7405 Greenback Ln Ste 223, Citrus Heights, CA 95610
Allstate Roofing is a leading provider of commercial roofing for businesses, government agencies and other institutions. Our business is dedicated to providing quality roofing with value and dependable service. We are committed to building lasting relationships with our customers, and we continue to cultivate these relationships by providing outstanding quality roofing that lasts.
We are able to provide quality commercial roofing for any size project, whether large or small. Our highly trained roofers use the latest equipment to provide cost effective roofing services and timely completion of your new construction or re-roofing project. In addition to the best quality equipment, we use high quality roofing products and exceptional workmanship to deliver value to every customer.
One of the common problems today with roofing is heat loss and heat gain due to temperature changes. Heat loss during the winter months increase electricity or gas usage as the tendency is to increase the room temperature because it feels cold. During summer months, the opposite is true and the tendency is to lower the thermostat which increases energy consumption. To stop this vicious cycle, it is important to come up with a plan to save energy. This can be done by minimizing heat loss during winter and heat gain during summer. One contributing factor to this energy-savings a new high-performance roof installed by the professionals at Allstate Roofing.
At Allstate Roofing we use several energy-efficient roofs available on the market today. Some of these types of roofs are: asphalt shingles, metal, reflective coating, clay and slate.
There are a lot of cutting edge roofing methods that can decrease energy costs up to 40 percent. Asphalt shingles are energy-efficient since they have an increased lifespan compared to conventional shingles. They have long-lasting performance with a 50-year lifespan instead of a more common 15-year lifespan. The shingles are made out of energy-efficient materials that can resist extreme temperatures. They are also designed to reflect solar energy from the roof allowing for a cooler and more comfortable room ambience.
Anyone interested in energy saving building materials should consider 'cool metal roofing.' This type of roofing can save up to 40 percent on energy consumption during the summer because it is highly reflective properties.
Manufacturers have creatively developed clay and slate roofing that will not only benefit the environment but also can help save money by decreasing monthly electric bills. Clay and slate tiles are great for warmer climates since they are very energy efficient. Consider these suggestions for your next new roof and you will find increased energy savings as well as increased value in your home.
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