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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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  • CertainTeed CoolStar Roofing Products Help Reduce Energy Costs and Keep Buildings Cooler
  • Source: ebuild 11/8/2007
  • CertainTeed CoolStarA roof is a building's first line of defense in controlling energy consumption, thanks to innovations like CertainTeed Corporation's CoolStar reflectant surface for low-slope roofing. The energy-wise CoolStar technology was initially unveiled last fall on CertainTeed's Flintglas Cap Sheet. Now CertainTeed is pleased to announce an expanded line of 14 low-slope roofing granulated cap sheet membranes featuring CoolStar-coated surfaces. More
  • Louisiana Architect Endorses CertainTeed Two-Ply Modified Bitumen Roof Systems For Hurricane-Regions
  • Source: ebuild 7/17/2007
  • St. Landry Parish School Board hired Irvin J. Kohler, senior partner of Kohler Architects, based in Washington, Louisiana, to design a low-slope modified bitumen roof system with enough durability to withstand future severe storms. After evaluating a variety of top-of-the line roofing membranes and insulation, Kohler found what he was looking for in the CertainTeed FRP-C-U2 two-ply modified bitumen roofing system. The system consists of a double layer of roof insulation, with CertainTeed Ultra Poly SMS Base Sheet and Flintlastic Premium FR-P Cap Sheet -- both thicker than the average bitumen membrane. More

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