Washington Roofing & Insulation, Inc. use VFI Silicone and Spray Foam
Over the last 30 years, Cottey College has worked with Washington Roofing & Insulation on several roofing projects across campus. For this project, they were looking to repair the roof over the college’s gym and pool area.
The roof was originally completed with a spray polyurethane foam and silicone top coat. The roof had become worn over time and the customer was looking at restoration options. They also wanted to incorporate large solar panels. Washington knew it would be important to use a quality spray polyurethane foam and silicone system to make the roof as smooth as possible.
Washington Roofing specializes in spray polyurethane foam and elastomeric coating applications and have completed millions of square feet of roofing and waterproofing projects in their 30 plus years of experience.
Washington Roofing & Insulation has had a strong relationship with VFI representative, Adam Scheafbauer for years. They chose to use VFI-727 Polyurethane Spray Foam and SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE due to the longevity of these products.
The process included removing about 1-1.5 inches of old foam and replacing it with VFI-727 Polyurethane Spray Foam.
1. Power wash roof area
2. Scarify roof area
3. Apply 2.5 gallons per 100 square feet of SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE coating
4. Apply .5 gallons per 100 square feet of SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE with broadcasted granules