Spring, Texas -- Bayer MaterialScience llc has 'realigned' its spray polyurethane foam (SPF) roofing sector, offering customers enhanced resources and streamlined product options.
Bayer said that recent developments in its Spray Insulation and Roofing Materials division have centred on the integration of design, building systems, and products to optimise building performance and yield improved energy efficiency.
The company said in a 5 Dec news release that changes within the roof sector also come as a result of customer feedback and questions fielded by Bayer's technical staff.
These changes include product formulation advances; "reduced complexity of the roof coating product portfolio" to improve supply chain efficiency and customer service; a new roofing architectural binder; and an expanded website
Bayer said it will debut a new roofing presentation focusing on the roof as an integrated component of the total building envelope at the Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA) show in Dallas, Texas, 30 Jan-2 Feb.
The company has also made changes to the Bayer roofing products team.
"As we continue to work more closely with SPF contractors, residential builders, and commercial architects, we've seen an increased focus on the concept of Whole Building Design," said Renee Zierden, general manager, Bayer MaterialScience llc Spray Insulation and Roofing Materials.
She added, "The changes we are instituting internally will allow us to respond to the market accordingly and serve our customers more efficiently. It is also the opportune time to engage in more direct education with the design and construction industry about Whole Building Design and how our roof and wall products meet this need."