Euroshield: Rubber roofing Shingles from recycled tires
Would you ever want a rubber roof?
The major ingredient in Rundle Slate, Ranchlands Shake, Vermont Slate, and Beaumont Shake is recycled tire rubber. In fact, 70% of a panel is recycled tire rubber. On average, 400 to 600 tires are used in the production of material required to cover a typical single-family residential home. Old tires are one of the most significant, and highly visible, sources of waste material generated today and G.E.M. Inc. is a major user of recycled rubber derived from these tires. In fact, Euroshield® roofing products used over 53% of the crumb rubber consumed by Alberta manufacturers, from Alberta processors, in 2015.
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How to Save Money on Roof Maintenance
When it comes to roofs, too often no attention is paid to it until something goes wrong. There may be a leak, or shingles missing or an odd water filled boil clinging to your ceiling.
The roof is the house’ crowning glory just a hair to a person. A roof is a symbol and at the same time a verbatim of safety and shield. Installing a new roof for your home is costly, a necessary investment whether it is a roof replacement or setting it up for the first time.
If you are like every homeowner in Pennsylvania, your home has been your largest investment. You searched for the right school district, the right neighborhood, asked how old the roof was, had a home inspection and went ahead and dotted your i’s and crossed your t’s at settlement.
One thing that many homeowners can agree on is that it can be a hassle to have to constantly clean the rain gutters attached to the roof. Typically, after a period of heavy rain and wind, the rain gutters can become clogged with leaves, twigs, branches and other large pieces of debris that it wasn’t designed to hold. While the frequency with which cleaning out this kind of debris depends on where you live and how severe the weather is at any given time of the year, it isn’t uncommon for homeowners in the places that experience the worst…
When it comes to your home the most important part is probably the roofing. It keeps out wind, rain, snow, sleet, hail and everything else that you don’t want, and it helps keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer.