New Ventures in Green Recycled Roofing in Glendale

Recycled shingles are a great way to make your Glendale home green.

New Ventures in Green Recycled Roofing in Glendale
Glendale roofing expert and business owner, Jason Swim, informs consumers about cost-efficient and eco-friendly roofing options in Arizona.
Glendale, Arizona

More and more people are making choices for their home that are designed not just to increase its resale value but also to help protect the environment. Compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) that help reduce energy consumption are becoming more common. Energy companies are offering incentives for homeowners to change out their conventional toilets with low-flush models that save many gallons of water. Many homeowners have started compost bins that allow them to turn food and other household waste into valuable fertilizer for their lawns and gardens. Some families have even committed to reducing their annual household waste to zero.

Roofing has traditionally involved materials that are very harsh on the environment, such as shingles that contain petroleum and other toxic chemicals. However, there has been a shift in recent years toward using more eco-friendly materials and roofing practices. Consider asking your roofing contractor about one of these new ventures in green recycled roofing in Glendale:

Asphalt Shingle Recycling

Asphalt shingles are a popular roofing option because they are low-cost and have a reasonably long life span. However, they also contain toxic chemicals that could contribute to land and water pollution if they ended up in the landfill.

If you are investing in a new Glendale roof this year, ask your roofing contractor to recycle the shingles. Asphalt shingles are primarily recycled for use in road construction, but other uses are being explored. You can also recycle the shingles yourself by finding a recycling location near you. Check shinglerecycling.org or earth911.com.

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Recycled Shingles

For your new roof, you can choose from a number of options for recycled shingles in Glendale. Materials like plastic, rubber, cellulose (paper and wood) and more. Recycled shingles are usually a composite of different materials, but they can be created to look like real slate or beautiful wood, such as cedar shake. No one would ever know the difference in looking at the shingles that they are not the real thing, and they will perform just as well.

Another major advantage of recycled shingles is that they cost much less than the materials they mimic. You’ll pay much, much more for real slate than you would the recycled shingles designed to look like it.

There are many more ways to make your roof more eco-friendly besides recycling your old roofing materials or choosing recycled shingles for your new roof. Green roofs allow you to plant an entire garden directly on your roof. You can grow your own food, take advantage of open space, and provide more insulation for your home. Installing solar panels on your roof also allows you to cut back the energy consumption of your home and to reduce your overall carbon footprint.

Arizona Native Roofing is happy to work with homeowners and businesses throughout Glendale and the surrounding area to find the green roofing options that work with your budget and provide the best protection for your property. Every roofing contractor on our team has years of experience and receives ongoing training to learn about the latest advances in roofing technology. We stay ahead of cutting-edge changes so that we can offer our customers the very best roofing options. Call us today to learn more about your green roofing options and how they can help you save money while also saving the environment.

Written By:
Jason Swim - Owner of Arizona Native Roofing – Owner
Arizona Native Roofing
24008 N. 104th Avenue
Peoria, Arizona 85383
Office: 602-348-6559
Website: arizonanativeroofing.com

Category: Roofing
Genre: Home Repair

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