Green Roofing in OKC

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Timberline Cool Series Energy-Saving Shingles

First American Timberline Cool SeriesNow get potential energy savings and cost savings when you install GAF Timberline Cool Series Shingles from one of our Oklahoma City roofers.

Thanks to modern reflective technology, you can join the green revolution with Cool Series Roofing Shingles. Our highly reflective shingles can help to reduce temperatures in your attic, so your home will stay cooler in the summer—to save on air conditioning costs when our OKC roofing contractor installs these energy-saving shingles.

Simply put, our Cool Series Shingles use specially designed roofing granules that have greater reflectance than traditional shingles. This results in less the transfer of heat to the space below—to keep you cooler in the summer.

Not only that, Timberline Cool Series Shingles are made with the patented StainGuard algae protection to assure the beauty of your roof against unsightly blue-green algae!

It's sooo cool!*

Timberline Cool Series is an ENERGY STAR qualified roof product.

  • Saves Money and Energy. According to the EPA, about $40 billion is spent annually in the U.S. to air condition buildings — one-sixth of all electricity generated in a year! ENERGY STAR qualified roof products may reduce the amount of air conditioning needed in buildings, and may reduce energy bills.
  • Downsizes Cooling Equipment. A reflective roof can reduce peak cooling demand. As a result, the home or building owner may be able to purchase a smaller, more efficient, and less expensive cooling system.
  • May Increase Roof Product Life. ENERGY STAR

First American Roofing Radiant Barrier PlywoodRadiant Barrier Plywood

To understand how a hot attic heats your house, you need to forget something you've said your whole life: Heat rises. Wrong. Heat doesn't know up from down. Hot air rises because its less dense than cold air, but otherwise, heat moves from hot places to cool places. When the sun shines on a roof, the plywood or sheathing warms up and radiates heat, which in turn warms anything solid, like rafters, joists, air handlers, and ducts. The warmer these things get, the warmer the ceilings get, and the harder the air conditioner has to work to cool the house. To combat this problem, many builders in hot climates have made radiant-barrier roof sheathing standard on their houses.

Basically plywood with a thin aluminum facing on one side, radiant-barrier sheathing installs like any other roof sheathing. You just have to keep the shiny side face down. You might wonder why the shiny side facing down wouldn't just reflect heat back into the attic. The short answer is that it does, which is a benefit in the winter, but radiant-barrier sheathing is actually not designed to keep attics cool by reflecting heat. It keeps them cool by not emitting heat in the first place.