commercial-const-1Polyurethane foam and polyurea are great in all types of construction and there’s one to fit your specific need.

There is no better home insulation material than polyurethane foam. It provides a cleaner environment, reduces noise and produce superior energy savings. Because it expands from a liquid, it fills cracks, voids, crevices and cavities to provide a climate-controlled building. It also reduces the chance of mold and mildew, and lowers utility cost.

Spray foam roofing has many benefits to building owners. It has waterproofing/leak prevention and insulation value. Foam is lightweight, has superior compressive strength, durable and long lasting.

Another benefit is fire protection that can extend the time fire takes to burn through a home or building which allows the occupants more time to escape during the blaze. Polyurethane foam adhesives are used in many construction sites from roofing to manufactured homes to hurricane damage mitigation.

Polyurethane foam — depending on the need — can serve as an excellent insulation medium or enhance the structural integrity of the finished product. The list of applications are too numerous to mention and new applications are added daily.

Aluminized elastomeric polyurea is used as a roof coating over metal, polyurethane foam, and even concrete. It replaces and repairs failed sheet membrane liners in steel tanks, silo and pipes.


commercial-constr-2SPI polyurea not only preserved the concrete, but reduces maintenance costs because it’s easily cleaned by pressure washing.

Polyurea is a multi-purpose joint fill, caulking and sealant material. It forms a flexible, durable, weather-tight and traffic-resistant seal for building joints, expansion joints and control joints in masonry floors, perimeter joints, panels and doors, water reservoirs, etc.

It has excellent crack-bridging properties with high elongation and tensile strength. The fast cure time and insensitivity to moisture allows for a quicker installation with a wider application window.

Polyurea coatings provide a watertight seal against moisture for building foundations, roofs, and joints. The coating is a seamless sub-slab or sub-grade water barrier.

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