LEED Certification

Metal roofing naturally contributes to the sustainable building movement. Their high-recycled content, total recyclability, and energy efficiency allow metal roofs to play a pivotal and important role in LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) program requirements.

The metal roof materials we use are exceptional building materials that can credibly claim both recycled content and recyclability by recognized definitions.

Metal roofs typically have a minimum of 25% recycled content.

This level of recycled content allows metal roofing to be routinely included on listings for “green” and recycled content products. This is especially important since the U.S. LEED Certified points are available when specifying metal roofing, including one point for recycled content.

Your home could stay cooler on hot days thanks to a little thing called Cool Roof Technology.
About Cool Roof

The materials we use are coated with a PVDF Tri-Pigment Reflective Paint System, which helps reflect solar heat on a roof.

Our metal roofs have the ability to re-emit up to 89% of absorbed heat.

This keeps the roofing surface cool and prevents excess heat from escaping into the home, reducing energy expenditures on air conditioning.

For the Good of the

The lowered demand on electricity also improves the electricity grid and reduces greenhouse gas emissions from both homes and power production plants.

Find out your potential cooling energy savings if you installed one of our beautiful Metal Roofing profiles.
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