If you are working to do your part to preserve the environment, ROI can help you build sustainable practices into your roofing system.
Daylighting Reduce the use of electrical lighting by leveraging the power of the sun. Prismatic skylights and light tubes are a great solution for flat-roofed buildings because they utilize natural daylight to lower energy consumption.
Cool Roofs Cool roof materials help reduce energy usage and they can make our cities cooler. Special roofing materials reflect the sun's radiant heat, keeping the roof and building cooler. Some cool roof materials also have high thermal emittance values, which means they keep the surface of the earth, and our cities, cooler.
Title 24 Information Let us help you navigate the regulations in California's "Title 24" building energy standards. Residential and non-residential buildings in California are subject to these California Energy Commission codes that seek to reduce energy consumption.
Photovoltaics Photovoltaics offer a double benefit – lower energy bills and sustainable power. Photovoltaic (PV) Solar Panels collect energy from the sun to produce electrical current. Over time, they deliver return on investment by reducing electricity costs while they simultaneously reduce consumption of fossil fuel-based energy.
Garden Roofing Garden roofs are a growing phenomenon that reduce urban heat. Growing plants are installed in containers over a roof membrane. This “living roof” not only enhances the building’s aesthetic, it improves energy efficiency inside the building, helps manage storm water, and reduces the heat retained in city environments.
Tax Incentives Information Tap into state and private programs that provide incentives for your company to choose more sustainable products and practices. As you consider roofing options, we can point you to state programs as well as power company programs that may provide financial rebates or incentives for greener roofing choices.
We build roof systems and provide maintenance in the following cities and counties in Northern California: