Use Cool Roof Technology for Home Energy Efficiency

Use Cool Roof Technology for Home Energy EfficiencyPublication Type:
White Paper

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Often, the roof is the least energy efficient part of a home. According to Oak Ridge National Laboratory, about 30 percent of a home's energy is used for heating and cooling, and about half of that is due to heated or cooled air lost through the roof. That's why more and more homeowners are turning to a cool roof for their home to save money and improve comfort. This white paper explores how a metal roof can keep your home cool and green, including:

  • Reflectivity
  • Emissivity
  • Energy efficiency
  • Durability
  • Low maintenance
  • Long-term envrionmental benefits

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