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How To Improve Home Efficiency with a New Roof or Roof Replacement

How To Improve Home Efficiency with a New Roof or Roof Replacement - Roofing Contractor in Sacramento and Roseville

How To Improve Home Efficiency with a New Roof or Roof Replacement

Every year, the EPA puts together a list of the top cities in America that have the most ENERGY STAR certified buildings.  As of 2020, Sacramento ranks #22 out of #25. This is respectable but Bob Jahn believes we can all do better. We take great pride in helping our communities in Roseville, Rocklin, Loomis, Lincoln, Auburn, Sacramento County, Placer County, and the Highway 80 Corridor. And it would be a great achievement for us all if we can continue to have more ENERGY STAR-approved buildings. So we encourage contractors and property owners to continue taking proactive steps toward energy efficiency and sustainability in building. 

Let’s Talk Eco-Friendly Roofing Materials & Options

And we’re to help as best we can. We can help chart your property’s eventual adoption of eco-friendly roofing materials and options. A roofing contractor and expert, Bob Jahn is an ideal choice for roofing, roofers, commercial roofing, and residential Roofing. Our team utilizes roofing materials that help meet each client’s needs and energy-efficient goals. 

We Can Help Set Up Your Rainwater Collection System For Your Roof

Another aspect of roofing we can help you with has to do with collecting rainwater to help conserve water. This can be especially critical during long droughts. This process requires a proper roof and we can help you with this.

We also recommend tile roofing since it’s perfect for insulation. Air easily circulates under the tiles themselves conserving energy during warm or cool weather. Tiles are resistant to fire and weather damage. Since it enjoys a typically long lifespan, this helps prevent waste. 

Another critical aspect when considering energy efficiency is making sure your roof has proper ventilation as well as insulation. A roof with this setup has an attic that allows air to circulate both into and out of its space. 

As a reminder, if you have a metal or asphalt roof with pigmented coatings or cooling granules designed to reduce heat gain, you might be eligible for a tax credit.

Get a Quote On Your New Energy-Efficient Roof in Sacramento Today!

Choosing the most energy-efficient roof that is best for you is part of our job. We’d be glad to help so please consult with us. We look forward to hearing from you.

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