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RetroDeck™ Insulation for Metal Roof Retrofits

“ a unique solution”

Solve metal roof leaking issues with flute fillers
RetroDeck - what makes it so special
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Fits Like a Glove
Any Metal Deck Profile
Any Density
Any R-Value
RetroDeck is a custom cut rigid insulation board to meet each profile of any metal roof system.
Any Metal Deck Profile
RetroDeck can be made to contour any metal deck profile. This has the advantage of a tighter fit and more R-value than standard flute fillers. Retro deck is manufactured using EPS rigid closed cell insulation, where the R-value stays consistent. Learn More
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Any Density
RetroDeck can be made using any density. The higher density the more R-value per inch and the more Strength or higher compression. When heavier roof traffic is required, RetroDeck with higher densities may be the perfect solution.
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Any R-Value
RetroDeck can be made to any thickness up to 48” thick. This provides the option of picking the r-value through thickness. Additional thickness can provided more strength at critical plain changes in the metal roof deck. R-Values ranging from 4 - 209.
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Advantages of RetroDeck
Retrofitting a metal roof with a new roof system can be tricky as there is a large variety of profiles. Plymouth Foam’s RetroDeck customization provides many advantage to make the job better and provide better value.
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Stable R-Value
EPS rigid insulation is closed cell and provides an R-value that remains stable due to its unique design and manufacturing. Learn More
Excellant Void Filler
Our EPS can be cut to fit to match the deck profile giving it a tighter fit than conventional flute fillers.
Variable R-Value
This system allows for adding additional R-value at variable levels.
Off-set Joint Advantage
When installed properly, joint can be off-set to metal roof seams, eliminating a third layer of insulation. Read More
Fast Manufacturing Process
Plymouth Foam has the most advanced, high tech manufacturing equipment and can custom cut any profile quickly and yet with the highest quality. Made in USA - Made in Wisconsin
Low Moisture Absorption
In field studies, EPS has been shown to absorb less moisture than previous considered. In Fact, EPS absorbed only 1/2 of a percent (.005) over 15 years in a below grade field study. Read More
Compatible With Other Insulations
EPS is compatible with other rigid insulation and can be used together to complete a retrofit roof system. EPS does provide the best value and can be value engineered to meet a variety of standards.
Contain No Ozone Depleting Chemicals
EPS is a closed cell foam which does not contain any ozone depleting CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons) or HCFCs (hydrochlorofluorocarbons) chemicals, asbestos or other harmful fibers. See why EPS is so Green
100% Recyclable
Similar to aluminum can, EPS can be recycled. In fact, in 2013 - over 34% of post consumer EPS was recycled. Learn More
Plymouth Foam manufactures roofing insulation for the United Sates including the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan and Ohio. Plymouth Foam provides roofing insulation using Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) in the form of flat insulation, tapered insulation, fan fold, laminated insulation, drain sump insulation, cants, tapered edge strips, green roof channel insulation, insulation saddles, crickets, roofing flute fillers, direct to deck, UL and FM rated systems. Plymouth Foam’s EPS, the safe insulation, is manufactured in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Ohio. EPS roofing insulation has been known to be used with Rubber or EPDM roofing systems, PVC roofing systems, TPO roofing systems, hot asphalt or built up (BUR) roofing systems, modified bitumen roofing systems, metal roofing systems, green roofing systems, garden roof systems, thermoplastic membranes, thermoset membranes, CSPE roofing systems, ECH roofing systems, PIB roofing systems and CPE roofing systems. National Roofers Contractors Association

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Direct to Deck
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PF Spec Sheet
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Why EPS is Better
(Recent Research)

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