Commercial Roofing Company In Brampton Comments On Metal Roofing Restoration

Brampton, Ontario-based Cox Roofing Systems is reaching out to the wider community to explain why they believe metal roofing restoration is a good alternative to completely replacing a roof. The company is a family-owned-and-operated business that has been providing roofing services for the Brampton community and the surrounding areas since 1976.

Wayne Cox, CEO and representative for Cox Roofing Systems, says “You might be thinking about tearing down your whole roof and having the whole thing replaced with fresh roofing material. It does have its advantages, such as allowing you to secure more than 50-70 years of exceptional roofing for your property, but as with most everything in life, such a large project means you have to invest a fair amount of additional funds. That’s just not very practical, especially if your financial situation is quite tight. However, there is a very good alternative: Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) coating.”

As the company explains, SPF is a material that is sprayed onto roofs as a liquid so it can expand into a foam, creating a solid layer across an existing roof. This nifty little method is a valid alternative for a full replacement because spray foam roofs are generally expected to last around 20 years upon installation.

In a blog post on their website, Cox Roofing Systems highlights several advantages of SPF. First, the company says that SPF does not incur a large cost. While both corrugated and standing seam metal roofs wear out over time and require frequent repairs that cost a lot, SPF-based metal roofing restoration does not. Though they will require repairs, as with anything exposed to the elements, SPF-based roof repairs require a much smaller financial investment.

This is on top of the fact that SPF-based roofs do not require much time to ‘install.’ Metal roof tear-offs require more labour and time to remove, especially when considering rust, debris, and the weight of the roofs. All of these factors mean more labor time before the actual roofing even begins — along with additional labor costs.

But that’s not all. The Cox Roofing Systems blog post also lists a number of special advantages that SPF has. Spray polyurethane foam is a groundbreaking construction product that has two variations. One is open-cell foams that allow properties to receive exceptional insulation by filling in the gaps with enough force to ensure a tight fit on any space that outside air can penetrate. The second variety is what is mostly used by roofers, closed-cell foams that create a hardened surface on a roof. This surface can withstand hail storms and other harsh weather without much issue.

Further, according to the company, SPF also boasts improved energy efficiency. Both closed-cell and open-cell SPF guarantee improved energy efficiency because they create an airtight seal across the entire property. Once the material cures and dries, it will deliver its advantages swiftly and successfully in most projects, unlike single-ply materials that require adhesives or torching to create seals.

According to Cox Roofing Systems, SPF also guarantees long-term and sustainable roofing capabilities. As the company points out, SPF is an easy-to-apply material. While only specialists who have received training and licensure can quickly and efficiently deliver the results property owners need for each and every project, SPF becomes an exceptionally sustainable roofing material that is affordable and hugely dependable for any property of any size due to its holistic system and proven track record in problem resolution.

Cox says, “If you are considering replacing your whole metal roof, take a moment to consider whether it is actually important. By choosing an SPF-based metal roof restoration process instead, you stand to both secure your roof better and save money at the same time. If you want to know more about SPF-roofing, you can always reach out to us at Cox Roofing Systems to clarify your questions and doubts.”

Those who are looking for commercial roofing in Brampton or simply want to learn more about Cox Roofing Systems and their services are welcome to visit the company's website to read further. In addition to their website, Cox Roofing Systems maintains a presence on Facebook where they frequently post updates, share media, and communicate with their customers. They encourage interested parties to get in touch with Wayne Cox directly via email or phone. The company can also be reached through the contact form on their website.


For more information about Cox Roofing Systems, contact the company here:

Cox Roofing Systems
Wayne Cox
56 Bramsteele Rd. Unit #12
L6W 3M7