Choosing an Energy-Efficient Roof
You probably think about your roof in terms of the weather protection it provides for your home, but how often do you consider its energy efficiency? If you’re planning to have your home’s roof replaced, there are a few factors to consider if you’d like a roof that will help your home’s thermal performance.
Selecting Your Roofing Material
Let’s face it, affordability is one of the most important considerations of roofing for most homeowners. Therefore, the ideal roofing option is one that’s constructed of the most energy-efficient roof material that still fits your budget. In most cases, that’s going to be asphalt shingles. Shingle roofs, that feature high-performance products and are installed properly, are an excellent choice for colder climates.
Choose a Roofing Company You Can Trust
Installation is crucial, as any roof that isn’t installed properly won’t allow for sufficient attic ventilation and will hurt a home’s thermal performance. If you’re ready to have an energy-efficient roof installed on your New England home, look to NEWPRO. Our Max-Protect Roofing System is designed to provide unmatched performance in the local climate, and our factory-certified technicians offer flawless installations.
Contact NEWPRO today to schedule a free roof inspection for your New England home.