Foam Roof Replacement in Mesa, AZ

Foam Roofing

Craven Construction has been installing foam roofs on homes across the East Valley for over 20 years. In fact, foam roofing is where we started and was the very first roofing material we offered. Foam roofs are incredibly popular in Arizona as they offer increased insulation, UV protection, and waterproofing abilities. If your roof is in need of replacement, our team is here for you. We are extremely knowledgeable about foam roofing and highly skilled to install your new roof. 

If your foam roof is in need of replacement, call our office to schedule a free estimate today 480-845-1833!

Quality Foam Roof Installation

A spray foam roof offers the perfect combination of form and function to fit the needs of your East Valley home. Before the installation begins, the roof must be thoroughly cleaned to ensure the foam and coating has the ability to stick to the surface. After the roof is completely dry, we spray on the foam roofing material and make sure it is 1” thick across the entire surface. This foam forms an insulating layer, with an R7 rating, that slows the heat transfer process. A roof coating is then applied to reflect UV rays and add to the energy efficiency of the home. 

Our foam roofing professionals are available to assess your home and provide you with an honest and FREE estimate! You can expect competitive pricing, quality installation, and customer satisfaction when choosing Craven Construction.

What is Alligatoring and What Causes It?

Many commercial and residential roofs include foam as a viable option because of their great benefits. When choosing a foam roof, it is essential to understand that they require different installation, maintenance, and repair standards. These types of roofs also are...

Top Frequently Asked Questions About A Foam Roof

Spray foam roofing offers one of the best residential roofing options on the market today! The unfortunate thing is most homeowners are not well educated about SPF roofs, their advantages, and find them difficult to understand. When discussing roofing material...

Maintenance Items For Foam Roofing

Many commercial buildings utilize a spray foam roofing system. They are extremely durable and can stand up to whatever mother nature throws at them. Spray foam roofs are also financially a great investment for such a large building. When professionally installed and...

7 Reasons To Install A Foam Roof On Your House

Many homeowners often do not consider a foam roof for their house because it is traditionally used for commercial purposes. However, they can easily be installed and offer several benefits when installed on a residential home. When compared to other roofing materials,...

Is A Foam Roof A Good Choice For My Commercial Building?

Foam roofing is an extremely popular material choice for commercial buildings across the United States. Why? Mainly because there are many benefits to a foam roof over other roofing materials, especially for large commercial buildings with large roofs.  Yes, we would...

5 Facts About Commercial Flat Roofs

Flat roofs are incredibly popular for commercial buildings. They offer a cost effective option for property and business owners that is also incredibly durable. As modern roofs are becoming more popular, flat roofs are more stylish than ever. If you are looking for a...

Pitched Roof vs. Flat Roof – Which Is Best For Your New Arizona Home?

If you are in the process of designing and constructing a new home or building in the East Valley, choosing a roof could be a critical decision. The style of roof you decide on can affect your new home’s construction, function, appearance, and cost. Weighing all...

5 Benefits of Replacing Your Foam Roof

Foam roofing systems are popular among Arizona homeowners. They are a budget friendly option for both installation and maintenance, air conditioning systems can easily be installed, and a flat roof creates an architecturally pleasing indoor space. With proper...

FAQs: Spray Foam Roof

Choosing to install a new roof can be quite the investment from your wallet and your time. Recognizing the various roof materials and researching what is best for your home, your budget, and your comfort is most important. One option for your Arizona home is a spray...

Advantages of a Spray Foam Roof

Applied Seamlessly

Insulating & UV Protection

Durable & Resiliant

Waterproofing Layers

New foam roofs can come with a limited warranty of up to 15-years from Craven Construction.

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Apache Junction, AZ

New Construction Home Foam Roof

New Construction Home Foam Roof

Choosing a new construction home offers the ability to choose the roofing material you want! This Queen Creek customer chose a spray foam roof for part of their new home. We provided a 1" thickness that includes an R-7 insulation. 2 coats of elastomeric coating allow...

Gold Canyon Custom New Build Gets Eagle Tile Roof & Flat Roof

Gold Canyon Custom New Build Gets Eagle Tile Roof & Flat Roof

A custom built new construction home requires a custom roof. This Gold Canyon customer chose Eagle Tile Shasta Blend for part of their roof. The remainder of the roof was completed with a spray foam. We utilized a silicone coating for the walk deck for added support...

Foam Roof Maintenance & Coatings

Craven Construction is available for all of your spray foam roof maintenance and coating needs. Regular maintenance of a foam roof will help ensure it lives up to its expected lifespan. Recoating the roof approximately every 8-10 years is crucial for the roof’s health and making sure it lasts as long it should. Foot traffic, drainage, climate, and other factors should be taken into account and will affect the timing of your recoat.

Our team is available to examine your spray foam roof and provide you a FREE estimate for any maintenance items or a reocat application.

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