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Strong winds can damage roofs, endangering the building’s occupants and possibly destroying the property further. A & L Foam Insulation, Inc. explains how to keep your roof intact despite terrible weather.
Solar energy is slowly picking up steam as more homeowners and businesses are opting for it. Here’s how you can use it with SPF insulation to save energy costs.
Consumers are more attracted to companies that adopt eco-friendly practices. A & L Foam Insulation, Inc. suggests you start going green with cool roofing.
The mild winter in North Texas doesn’t mean you no longer need to prepare your commercial roof for harsh weather elements in this season. Here’s what to do.
Your New Year’s resolution should include caring for an integral, but oft-neglected, part of your commercial building, your roof. A & L is here to help!
Knowing how the weather affects your commercial roof can help you identify the issues to look out for during a maintenance inspection. Discover the types of weather conditions that compromise your roof’s durability.
With many insulation options on the market, it is important to identify how each type performs based on various factors. We compare spray foam and fiberglass insulation and discuss their effectiveness
Strong winds and snow can take a toll on commercial buildings, regardless of the age of the structure. SPF insulation is effective in reinforcing the strength of your building. A & L Foam Insulation, Inc. explains why.
From afar, your roof may seem to be in tip-top shape. The color is great, the shingles look fine, and there aren’t any leaks. If you think your roof is in as good condition today as when it was first built years ago, however, think again. Your roof's materials will...
A survey by the American Chemistry Council that looked into how builders in the US use Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) showed that 60% of builders currently use SPF. Some 16% of the responders also said that they are interested in using SPF in the future. The increase...