"Our company is certified through the SPFA [Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance]. I have done a Master Project Manager Certification and Aaron has done a Master Installer Certification. Everything that they did and talked about was great. There's nothing wrong with their program. Is being certified by the SPFA going to fix the problem? Ultimately, if [contractors] can't afford to do the job right to begin with, how are they going to afford doing a certification through the SPFA? Would it help? I don't think it would hurt. But. ultimately, it comes down to the agreement between the roofing contractor and the person selling them the product.
The manufacturers have some responsibility, too. They need to make sure that their installers are trained correctly in installing a roofing system. When we get into spray foam, it's not one of those methods of roofing that you can learn in a month. I would even argue that you can't learn it in a year. To really understand how to install a spray foam roof correctly, it takes several years."