Thinking of going green with solar?
Ask about our sloped and flat roof options.
With a 110 MPH wind resistance and a more aesthetically pleasing design, roof integrated shingles are rapidly gaining popularity. Traditional style solar panels are elevated over the roofs surface leaving a gap for snow to enter and rain to flow beneath. This still leaves the shingles below the solar panels vulnerable to weather yet harder to repair when leaks occur. A solar integrated roof is installed by one company as opposed to hiring a roofer and installing your new panels by others. This savings can be worth thousands.
Solar Integrated Roofing