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Elevate Your Roof -Green Roofing Project of the Month

Orchard Central is Singapore’s first ‘vertical mall’ at 12 stories above ground.  Singapore's tallest vertical mall offers a 24-hour public garden at the roof top, complete with green walls up to 10 meters tall. Highlights An extensive green wall up to 13 meters high stretches from the 11th to 12th stories to create a ‘green blanket’ that is highly visible Continue Reading

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Understanding Cool Roofs

Cool roofs are ideal for Florida's hot and humid climate, as they are most effective in areas where temperatures and air conditioning use are high.  By reducing heat gain through the roof surface, cool roofs decrease air conditioning use that leads to 10-30% in energy savings at the hottest part of the day, when energy demand is at its peak.  Continue Reading

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FPL Gives Best Roofing an “A” for Reflective Roof Installations

Good news Friday! FPL conducted their annual contractor field visit at Best Roofing yesterday regarding our partnership with FPL on their energy efficient roof savings program. After reviewing all contractor information, we are excited to announce that Best Roofing received an “A” as a final score!  Woot Woot! What does that mean according to FPL? 1.    We installed 31 commercial Continue Reading

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Schools Are Taking the Lead in Eco-Friendly Roofing

Since the U.S. Green Building Council has been encouraging schools to go green, our nation’s schools are now leading the way in educating their students and communities on the importance of maintaining a healthy environment and decreasing their energy needs. One way they are doing this is by planting gardens on the rooftops of their schools, commonly called a green Continue Reading

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Cool Roof Systems Save Money and the Environment

Whitening roofs is proving to be extremely advantageous for the environment. Since white roofs reflect far more of the sun’s heat than black roofs, buildings with white roofs stay cooler and thus require less air conditioning – saving energy. In fact, converting the world’s rooftops to white roof systems would offset the emissions of the world’s cars for the next Continue Reading

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