What Is a Green Roof System?
At Texas Star Roofing, Inc., our team specializes in using green materials in our roofing installations. Keep reading to learn how we can help your home go green!
Recycled Roofing Materials
Did you know that Texas Star Roofing recycles torn-off shingles in order to lessen the burden on our landfills and utilize reusable materials for road repairs? In addition to helping to reduce waste, our team utilizes recycled materials and turns them into a brand new roof installation. These roofs have also been thought to help reduce the formation of ground -level ozone and smog at the same great quality of traditional roofing materials.
A cool roof is an environmentally-friendly roofing option in which the roof is designed to reflect more light from the sun, and absorb less heat than a traditional roof. For our hot climate here in Texas, white cool roofs work the best, as they conduct less heat into the interior of the home, helping to keep you keep cool indoors.
Green Roofing Options
There are a variety of eco-friendly roofing systems on the market. As Select ShingleMaster™ certified roofers with CertainTeed, we offer a variety of their products:
Steep slope: Landmark Solaris® shingles all have initial SR values (an indicator that measures how a material absorbs all solar energy) of 0.26 or greater. Light-colored Landmark® and CT™ 20/XT™ 25 Shingles can have SR values of 0.25 or greater.
Symphony Slate shingles: Most of these have initial SR values of 0.25 or greater.
Low slope: The “Flintlastic” CoolStar Series of low slope roofing cap sheets have SR values ranging from 0.71 to 0.77.
FlintCoat: The W has an initial SR of 0.90. Other “FlintCoat” products contain aluminum flakes and have initial SR values ranging from 0.54 to 0.70.
Green Roofing Installation in Plano
If you’re ready to discuss the green roofing system you desire, contact our team at Texas Star Roofing, Inc. . Give us a call at (972) 200-9426.