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Arris Roofing Solutions

Tar and Gravel Roof Restoration

Is your tar and gravel roof leaking?

When your tar and gravel roof starts to leak, patching is not always an option because of the way this system is designed. Tar and gravel roofs are difficult to perform maintenance on, are prone to mold, damage from foot traffic, and add weight to the structure.

Arris Roofing provides a few solutions to mitigate the tar and gravel roof defects, and also provides you with a watertight solution.

Polyurethane Spray Foam System

The best method to restore a tar and gravel roof is using our spray foam system. Our spray foam system stops leaks and energy loss by adding R6.5 per square inch. After the foam application, the roof is coated with a white, highly reflective, acrylic coating that has excellent fire and hail rating.

Tar and Gravel Roof Restoration Process

1. Remove all loose gravel from the roof
2. Apply spray foam at 1.5″ thickness
3. Spray and backroll basecoat coating
4. Apply white topcoat over the entire roof
5. Completed tar and gravel roof restoration

Advantages of SPF System

Conklin’s Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) Roofing Insulation System provides high-grade roof insulation and superior protection from the elements. SPF effectively controls air infiltration, adds R-6.3 of insulation per inch of thickness, and reduces cooling and heating costs.

Reduce energy cost and stop leaks

• Foam’s closed-cell structure stops lateral water seepage
• Simple to repair most damage with caulk and sealant
• Extends the life of the roof
• Stops leaks with superior coatings

"We love Conklin's spray foam and coatings system. Because foam is very lightweight and extremely strong, building owners can avoid expensive tear-offs. Eliminations of any potential leak is achieved by a spray-on foam system that makes a 100% seamless roof. Spray foam roofing systems are also very energy-efficient and can often pay for themselves in less than 10 years with the savings on utility bills."

Perry Yutzy