5 Alternatives for Eco Green Roofing

Are you exhausted with poor installation and leak of roofs? Roofs provide protection from excessive heat, cold, rain and fire and we neglect this crucial part of our house. We do not look at it until a major trouble occurs. The correct fixing of roof vents is essential for good circulation of air and purging interior moisture problems. If you are looking for a good roofing option for your under construction house or if you want to replace the old roofing, then you are at the exact place. Here, we have some green roofing alternatives for you.

1.    Green Roof

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These are vegetated roofs and also known as sky garden or eco-roof. There is a protective membrane beneath the roof that keeps the run-off water away and guards the house against moisture. These roofs have become progressively more popular these days than the normal roofs. It absorbs 50 to 95% rain water.

2.    Recycled Shingles

Recycled Shingles

These shingles are made-up of recyclable products, like wood, rubber and plastic. They are light weight, UV resistant, fireproof and durable (often features fifty years life span warranty).

3.    Metal Roofing

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Metal roofs are available in recycled materials, like stainless steel, copper and aluminum. These materials are fireproof, light weight and long-lasting. These roofs are available in large pieces and so it is easy to install them. Metal roofs insulate your house in the winter season and reflect heat in summer. It is a cost-effective alternative.

4.    Solar Roof Shingles

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If solar tiles are not your choice, opt for solar shingles (also known as photovoltaic shingles) for your roofs. It provides a non-polluting, renewable and silent source of energy. The most cost-effective way to set up solar shingles is to utilize the grid as an electricity back-up source.

5.    Clay Tile

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Clay tiles are available in a variety of colors. They are extremely durable, rich and non-combustible. These roofs provide the highest level of protection against fire. Thus, replacing these tiles is a costly affair.

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