Polyurethane Foam Roofing

Polyurethane foam roofing extends the life of a flat covering like nothing else. Whether your surface is reaching the end of its warranty period or you want to save on utility costs, call a commercial roofing contractor with the experience and skill you need – K & M Foam Roofing & Insulation LLC.

Spray polyurethane foam roofing does it all: it helps you save on energy costs; it prevents leaks; and it holds up well to the harshest weather. Best of all, it is applied quickly and ready to walk on in minutes.

It can be applied to any type of commercial roofing you have now: steel, BUR, mod bit, vinyl, concrete, single ply and metal. There is almost never a compatibility issue. You can begin enjoying the benefits of a solid and monolithic coating right away. The product itself is warranted for at least a decade but may last much longer. We also back all of the work we do in writing.

Cool Roof Protection

With its thickness and striking white color, polyurethane foam roofing easily reflects the sun’s damaging rays. In fact, it has a reflectivity of 85 percent, which means only 15 percent of solar rays can get inside your facility. This saves you significantly on your heating and cooling costs. It pays for itself in anywhere from two to seven years.

Preparation and Application

As a respected commercial roofing company in the area, we take great care in getting your rooftop ready for the application. Metal is primed and sandblasted as needed. Loose dirt and grime are removed from all surfaces. Stray gravel is swept clean from built-up surfaces. Whatever is needed to create a sure adhesion, you can expect us to go above and beyond.

Spray polyurethane foam is then applied to design thickness. Flashing, parapets and protrusions are also sprayed so there are no edges left unfinished. Tight spaces that are difficult to reach by hand are easily blanketed. A sagging area can be built up and given a slight slope to help shed water. The result is a continuous surface that lasts.

Top Coats

An elastomeric roof coating can also be applied as a top coat once the foam has fully cured. It’s as an extra measure against UV radiation and heavy rainfall, safeguarding your surface for years longer. The result is a true protection system that forms a barrier against weather and one that can be walked on for routine maintenance. Think of it as insulation on the outside. The surface not only protects against solar heat penetration; it reduces thermal shock and building movement.

It Saves Money

Professionally-applied polyurethane foam roofing is light, eliminating concerns about structural reinforcement or exceeding load capacity. It can be applied over almost any covering, so it saves tear-off costs. And it requires very little maintenance. Small repairs that might crop up in extreme conditions are always localized and easy to fix.

Low-sloped rooftops deteriorate over time. If you want to extend the useful life of your facility rather than build new, call a spray polyurethane foam roofing contractor with decades of experience. One fast application will save you on costly refurbishments and reduce your energy expenditures. It makes good business sense.

Call for an estimate on polyurethane foam roofing in Oklahoma City, Lawton, Ardmore, OK and the rest of the surrounding areas.

How It Works

Two Chemicals

A polyol and an isocyanate – are applied together, combined in a spray gun. The resulting chemical reaction expands on contact, creating a rigid surface. Inside are millions of closed cells filled with a gas that prevents heat transfer and water intrusion.


If a tornado or straight line wind sends a tree branch crashing into your rooftop, any abrasion would be localized because of the unique cell structure. It can be easily fixed to a seamless state again with a spot re-application. Wind will not lift the spray foam surface itself.


The closed cell formation resists the water damage that comes with ponding. It also encases protrusions and edges completely. Unlike standard roll-out sheets, it does not have any seams or fasteners to catch water. Any accidental breakage stays localized and can be easily fixed. Rainwater will never seep into cracks.