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StLouis White TPO Roof Project CAD Detail

CAD Detail No: 9821 White TPO Flat Roof Replacement Detail using Structodeck.

Eco Friendly White TPO Roof Job Site Project Photos bottom of page
I've found that making a simple and quick graphic image to use as a visual tool to explain a building system repair to a client is easier when I provide a "non technical" image of the proposed work to be done.Why GAF EverGuard® TPO Outperforms standard TPO in heat aging and UV tests—the best predictors of TPO performance
- Independent TPO Study proves EverGuard® TPO 60 mil Membrane is the best standard TPO in accelerated aging. View the key findings and full study here.
- After accelerated heat aging at 275°F (135°C) for 112 days, EverGuard® TPO showed no cracking—while every one of the competitors’ samples had failed!
- UV testing—Greater than 2.5 times the industry standard (ASTM D6878 weather resistance test) Guarantees are available up to 25 years when using EverGuard® TPO 60 mil Membrane.* Easier to install due to:
- Large …

Porch Roof Replacement

Photos and Project Descriptions of Roof Replacement on Front Porch of Investment Property in South St Louis MO Material Supplier, Roofing Supply Group of St Louis- (My Preferred Roofing Supplier)CertainTeed Ashphalt Shingles, Drip Edge, Lumber, and Misc Materials
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Used Clay Roofing Tiles For Sale

Clay Roofing Tiles - Recycled via Old World Roofing Company see article: Recycling is not just for Cans Clay Tiles from Porch of House

170-Good Pcs

31- Minor Damage Useable

22- 1/2 Size Pcs

22- Edge Pcs

79 Ln Ft Ridge Cap

1 - Ridge Cap End Piece

RE:How to Save Money on Your Winter Heating Bills

Did the first Snow of the Year catch you unprepared for winter?Is there enough insulation in your attic, walls, or floor?Do you feel cold air drafts around your windows and doors?Are your Heating bills higher this year than past years?Have you chosen to become an active participant to Reduce the Earth's Climate Change?If you answered YES to any of the above questions its not too late to make your Building more Energy Efficient
Insulation Levels [R-Value] For the St Louis Region (suggestions by the US Dept of Energy) Attic Insulation Level Should be a Minimum Level R-49Wall Insulation Level Minimum Level R-13Flooring Insulation Minimum Level R-30Basement Interior Wall Minimum Level R-11Stop Cold Air Drafts in the Exterior Walls of Your Building by
Installing Weather Stripping around your Doors and WindowsSeal all Exterior Wall Electrical Boxes with Electrical Box SealerSeal Exterior Obtrusion's in Exterior Walls with Caulk or Spray…

New Solar Roofing Option is Win-Win

On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 9:13 AM, Scott's Contracting <> wrote:

A Roof that: Generates Electricity is a Win-Win for Generating Clean Electricity and Protecting your Home-Scotty

Does your Shingle Roof need Replaced? Consider a Roofing Shingle that also creates Electricity.  The new DOW POWERHOUSE™ Solar Shingle Received UL Certification as a Roofing Material that creates Clean Green Energy via the Integrated Solar Photovoltaic Electricity Producing System. 

The DOW™ POWERHOUSE™ solar shingle has chosen thin-film CIGS (Copper Indium Gallium deSelenide) as the PV material in the Solar Shingle to convert the Suns Rays into use-able Electricity for your Home and Business.

DOW™ POWERHOUSE™ solar shingle will become available to the US public mid 2011.  Till then Scotts Contracting will be researching the Electrical Out-Put, Efficiency, and Other variables that are needed to determine if the Solar Shingle is a cost-effective option for your Integrated Ro…

Radiant Barriers

Information Provided by:Scotty,Scott's Contracting GREEN BUILDER, St Louis "Renewable Energy" Missouri;; contact for additional information or to Schedule a "Free Green Site Evaluation"

Scotts Contracting Home Repair and Green Building Entrepreneur
Posting is Follow up on Radiant Barrier Issues:

August 2000-From Journal of Light Construction Radiant Heat Barriers

Q. I have seen many ads for radiant barriers designed to save energy. Is there any evidence that these radiant barriers can reduce home energy costs? If so, in what climates are they most effective? How should they be installed?

A. David Beal, building scientist at the Florida Solar Energy Center, responds: In cooling climates, radiant barriers can and do save cooling energy. Testing at the Florida Solar Energy Center and o…