In part one of this blog series, we discussed how eco-friendly roofs are made. For the second part, we’ll talk about the three benefit levels of installing a green roof: a personal benefit, an economic benefit and a public benefit.
Homeowners are continuing to become more and more aware of roof-related environmental concerns, such as landfills overflowing with discarded roofing materials, and many take a stand in terms of their future roof replacement and home improvement projects. Luckily, there are several ways to turn your regular roof into an eco-friendly roofing system.
Every major roofing project has standards that, when followed, mean ultimate success. Roofing, however, is an ever-changing industry, and the continuing advancements in technology, installation techniques and materials can be hard to keep up with at times. V. Nanfito Roofing and Siding, Inc., the leading roof repair company, talks about a few of the recent changes and requirements that it would be wise to stay abreast of.
Homeowners are always looking for ways to improve the energy efficiency of their properties, with the most common strategies being installing greener roofing materials and insulated vinyl siding. GAF continues to be at the forefront of the green home movement and is now offering EnergyGuard™ Polysio Insulated Sheathing.
Proper maintenance and upkeep of your roof are vital not just for the safety of you and your employees, but also to ensure longevity. While commercial roofs are often more durable than residential ones, they have increased maintenance demands.