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Dura-Foam Roofing Projects in San Jose
Green balloons indicate Dura-Foam roof installations since 1981. This map displays projects in San Jose and surrounding areas.
San Jose foam roof installations since 1981.
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San Jose is known for its clear sunny skies and also for its flat and low slope roofs on homes and businesses. Eichler style homes have flat and low slope roof styles that work well with Dura-Foam Solar Center’s foam roof system. Offices, malls, schools, churches, and warehouses are some of the popular commercial structures that have received Dura-Foam roof systems. Often these flat and low slope roof structures have little or no insulation. Adding a spray polyurethane foam roof has proven to save 25% to 50% on heating and cooling expenses on these types of structures.
With a foam roof in place, San Jose flat and low slope roof structures are ready to receive solar power systems installed by our solar division, Solar Center. We analyze energy consumption for each property and design the most efficient and attractive system for the property. Solar electric and solar thermal systems are best to install over foam roofing because it is the only renewable roof system. Other roof systems are composed of sheet-applied membranes that have to be torn-off periodically requiring temporary panel removal. On the contrary, our foam roof systems are renewed every 20 years by adding a coating layer and no tear-off of roof material is required.
San Jose jobs have consisted of replacement of tar and gravel, hot mop, modified bitumen, cap sheet, EPDM, single ply, torch-down, composition, cap sheet, built-up roofing (BUR), and other sheet-applied flat and low slope roof membrane systems with our foam roof systems since 1981.