Puget Sound Roof Runoff Study

In September 2015, the Water Environment Federation published the results from the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Puget Sound roof runoff study in Water Environment Research. The study tested 14 types of roofing materials for runoff water contaminants following rain events. The results from the runoff study

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Cool Roof in a Hot City

Reflective Roof System Helps Government Building in Florida Respond to Changing Codes October 9, 2014 *This article was originally published in Roofing Contractor magazine Whether you’re a roofing contractor, a building owner or even a politician, you’ve probably got one thing on your mind: energy efficiency. As energy

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School Reroof

BUR System Wins Top Roofing Honor for Conttactor in Denver, Colorado By James R. Kirby *This article was originally published in the July/August 2015 issue of Western Roofing magazine Denver, Colorado, can experience some of the most intense and unpredictable weather no matter what time of year

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Advances in Low-Slope Asphalt Roofing

Submitted by: Eileen Dutton, member of the Communications, Marketing and Education Committee for ARMA Low-slope asphalt roofing has been around for more than 100 years, but the technology it utilizes is continually advancing. Through scientific research and development, low-slope asphalt roofing has evolved to improve durability, reliability

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