Since the house is rented out, the owner decided to investigate the most cost-effective and fastest way to repair the roof. Replacing the tin would be expensive and take a long time. Instead, the solution came: the use of closed-cell foam on the roof.
Closed-cell foam is an excellent thermal insulation material that effectively prevents heat transfer and moisture penetration. The advantage was that it was easy to apply to the existing tin flat roof and was cheaper than the cost of a complete roof replacement. The material is applied in the form of foam to the affected areas, and after setting, a strong and resistant layer is formed.
With the purhab, the soaking was solved and the attic received an additional thermal insulation upgrade. We have closed another successful project!
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