Spray Foam Insulation & Roofing Magazine’s Latest Issue is Now Available
The March/April 2013 Issue takes readers ‘behind the foam.’
JUPITER, FL–March 13, 2013–Spray Foam Insulation & Roofing Magazine (SFIRM) is proud to announce that the March/April 2013 Issue has just been published and is currently live on the magazine’s globally accessible web and mobile app platforms. The latest edition of SFIRM takes a look “behind the foam” in the form of in-depth guides and how-to articles.
Highlights from the March/April 2013 Issue
Low-pressure foam and its many uses
Inspecting SPF roofing and insulation applications
An overview of fire testing for coatings
Spray gun maintenance, step by step
Tips for flushing heated hoses
An SPF roofing project at a wastewater treatment plant
The basics of lead generation
SFIRM has seen rapid growth in recent weeks, reaching an exact readership of 26,956 as of writing, which stands as a 17.2% increase from the previous issue’s tally. The magazine has also extended its reach to 135 countries to date.
“We saw a sizable jump in readership since the last issue, due in part to the attention surrounding our publication’s print presence at the 2013 SPFA show,” said Ryan Spencer, Editor-in-Chief. “The response to the magazine has been overwhelmingly positive, and it’s really apparent with these new stats.”
In addition to its web platform, SFIRM has continued to gain popularity with mobile readers, being available as an iPhone, Android, and Kindle Fire app. Several updates have been implemented on SFIRM’s support site, SprayFoamMagazine.com, including a library of hosted articles, a revised media kit, and a section of the website where users can submit projects to be considered for future profile articles, all through a convenient form.
About Spray Foam Insulation & Roofing Magazine: Spray Foam Insulation & Roofing Magazine is targeted to a global audience of building construction professionals and energy-conscious readers. It is distributed bi-monthly to applicators, manufacturers, distributors, specifiers, general contractors, architects, engineers, and managers in both the public and private sectors. For more information, or free instant access, please use the links provided below.