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First, the roof surface is prepared for the foam roof installation. Foam roofing systems do not rely on the old roof membranes for waterproofing. When necessary, old roof membranes are torn-off. However, after a thorough preparation, existing roof membranes usually serve as excellent substrates for new foam roof systems. Re-purposing the old roof membrane as a substrate helps the environment by reducing landfill waste.
This tar and gravel roof is ready for step 1, roof preparation.
The tar and gravel roof above is a good candidate for a foam roof system. Before the foam roof system is applied several steps are taken including the following:
Your current tar and gravel (built-up roof), single ply, torch-down, or similar roof system will make an excellent substrate for a new foam roof system. Flat and low slope roofs of varying pitches make ideal candidates for foam roofing. Generally, foam roofs are not too steep to walk on or have a maximum pitch of 4″/12″.