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Bi-Tec www.bi-tec.com Carlisle www.carlisle-syntec.com
Certainteed www.certainteed.com Duro-Last Roofing www.duro-last.com
Firestone www.firestonebpco.com Firestone www.firestonebpco.com
GAF www.gaf.com GAF www.gaf.com
 Johns Manville www.jm.com GenFlex www.genflex.com
Malarkey www.malarkey-rfg.com IB Roof Systems www.ibroof.com
MB Tech www.mbtechnology.com Johns Manville www.jm.com
PolyGlass www.polyglass.us Flex Roofing Systems  www.flexroofingsystems.com
Siplast www.siplast.com Soprema  www.soprema.us
Soprema www.soprema.us
Tamko www.tamko.com INSULATION
Atlas www.atlasroofing.com
Hunter www.hpanels.com
LOW-E www.lowereflectiveinsulation.com
METAL TILE
Alumi-Cover www.alumicover.com
Atas www.atas.com Eagle Roofing www.eagleroofing.com
Berridge www.berridge.com Gladding McBean www.gladdingmcbean.com
Duro-Shield www.duro-last.com Ludowici Roof Systems www.ludowici.com
Metal Era www.metalera.com MCA www.mca-tile.com
Metal Sales www.metalsales.us.com Monier/Lifetile www.monierlifetile.com
Rollfab www.rollfabmetal.com Redland Tile www.redlandclaytile.com
Tamko www.tamko.com US Tile www.ustile.com
Una-Clad www.unaclad.com

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COATINGS WATERPROOFING
Gaco Western www.gaco.com Pro-Seal www.prosealproducts.com
KM Coatings www.kmcoatingsmfg.com W R Grace www.grace.com
Lapolla www.lapolla.com Gaco Western www.gaco.com
Polyglass www.polyglass.us Henry Products www.henry.com
Pro-Tech Products www.pro-techproducts.com Soprema www.soprema.us
Resin Technology www.resintechnology.com Tamko Products www.tamko.com
Soprema www.soprema.us Tremco www.tremcosealants.com
SHINGLE  
Certainteed www.certainteed.com Home Builder Directory  Home Builder Directory
GAF www.gaf.com
Tamko www.tamko.com
Owens Corning www.owenscorning.com
Malarkey www.malarkey-rfg.com

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Bi-Tec www.bi-tec.com
Certainteed www.certainteed.com
Firestone www.firestonebpco.com
GAF www.gaf.com
Johns Manville www.jm.com
Malarkey www.malarkey-rfg.com
MB Tech www.mbtechnology.com
PolyGlass www.polyglass.us
Siplast www.siplast.com
Soprema www.soprema.us
Tamko www.tamko.com
BUILT UP ROOF SYSTEMS
SINGLE PLY
 
Bi-Tec www.bi-tec.com Carlisle www.carlisle-syntec.com
Certainteed www.certainteed.com Duro-Last Roofing www.duro-last.com
Firestone www.firestonebpco.com Firestone www.firestonebpco.com
GAF www.gaf.com GAF www.gaf.com
Johns Manville www.jm.com GenFlex www.genflex.com
Malarkey www.malarkey-rfg.com IB Roof Systems www.ibroof.com
MB Tech www.mbtechnology.com Johns Manville www.jm.com
PolyGlass www.polyglass.us Flex Roofing Systems www.flexroofingsystems.com
Siplast www.siplast.com Soprema www.soprema.us
Soprema www.soprema.us    
Tamko www.tamko.com INSULATION  
    Atlas www.atlasroofing.com
    Hunter www.hpanels.com
    LOW-E www.lowereflectiveinsulation.com
       
METAL TILE  
Alumi-Cover www.alumicover.com    
Atas www.atas.com Eagle Roofing www.eagleroofing.com
Berridge www.berridge.com Gladding McBean www.gladdingmcbean.com
Duro-Shield www.duro-last.com Ludowici Roof Systems www.ludowici.com
Metal Era www.metalera.com MCA www.mca-tile.com
Metal Sales www.metalsales.us.com Monier/Lifetile www.monierlifetile.com
Rollfab www.rollfabmetal.com Redland Tile www.redlandclaytile.com
Tamko www.tamko.com    
VM Zinc www.vmzinc-us.com    

 

     
       
