Foam Roofing

Dura-Foam Roofing will provide a lifetime of leak-proof performance and energy savings. Foam roofing will replace flat and low slope roof systems such as tar and gravel, built-up roofing (BUR), single ply, torch-down, and modified bitumen. The quality of a foam roof project is 100% dependent on your roofing contractor. Your top priority will be selecting a roofing contractor that has installed and maintained thousands of leak-free foam roofing projects over the last three decades.

Dura-Foam foam roofing

Foam Roofing: protect, insulate, and seal against leaks.


Applying a recoat involves cleaning the existing foam roof surface and applying a layer of acrylic-based elastomeric coating. This protective coating layer will extend the life of your foam roof system. To get the maximum value, your foam roof system should get its first recoat at five years, then additional recoats should be applied once every 20 years. By recoating, you benefit from long term savings by never having to reroof again! A recoat costs less than 25% the cost of re-roofing.

Recoating: protect your roof from harmful UV rays and extend roof life.

Solar Power

Dura-Foam Solar Center will design, build, and guarantee your roof integrated solar power system. Get top quality engineering, management, and workmanship in a one-stop-shop.

Dura-Foam solar panels on flat roof

Solar Power: Generate energy from sunlight with electric solar panels.

Rooftop Remodels by the Dura-Foam Team

In addition to foam roofing and solar power, rooftop remodels often include upgrades to other building systems such as electrical circuits, plumbing, and HVAC. Given the growing complexity of these projects, Dura-Foam Roofing and Solar Center has taken the lead by providing a team of professionals who work together in every phase of the construction process to effectively tackle your rooftop remodel needs. Get quality results the first time, every time.