Marin County Roofing Project Wins Two National Awards

Award-Winning Marin Roofing Project

Wedge Roofing received two national awards for their installation of an Insulating Spray Foam Roofing System at the Marin County Quest Church and Daycare Center in Novato, CA.

The Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA), the educational and technical resource for the spray foam industry, awarded Wedge Roofing the 2022 National Industry Excellence Award for the Best Spray Foam Roof Nationwide (under 40,000 square Feet).

CoatingsPro Magazine, the experts in commercial and industrial roof coatings, recognized Wedge Roofing with the 2022 First Place Contractor Award for the roof coating installation at the Quest Church.

The Quest, a progressive Christian Church in Novato, CA, desperately needed a new roof. The church and adjacent day care center built in 1963 had an outdated built-up tar and gravel roof that had exceeded its lifespan. Additionally, the flat roof suffered from pooling water issues due to its original design. 

“Right off the shelf, this unique, go-to tapered system allowed us to achieve consistent, positive drainage,” says Gary Harvey, CEO of Wedge Roofing. “Paired with a high-performance spray foam roofing and coating system from Huntsman, we were able to give Quest a roof that withstands weather and moisture, while enhancing energy efficiency and long-term energy savings.”

Wedge Roofing resolved these issues by installing a new highly insulated spray foam roof with a fully tapered substrate for positive drainage and a silicone roof coating for enhanced roof-top thermal protection. Wedge Roofing completed the entire project ahead of the tight three-week schedule.

Thanks to Wedge Roofing, Quest Church saved $120,000 by choosing to install a new spray foam roofing system compared to the cost of removing and replacing the roof. Additionally, the recovered foam roofing lessened the impact on our landfills.

Read more about Wedge Roofing’s award-winning spray foam roof in Roofing Magazine.