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Roofing Inspection

Trust but Verify: A Briefing on Spray Foam Insulation and Roofing Inspection Criteria

Roofing Inspection

Spray polyurethane foam insulation and roofing systems are on the cutting edge of modern construction, and with that distinction comes the fact that proper installation requires extensive skill and experience on behalf of an SPF installer. In the case that a spray foam application isn’t properly installed, any sealing and insulating benefits the application might have otherwise conferred on a structure can be severely limited or negated entirely.

With that in mind, it’s crucial to audit SPF applications to verify both the quality of the system and the aptitude of the applicator. Specifically focusing on that initiative, two breakout sessions at the 2013 SPFA Convention & Expo outlined the guidelines for inspecting insulation and roofing applications, with the former breakout session being led by Mason Knowles of Mason Knowles Consulting LLC and the latter being led by Phil Robarge of AMEC E&I, Inc.

Link to Article: Trust but Verify: A Briefing on Spray Foam Insulation and Roofing Inspection Criteria.

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