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About Solar Roofing

Solar roofing is growing ever more popular with its increasingly recognized economic benefits. It is slowly becoming the preferred alternative to regular electricity and heating. Financially, solar roofing dramatically reduces both heating and electricity bills by providing enough output to power the entire house or building, and integrating advanced plumbing systems. The heating and cooling costs can be cut by up to 30%, and electricity bills reduced to about $5 for average sized homes, simply by installing solar roofing systems. Combined with some durable roofing materials such as Asphalt, PVC, and metal, solar roofing can also provide non penetrable, lasting, and strong roofing sheathing for both residential and industrial applications.

Solar Roofing Design

Solar roofing is purchased most commonly in panel form, yet is also available in shingles, roof tiles, and sheets. Many of today’s solar roofing systems are interlocking, which allow for simple installation and no mechanical fastening. Most solar roofing systems do not require any attachments or modifications to be made to your existing roof, and are also lightweight making them easy to handle and install. Solar panels roofing can be bought in a range of sizes, shapes, and colors, but most importantly, can be integrated with your existing roof to appear virtually unnoticeable or even aesthetically enhance it.

Making a Solar Roofing Investment

Solar roofing provides so many economic benefits, that despite its initial costs, it is ultimately a major investment towards both your home/building and your savings account. If you have decided to or are considering converting to a solar roof solution, you should most definitely speak with an expert. Our contractors can do a full inspection of your roof and advise where and how to install solar roofing systems for ultimate efficiency and effectiveness.

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