COATINGS   WATERPROOFING  
Gaco Western www.gaco.com Pro-Seal www.prosealproducts.com
Soprema www.soprema.us W R Grace www.grace.com
Lapolla www.lapolla.com Gaco Western www.gaco.com
Polyglass www.polyglass.us Henry Products www.henry.com
Pro-Tech Products www.pro-techproducts.com Soprema www.soprema.us
    Tamko Products www.tamko.com
    Tremco www.tremcosealants.com
       
SHINGLE      
Certainteed www.certainteed.com Home Builder Directory Home Builder Directory
GAF www.gaf.com    
Tamko www.tamko.com    
Owens Corning www.owenscorning.com    
Malarkey www.malarkey-rfg.com    
       
BUILT UP ROOF SYSTEMS
Bi-Tec www.bi-tec.com
Certainteed www.certainteed.com
Firestone www.firestonebpco.com
GAF www.gaf.com
Johns Manville www.jm.com
Malarkey www.malarkey-rfg.com
MB Tech www.mbtechnology.com
PolyGlass www.polyglass.us
Siplast www.siplast.com
Soprema www.soprema.us
Tamko www.tamko.com

Phoenix Foam Roofing FAQ

Is spray foam a healthy and environmentally friendly sound choice for my home?

Spray foam roofs have several benefits. Their reflective nature helps reduce the urban island effect. In addition, there is never anything to tear off so there is no waste when replacing your roof.

Why should I consider a foam roof for my new or existing home?

Foam roofing can solve roof leaks that are actually being caused from your stucco parapet walls. Stucco is a porous, absorbent material and if there are voids in it, you will think your roof is leaking when it is actually the walls. You can lower your energy bill by adding insulation and a reflective coating. Check with your local city and federal government to see if you qualify for a tax credit if you install an energy efficient roof.

What are the benefits of using foam roofing?

Foam roofing will give you added insulation to your home increasing your homes R value. Foam roofing is an excellent choice for hard-to-reach areas or a roof with a lot of equipment on it. Most foam roofs have a white reflective coating applied on top of the foam creating an even more energy saving roof system.

Why should I consider a foam roof for my new or existing home?

Foam roofing can solve roof leaks that are actually being caused from your stucco parapet walls. Stucco is a porous, absorbent material and if there are voids in it, you will think your roof is leaking when it is actually the walls. You can lower your energy bill by adding insulation and a reflective coating. Check with your local city and federal government to see if you qualify for a tax credit if you install an energy efficient roof.

What is sprayed polyurethane foam?

Sprayed polyurethane foam is a two-part chemical that is sprayed through a heated hose. When the two parts are combined in the heated gun, they react and create a foam that almost instantly hardens on the roof.

How long can a foam roof last?

If properly maintained, it can last forever. The most important part of a foam roof is maintenance. It is important to keep the coating in good shape so that the sun does not bake the foam under the coating. It is also important to keep your foam roof clean of dirt and vegetation. Dirt and vegetation will allow weeds, plants and even trees grow on your roof! With vegetation comes bugs, with bugs comes animals such as birds who like to eat the bugs. If there is one thing we can recommend more than any other system, it’s maintenance.

What kind of R-Value does a foam roof have?

Every manufacturer has a slightly different R value but generally speaking you can expect to get 6-7 R-Value per inch of foam installed.

Is a foam roof energy efficient?

Yes, foam roofing is one of the most energy efficient roofs there are. It gives you added insulation, increasing your R-Value, along with a white reflective coating.

Are foam roofing systems as durable as traditional asphalt-based flat roofing systems?

Hire a local, trusted roofing contractor in Phoenix, AZ who is licensed, bonded, and insured. If the Phoenix roofing company has been around for a long time and has good reviews, then chances are they stand behind their work and if there is a problem they will fix it. Keep in mind that roofing houses is different in different climates. In Arizona, we have a unique climate that requires a different installation than most of the country.

Do foam roofs require a lot of maintenance?

They do not require a lot of maintenance but they do require some maintenance if you would like them to last for decades versus years.

Are foam roofs fire safe?

Yes.

Are foam roofs UV protected?

Yes, foam roofs are coated with a reflective roof coating. The sun will deteriorate the coating over time, and it is necessary to recoat your roof about every 5 years.

