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Cool Roofs save YOU money by reflecting sunlight and heat, reducing roof temperatures from 30 to 70 degrees, therefore reducing “cooling loads” by upwards of 20%. Average energy savings range from 7% to 15% of total cooling costs.

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Energy Savings

By reflecting sunlight and heat away from the building, cool roofs can reduce roof temperatures by 30 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit. This reduction in heat absorption translates to lower cooling loads, resulting in average energy savings ranging from 7% to 15% of total cooling costs.

Improved Comfort

Cool roofs help maintain lower indoor temperatures, creating a more comfortable and enjoyable environment for building occupants, employees, and customers.

Extended Roof Lifespan

By reducing thermal stress and UV exposure, cool roofs can extend the lifespan of roofing materials, leading to reduced maintenance costs and fewer premature replacements.

Environmental Benefits

Cool roofs contribute to mitigating the urban heat island effect and reducing greenhouse gas emissions associated with air conditioning usage, thereby promoting environmental sustainability.

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Warranty lengths vary based on the type of materials used. Flat roofs can have anywhere form a 10-year to 25-year manufacturer warranty. Shingle roofs generally have a 40 year prorated manufacturer warranty.

Often times an estimate can be generated within a day or two of an inspection. In peak periods such as the rainy season, estimates can take longer.

A minor leak repair is usually $600-1,000. If the repairs needed are more significant, the price can go up. However an estimate should be provided for any significant roof work.

I would suggest something similar to the following: A warranty is the period of time the roof has a manufacturer or contractor guarantee for, offering the owner some kind of protection on workmanship, material, and needed repairs. Life expectancy is how long a roof should actually last. A well installed roof will usually outperform the warranty by many years. Life expectancy is an important and often unconsidered component when selecting a roof system.

Roofs can leak due to many factors. Age, wear and tear, poor installation, lack of upkeep, other vendors working atop the roof are among the main factors. The volume and type of rain can also be a factor as not every rain is windy or heavy enough to create leaks.

Performing proper and consistent maintenance will give your roof the best chance to perform. Roofs that are well maintained last longer than roofs that are not cared for. Preventing leaks is always one of the primary goals of a maintenance. Identifying issues before they turn into problems during the rainy season helps prevent aggravation and added costs for repairs later on.