Roof Spray Foam Insulation and Sealant

Building Energy Experts using a two component, closed-cell, polyurethane foam system, designed for spray applications. This foam system offers high compressi...

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Comment by Stephen Driver on May 25, 2017 at 3:06am

This is fast becoming a very popular way for saving money on asbestos encapsulation of roof in Ireland. We use closed cell spray foam insulation on the underside of the roof and a sprayed polyurea coating on the roof. We are always looking for new techniques to help encapsulate asbestos. Good work. 

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