Polyisocyanurate Roofing Insulation National Shortage

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What to DO - Answers in 1-2-3 Steps
Polyisocyanurate (polyiso) is one of the insulations that is used frequently in roofing. With huge lead times to get the polyiso product, one may start looking for alternatives. After all a roofing company can't just wait on the sidelines for product to come in. Leaking roofs need to get replaced. So what does a roofing contractor do that generally uses just polyiso in their systems.
1. Understand the difference

Two Major Roofing Insulations

Polyisocyanurate and EPS make up 95% of the roofing insulation market. Below is links to help you understand the differences.

Polyisocyanurate (ISO)

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Engineered Polystyrene (EPS)

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2. Change the Specification
If Polyisocyanurate (polyiso) has been specified on your project change the spec. In today's environment, Architects are open to solutions that are brought forward by the roofing contractor - you are the roofing expert. It may take a little work but you won't get stuck waiting for months for polyiso. The Links above or additional ones below can help you change the spec with the architect.
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