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Restoration offers many attractive benefits that allow you to cost-effectively extend the life of your existing roof without the headaches of a tear-off and replacement. 

  1. Cost savings: Let’s face it—roof replacement is a major investment. The cost of labor and materials are substantial and rising every day. A restoration, which requires less labor and materials – may cost up to 60% less than a total roof replacement. 

  2. Cool factor: Cool Roof white coatings are highly reflective, greatly increasing solar reflectivity, which can significantly reduce interior cooling costs, lower HVAC maintenance costs, and increase the life of your HVAC equipment.

  3. Tax benefits for businesses and Renters: Restorations are financed through maintenance rather than capital budgets, which is a strong tax advantage. As a maintenance expense, a roof restoration means you can immediately expense your costs. Further, depending on where you live, there could be more tax advantages in the form of tax credits and rebates available for energy-efficient improvements, such as ENERGY STAR® qualification and LEED point contribution. These tax benefits are available on commercial, industrial, and multi-family residential projects.

  4. Multiple options: There are numerous, cost-effective restoration options available depending on your type of roofing system.

  5. Safety: With some roofing systems, a restoration can upgrade your roof to a Class A fire rating. You’ll not only enhance the safety of your building, you may also be able to lower your cost of insurance.

  6. Less Mess: Roof Replacement can be smelly, noisy and disruptive. Restoration is typically less intrusive to the people working/living in your building. Restoration projects can also take half the time to complete compared to a tear-off.

  7. Additional warranty: Our restoration systems are warranteed for up to 50 years. 

  8. Think green: With restoration, there will be far less toxic materials going in to already full landfills and leeching into our waterways. 

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