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  • Powerhouse Solar Shingles from Dow
  • Source: BUILDING PRODUCTS Magazine 12/6/2011
  • The Powerhouse Solar Shingles are a new roofing product that combines the performance and protection of a conventional asphalt roof with an integrated photovoltaic system that powers the home. More
  • Roofing Demand Forecast To Rise 5.7% Thru '15
  • Source: PROSALES Information Service 11/29/2011
  • Demand nationwide for roofing will rise an average of 5.7% per year between 2010 and 2015 to reach 263 million squares worth $24.4 billion, the Freedonia Group forecast.That's a turnaround from the previous five-year period, in which demand shrank 6.1% per year, going from 274.2 million squares in 2005 to 199.7 million squares in 2010, the Cleveland-based market research group said. More

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  • Tiledek Membrane - The Ideal Solution to Waterproofing and Crack Isolation Under Exterior Tile Applications
  • Source: ebuild 7/7/2009
  • Duradek Ultra Tiledek is already quickly proving itself as one of the leading products for waterproof roofing and crack isolation membranes under exterior tile or slate. Duradek Ultra Tiledek is an outdoor anti-fracture roofing membrane designed for use under exterior tile decks and roofs. Virtually identical to Duradek Ultra, Tiledek is an approved roofing membrane with a fabric laminated to its topside. The tiles can then bonded securely to the fabric-covered membrane with thinset mortar. More

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