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Metal Roofs

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Metal roofs have recently begun to enjoy increased popularity among American homeowners. Over the years innovative new technologies have resulted in the fashioning of metal roofs that are sleek, stylish and sophisticated and nothing like the old-fashioned tin roofs. With metals roofs coming in a variety of recycled materials like copper, aluminum, stainless steel, and tin, there are a number of options for the homeowner who has his eyes set on a metal roof.
There are numerous advantages to choosing a metal roof. Metal roofs are notoriously tough, and they can often last for the entire lifetime of a house. Metal roofs can withstand the consistent abuse from bad weather and still come out looking great.

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED ®) The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Green Building Rating System ™ provides a committee developed set of guidelines for the creation of buildings and residences that are kind to the environment and beneficial to their inhabitants From reducing heat islands to improving indoor air quality, LEED approved projects strive to implement a comprehensive set of sustainable green building practices. (Source www.usbgc.org)

Energy Star

ENERGY STAR approved products help owners of homes and commercial buildings to save money by using less energy These same products are equally beneficial to the environment in terms of reducing the amount of smog-inducing chemicals in the air and helping to reduce heat islands ENERGY STAR products are a win for the pocketbook and the conscience.(Source www.energystar.gov)

The Model Green Home Building Guidelines as established by the National Association of Homebuilders were created to provide a nationally recognized guide to building homes that protect the environment while seeing to the comfort of the inhabitants.