New Materials Open Up Eco-Friendly Roofing Options for DryHome Clients
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STERLING, Va. — DryHome Roofing & Siding announced at the company’s website how new roofing materials open up high-performing, environmentally friendly options for homeowners. From salvaged shingles that relieve pressure on landfills to recycled materials that turn refuse into roofing, DryHome Roofing & Siding clients have some truly eco-friendly options to choose from. DryHome Roofing & Siding can also help homeowners save money on energy bills by installing light-colored roofs that cut down on cooling costs. Visitors to the DryHome Roofing & Siding website will find a wealth of Roofing Information there and can easily get in touch regarding their own home exterior goals.
“A home’s roof matters more than just about any other feature when it comes to the overall environmental impact of the structure,” said DryHome Roofing & Siding President Steve Gotschi. “Fortunately, homeowners who are looking to lessen their environmental footprint have some great choices today, as we’ve detailed in a new report at our website. Because the average roof will last for 20 to 30 years before needing to be replaced, many people fall behind on the latest developments. There are some impressive new materials that will be of real interest to those interested in environmentally friendly roofing.”
According to a report issued by the Environmental Protection Agency, a traditional residential roof can reach temperatures as high as 185 Fahrenheit in the heat of the summer. A roof designed specifically to reflect sunlight, on the other hand, might remain as much as 60 degrees cooler under the same conditions, potentially cutting cooling costs 20 percent or more.
So-called “cool roofs” like this are one way that DryHome Roofing & Siding helps homeowners throughout Northern Virginia save money while lessening their impact on the environment. As the new report at the DryHome Roofing & Siding website details, other eco-friendly options include the installation of recycled or salvaged roofing materials, with many of these alternatives now performing as well and lasting as long as the top traditional choices. A homeowner can now even choose to have a green roof installed, with natural plants taking the place of conventional roofing materials, reducing water runoff, and keeping a home cooler in the bargain.
As Northern Virginia’s leader at roofing, siding, and other exterior work for nearly 30 years, DryHome works tirelessly to provide the solutions that will suit each client and home the best. With a range of eco-friendly new roofing materials now available, homeowners can learn more about their options as the DryHome Roofing & Siding website.
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