam Roof System.
The Green Impact of Foam Roofing
Cumulatively, Dura-Foam roof installations in the San Francisco Bay Area displace enough carbon in energy savings to take over 1200 passenger vehicles off of the road every year! During the energy crisis of the early 80s, the Dura-Foam founder and president, Randy Feriante, recognized the potential impact of foam roofing. Since its inception in 1981, Dura-Foam has exclusively installed foam roofing on every one of its flat and low slope roof projects. Alternatives to foam roofing often share the white appearance, but nothing lasts and saves like Dura-Foam.
Preserve your natural environment by installing a long-lasting, inert, and energy-efficient Dura-Foam Roof.
As with electric solar power systems, foam roofing also qualifies for various government-sponsored incentives. Qualify for both Cool Roof and insulation upgrade rebates. Contact us or your local energy provider to find out what rebates are currently being offered in your area and how to qualify. The United States Green Building Council (USGBC) actively promotes the use of Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) insulation through its LEED Certification program. LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. Use of SPF is a practical component towards qualifying for the highest LEED Platinum rating. LEED Accredited Professionals at Dura-Foam will lead you to achieve your “Green” objectives.