More stories about Roofing

  • state of vegetation

    Kaplan Thompson Architects: LiveRoof's modular roof system.

  • green roof professional designation program launched

  • web-exclusive: the green roof decision

  • seam heat

    Kuklinski and Rappe Architects: Petersen Aluminum produces a variety of roofing products out of 24-gauge hot-dipped galvanized steel or aluminum.

  • sod fellows

    Studio A: Green roof waterproofing systems from Soprema.

  • Seeds of Change

    Rockhill and Associates: Modular Green Roof Blocks streamline the installation of sod roofs.

  • bilt to last

    Custom-Bilt Metals is a manufacturer for all seasons. The 26-gauge steel of the company's Vail TITAN Select Shingles protects against high winds, heavy rains, and hail.

  • Real Appeal

    Donald Powers Architects: No. 1 Grade Blue Label shingles are a premium-grade product for roofs and sidewalls and can be steamed for curved applications. The shingles are comprised of 100 percent defect-free heartwood with a 100 percent edge grain.

  • Warm Steel

    Van Dam Architecture and Design: Ideal Roofing's corrugated steel roofs are oven-baked and pre-painted and can be custom-cut to lengths of up to 40 feet in 30 colors.

  • Easy Does It

    Baylis Architects: Taylor Metal Products' Easy Lock standing-seam metal roofing comes in 16-gauge and 24-gauge steel that can withstand wind gusts of up to 140 miles per hour, according to the manufacturer.