Our Happy Customers…

Jessica Rudd
Jessica Rudd
01:32 08 Jul 22
I've worked here for 17 years and it's the best place ever! Great family owned company!
Bryan Folger
Bryan Folger
21:22 07 Apr 22
JBS Roofing is a great company. The customer service is top notch. I will recommend JBS Roofing and only JBS Roofing to repair and install new roofs.
BSos32
BSos32
20:13 19 Jan 22
Great work, responsive and Gary Walsh was great to work with.
Michael Stapleton
Michael Stapleton
23:27 17 Jan 22
Everyone on the JBSRoofing team was great to work with. Very professional, friendly, responsive, and engaging. We had a full roof replacement done by JBSRoofing. The qoute process was informative and complete. The work was done very professionally. Everyone who came onsite to do the work was friendly. They kept the area around the house clean and kept up. They cleaned up every day at the end of the day. They started when they said they would and got the job done on time. I highly recommend JBSRoofing.
Sylvie Coster
Sylvie Coster
17:43 16 Oct 21
Great job. They were very professional. I had 1 problem with the skylight seal. It was left off. The superintendent was quick to find the problem and ordered a new seal .
Nathan Sherman
Nathan Sherman
17:02 10 Oct 21
Great roofing company that provide very good information on if you should replace your roof or not. The price it a lot better than the big names out there and there service I’d great.I had Ky-Ko Roofing inspect my flat roof and quoted me $12,000+ to RE-COAT it and repair damages. JBS Roofing REPLACED my roof for under $12,000. JBS shared more knowledge and after this, I trust them a lot more and like their prices a lot better. Now, I refer all my friends and clients to them as well.
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Foam Roofing in Phoenix

What is Foam Roofing?

SPF or sprayed polyurethane foam is one of the most popular, durable, cost-effective and environmentally-friendly roofing systems in Phoenix. Years of research back this relatively new technology and show the many benefits of foam roofing. Urethane foam roofing in Phoenix offers you a long-term solution for your home. The original SPF roofing has been installed on residential homes in Phoenix since the 1970s.

Although the urethane products we use are similar, our materials are more modern and have been refined and significantly improved over the years. Although the majority of foam roofing contractors offer SPF, you can be assured all of our materials are of the highest possible quality.

Is Foam Roofing in Arizona Worth it?

Yes, the best system for your flat roof is polyurethane foam. Phoenix residential foam roofing is sprayed on, resulting in a seamless protection layer for your home and it pays for itself due to the insulation value. This means the thickness of the material will save you money on your cooling and heating costs. In addition to leak protection, your Phoenix foam roof will last for the long term.

What Is Foam Roofing in Phoenix Made of?

When the liquid components of a polyol resin and isocyanate are combined, the result is urethane foam roofing. The material is then sprayed onto the surface of your roof. The reaction of the liquid mixture creates a durable insulation layer on your roof. The minimum application layer is one inch. We can use thicker applications for extra insulation.

Why Should You Choose Foam Roofing Phoenix AZ?

The combination of benefits and ease you receive with a residential foam roof in Arizona are excellent for the unique weather in the area. Foam roofs have become popular all over the state. At Jim Brown and Sons Roofing, we help you take advantage of all the advantages you receive with foam roofing. We are a family-owned business with over 40 years of experience in the Phoenix area offering high-quality materials and workmanship. Contact us today for a free estimate!

Reasons to Consider Foam Roofing in Arizona

The application process for a residential foam roof in Arizona uses a blowing agent free of CFCs or chlorofluorocarbons. This means you are having a green roofing solution installed. You can take pride in your new roof and the benefits you receive because everything is environmentally friendly.

One of the benefits of polyurethane is insulation. During a Phoenix summer, you need your roof to keep heat away from your home. During the winter, you are kept warm by the same insulation. The insulation is so superior, your energy consumption decreases and you are helping the planet by going green.

A residential foam roof in Arizona keeps water away due to the virtual impenetrability of the closed-cell structure. Since your foam roof helps ensure appropriate drainage, it will help prevent water from collecting even when it is raining. As Phoenix foam roofing contractors, we recommend polyurethane roofing regardless of which type of roof you have. We simply use foam to spray on your new roof.

At Jim Brown and Sons Roofing, we want your roof to be durable whether we are performing foam roof repair in Phoenix or installing an entirely new roof. A spray foam roof is resilient, provides you with durability and protects your home for the long run.