Welcome to Cool Roofing Systems
Did you know that cool roofing products remain 50-60 degrees F cooler than traditional roofing materials during hot weather? Traditional roofs absorb 85-95% of the solar energy they receive. This translates to a roof surface temperatures of 150 – 185 degrees F on a hot summer day. This heat builds up during the daytime hours, baking the materials of your roof and heating the interior of the structure below, raising your cooling costs. In contrast, a cool roof would reach a peak temperature of 110-115 degrees F on that same hot summer day. These reduced surface temperatures from cool roofs can lower air temperature, not only in your building, but throughout the community.