Johns Manville Expands Cool-Roof Product Line
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A Perfect Shade of Blue -- For Roofing
Scientists at Oregon State University accidentally stumble on a new shade of blue...
Green roofing's opportunity may be cool for school
For roofing professionals, green roofs and rooftop PVs involve completely new...
Cool roofs become a roofing hot button
A recent article in the popular press takes to task the energy-saving claims of...
Massachusetts roofer Jim Lydon once got a call from a client complaining that the roof Lydon had installed was "leaking like a sieve." When he arrived to inspect, Lydon found that the homeowner, hoping to save money on her fuel bill, had plugged up all the soffit vents.