Commercial roofing products are widely used for roofing applications.
They provide structural strength, durability, and are used on a wide variety of roofs.
The common question we hear from people when they hear the term commercial roof is “why are commercial roofs not Flame Retardant?”
Many people believe that commercial roofers don’t know how to properly treat their products because they have never been trained on how to use them properly.
In this article, we will explain what exactly commercial roof insulation is and how to safely use it on your roof.
Commercial Roofing Insulation Pros and Cons Pros: It’s a good insulation for commercial roofs Pros: High temperature resistance Cons: Does not burn efficiently and quickly Cons: May not last long and may not provide heat in a fire-prone area Pros: Is not harmful to the environment Pros: Can be applied directly to the roofing material Pros: Will last for years Pros: Safe to apply Pros: Low cost Pros: Good thermal conductivity Pros: Easy to apply, low maintenance Cons: Can not be used in a house without fireproofing Pros: No flame retardants Cons: No foam Pros: Has a low thermal conductive rating Pros: Does well at temperatures above 120 degrees F Cons: Cannot be applied in hot and humid climates Pros: Very high insulation rating Pros (as rated by EPA) Cons (as reported by EPA): Pros: Provides a good thermal resistance and heat conductivity, low heat loss, and good fire retardant properties, making it a good choice for commercial roof insulations Pros (not as rated by the EPA): Cons (not reported by the FAA): Pros (As rated by: EPA):