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  • Smog-Eating Roofing
  • Source: BUILDING PRODUCTS Magazine 2/2/2011
  • A titanium dioxide coating on MonierLifetile’s smog-eating roofing reacts with sunlight to neutralize nitrogen oxide pollutants; the leftover organic nitrate residue rinses off when it rains, where it can aid grass and plant growth. According to the firm, a 2,000-square-foot roof can eliminate the same amount of nitrogen oxide that a car produces driving 10,800 miles. More
  • ProSlate Roofing Tile
  • Source: ebuild 3/16/2009
  • ProSlate roofingManufactured with fireproof, all-weather clay, ProSlate roofing offers the look of natural slate and is lightweight, strong, and durable, the maker says. The roofing carries a Class A fire rating, and it is 100 percent recyclable. It is available in light gray, dark gray, charcoal, and green. 800.252.9548. More

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  • Hanson Roof Tile expands vibrant color blends of new Southern Collection to Hacienda profile tile
  • Source: ebuild 8/14/2007
  • Hanson Roof Tile, one of the country's leading manufacturers of roof tile, announces the expansion of the vibrant color blends of its Southern Collection to the Hacienda style tile produced at the company's newest facility in Sanderson. Now available in the Regal and Hacienda profiles, the Southern Collection comes in seven color blends: Sanderson, Molasses, Spanish Moss, Carolina, Plantation, Palmetto and Sweetgrass. The Sanderson plant started production in summer 2006 with an official opening held in January. Because of its northeast Florida location, the Sanderson facility enables Hanson to serve customers better in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. More

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