Green Roof

  • Includes a waterproof membrane system
  • Facilitates the growth of grass, plants, and trees on the roof
  • Reduces the Urban Heat Island Effect
  • Makes temperature control more efficient

Cool Roof

  • Uses reflective white membranes
  • Reduces the Urban Heat Island Effect
  • Contributes to LEED credits

Solar Roof

  • Renewable energy source
  • Reduces energy costs
  • Contributes to LEED credits

Regardless of which roof you choose, they all lower overall energy costs. They’re all also designed to improve your building’s aesthetic appeal – especially green roofs. The additional plant life helps improve air quality, and gives city dwellers a connection to natural elements, which has been known to lower stress levels and improve wellbeing.

You won’t sacrifice strength for aesthetic with eco-friendly roofing. In fact, green roofs assist in storm-water management, fire safety, and noise reduction. When you improve the health of your building, you improve your overall health too!