Residential Green Roof Contractors Washington DC

Local resource for residential green roof contractors in Washington. Includes detailed information on local contractors that provide access to green roof construction, solar panelling, shingles, extensive green roofs, intensive green roofs, semi-intensive green roofs, and green roof installation, as well as advice and content on green roof gardens and plants.

Center for Environmental Innovation in Roofing
(866) 928-CEIR
816 Connecticut Ave. NW
Washington, DC
 
Center for Environmental Innovation in Roofing
(866) 928-CEIR
816 Connecticut Ave. NW
Washington, DC
 
Star Roofing
(202) 543-6383
1159 4th St NE
Washington, DC
 
Roof One Inc
(202) 544-9430
Washington, DC
 
American Roofing
(202) 362-4243
Washington, DC
 
Capitol Greenroofs
301-452-1144
5806 9th Road North
Arlington, VA
 
Enterprise Home Improvement Co Inc
(202) 399-2677
4025 Minnesota Ave NE
Washington, DC
 
Boyd John Construction
(202) 223-7663
Washington, DC
 
Wagner Roofing Rcf DC
(202) 965-9030
1045 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington, DC
 
Rooftech Llc
(202) 529-2290
3201 8th St NE
Washington, DC
 

Roof Renovations 101- Go Green, Get Pretty with New Roofing Solutions

When it comes to renovations, not many people place a lot of focus on the roof of their home. Essentially, a roof is there to protect the home and its occupants from the elements, and doesn’t really need to look amazing or have the latest styles incorporated. However, reviving your roof can actually do a lot for your home. A new roof will not only make your home look better, but it can also add value and help you to become more eco-friendly at the same time.

 

Roofing Options

 

There are a variety of ways to ‘green’ your roof...
 
-Living Roofs. For starters, if you have a flat roof, you can easily plant green vegetation on it to attract and store the sunlight, giving you a rooftop garden that is also a source of energy. Vegetation is a great material for roofing that has been used for centuries to keep the elements outside and maintain temperature. Of course, if your roof has any sizeable pitch, you won’t be able to use this option.

 

-Aluminum roofing. This material comes in many different colors today if you want something more attractive. However, aluminum is very good at keeping a barrier between the elements and your home. It keeps the outside out and the indoor air in better than most roofing materials. It’s also cheap, often recycled, and basically maintenance-free.

 

-Solar panels and sky lights. These are great sources of roofing materials when you want to cut back on how much material you actually use. You can install sky lights for less electricity usage in your home, lower roofing costs, and more energy efficiency. Solar panels will also increase your green image and help lower your electric costs. At the same time, you’r...

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