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Protective Coatings for SPF Roofs
SPF requires protection from the sun's ultra-violet radiation, moisture and foot traffic. This coating helps to protect and seal the foam from any damage from these or other elements.

Once the SPF has been applied to the proper thickness and finish specifications, a protective layer of elastomeric coating, or gravel is applied. This protective layer produces a durable weather resistant surface and that can be walked on for normal maintenance.

In time, these coatings will require maintenance, or replacement, but just like paint on your house, they can be removed and re-applied to keep your SPF roof system in peak performance for decades.

An SPF roof, like most other systems, will expand and contract during different climate conditions. It is very important that the protective coating is able to expand and contract with the SPF or serious damage can result in the form of cracks or delamination. This physical characteristic is called elongation and is something your materials suppliers can help you with to properly match the SPF and coating system to roof system and climate.

The protective coatings that Poly Foam offer are:


We offer several lines of Acrylic Coatings which can be used for Spray Polyurethane Foam, for metal restoration and various substrates.  Colors Available – White, Gray, Dark Gray, Tan, and Sante Fe Tan

Silcone Coating is a single component moisture-cure elastomeric coating for use over Spray Polyurethane Foam and various substrates.

Polyurethane Coating is a single component moisture-cure urethane that is illuminated and developed for Spray Polyurethane Foam and various substrates.

Butyl Coating is a single component, solvent-based, moisture-cure elastomeric vapor retarder coating.