Every year, the United States averages 11 million tons in shingle waste, with around 8.8 million tons coming from the country’s most popular residential roofing material: asphalt shingles. It can take up to 300 years for asphalt shingles to completely decompose, so recycling is a great way to reduce waste.
Fact: A cool roof bounces back heat from the sun to lower rooftop temperatures. While a black roof that absorbs sunlight can heat up, reaching up to 190 degrees Fahrenheit during summer, temperatures on a reflective roof can be up to 60 degrees lower. This offers an overall reduction in the heat that a roof […]
Roof leaks are sometimes not good at hiding, but their sources are. While one doesn’t need to be an expert to track them down successfully, it requires sound investigative skills to do the job safely and efficiently.
Prolonging the life of your roof for as long as possible accomplishes many things. It saves you a ton of money because the cost of a replacement is anything but cheap. The longer your roof lasts, the less waste you contribute to landfills. Even if you are financially comfortable and your current roof is eco-friendly, […]
Roof repair and roof maintenance are certainly not DIY projects – they are projects that, if you know what’s good for you, you should entrust only to an experienced contractor. Putting a skilled team on the job means you can focus on things other than the complicated technical aspects of the project, which gives you […]