An "Eco-Friendly Roof"


#1

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We believe the unmatched beauty, GE durability, safety, eco-friendliness, ease of installation, Lifetime Warranty, energy saving costs, and lowest shipping costs will make ArmorLite Roofing the number one choice of builders, distributors, contractors and homeowners alike. Aside from the above mentioned, Roofing Contractors in particular enjoy the benefits of higher profit margins, quicker install times, less wear and tear on their crews, and lower workman’s comp claims. Weighing only 70 lbs. per square and requiring only 4 nails/screws per 1 ft. x 4 ft. panel, the benefits become very apparent to the Contractor.

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#2

SPAM…booo!!!


#3

just another commercial.

“Oh yeah best thing since toilet paper.”


#4

Seen it in a magazine. Looks like a headache all the way around to me. You like it, you install and service it.


#5

Not intended to be “SPAM” Just making an introduction. As far as being a headache, not one of our 240+ certified nationwide contractors think so. But to each their own-


#6

“As far as being a headache, not one of our 240+ certified nationwide contractors think so. But to each their own-”

I hear that but since the roof system is so new I highly doubt many (if any) of your 241 certified contractors have even had a chance to install one let alone make a service call yet.
I mean hey, they look great for penthouses and the like and I bet they have a nice insulation factor. I wouldn’t be interested in ever installing one though, lol.


#7

any injury ive ever had roofing was NOT caused or not caused by the material we were using.


#8

then ends with

[quote=“JSciarra4”]
not one of our 240+ certified nationwide contractors think so. [/quote]

Nice way of turning a Spam defense into more spam .

What selling technique is that ??

the porcupine technique ??

Good try do .

Yep and “my own” will never be putting plants on my roof …

In my personal oipinion the roof is to protect the building structure from rain/water intrusion/damage .

And i am sure a roof drains much better without plants and dirt on it .


#9

I now know this is not the place to introduce new concepts to fellow roofers.

Our product has been used in commercial applications for many years now, its even on some of the major casinos in Vegas. We just finished the R/D stages of our new “Eco-Friendly” material with GE, and wanted to share it with many of the residential roofers. Thought this would be a good place, i guess not.

In response to “QRFL”, i belive you misread what i posted. There is no plant/dirt in our product, LOL


#10

Acknowledge


#11

Not sure what you’d consider a “Green Roof”. But the new Green Roof system that has been in the trade magazines does indeed involve plantings. Perhaps you should make more of an effort to be less ambiguous next time. shrug

www.greenroofs.com

www.greenroofs.org

www.greenroof.com


#12

Yes green roofs are still a popular choice among the elderly. they also still like red. remember sunset brick “man was that ugly.”


#13

When i use “Green Roofing” i am referring to “Eco-Friendly” roofing.

Using non-toxic material, recyclable material, energy star rated, cool roof compliant, having a R-Value, ect.

I am sorry for the mis-communication :slight_smile:


#14

i dont know what to say.
hello i guess.

gweedo.


#15

can i mop coal tar directly to this stuff or does it have to be primed first?


#16

no no no!! this is a finish product. looks like slate or shake. this product is for 4:12 or greater slopes, and goes right over the felt. Its not an underlayment


#17

Look at the website pics: www.armorliteroofing.com


#18

How many layers can I nail over that crap ? Green shingle of course.


#19

I agree with the “SPAM” statement because this was posted in the section for general roofing questions, NOT in the Roofing Business or Classifieds section.

So, IMO, SPAM it am.

Yes, I do like green roofing man… but not SPAM, no Ma’am.