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Cool Metal Roofing and Energy Star


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Why Is Cool Metal Roofing Important?


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The U.S. Energy Forecast

The US primary energy consumption is expected to grow 1.1% annually

Source: Energy Information Administration (EIA)


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By The Year 2030

Our nation’s electricity demands will be 45% greater than today

Source: Nuclear Energy Institute


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Energy Codes

  • Reduce Energy Consumption

  • Reduce Utility Expenses

  • Reduce Environmental Emissions

  • Improve Thermal Comfort

  • Extend Natural Resources

Since 1989 energy codes have increased stringency by 23%


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Conservation and Efficiency

“The cheapest, most reliable source of new energy is saved energy.”

Peter Turnbull, PG&E


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New Residential Rebate Program

  • Reflective Roof component of FPL’s Residential Building Envelope Program

  • Presently: rebate of $0.10/ft2

    • Min. TSR of 0.65 for metal roofing

    • Min. TSR of 0.73 for tile roofing

  • Future: Flat incentive as of November 1, 2006

    • $325 to customer purchasing qualified roof, and

    • $200 to contractor selling qualified roof

  • Spring 2007

    • Adding $0.50/ft2 incentive for residential condominium roofs

      • White membranes or white coatings with min TSR of 0.73

Note: Only roofing materials listed on Energy Star website or CRRC directory are eligible for FPL rebates


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LEED-NC Version 2.2

Sustainable Sites Credit 7.2

Heat Island Effect: Roofing (1 Point)

“Use roofing materials having a Solar Reflectance Index (SRI) equal to or greater than the values in the table below for a minimum of 75% of the roof surface.”


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What Qualifies ?

Low Slope (min SRI = 78)

Steep Slope (min SRI = 29)

NOTE: Unpainted passivated Galvalume® sheet 1 and acrylic-coated Galvalume® sheet 2 do not meet the min SRI values

1 based on TSR of 0.78, and emittance of 0.08

2 based on TSR of 0.68, and emittance of 0.08


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Americans spend about

$40 billion

annually to air condition buildings – one-sixth of all electricity generated in this country.


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What is Energy Star ???

ENERGY STAR is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy helping us all save money and protect the environment through energy efficient products and practices.


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Qualifying Requirements – Low Slope

  • Low Slope: Surface with a slope of 2:12 or less

    • Initial Solar Reflectance of:

      • Greater or Equal to 65%

    • Maintenance of SR: (three year reading)

      • greater than or equal to 50% (-15% SR over 3 years) under normal conditions.

    • Thermal Emittance:

      • Greater than or equal to 75%.

    • SRI Alternative: to be used if the roof product cannot achieve thermal emittance value:

      • Initial SRI equal to or greater to 75

        • Maintenance of SRI: equal to greater to 53


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Qualifying Requirements – Steep Slope

  • Steep Slope:Surface with a slope of 2:12 or greater

    • Initial Solar Reflectance of:

      • Greater or Equal to 25%

    • Maintenance of SR: (three year reading)

      • greater than or equal to 15% (-10% SR over 3 years) under normal conditions.

    • Thermal Emittance:

      • Greater than or equal to 75%.

    • SRI Alternative: to be used if the roof product cannot achieve thermal emittance value:

      • Initial SRI equal to or greater to 18

        • Maintenance of SRI: equal to greater to 4


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Beige

Off-White

White

Tan

Bright White

Medium to

Light Gray

Bright Red

Terra Cotta

Medium to Light Brown

Medium to Light Green

Medium to Light Blue

Red

Dark Blue

Dark Brown

Dark Green

Black

Dark Grey

Effect of TSR Requirements on Color Families

0.70

CRRC Approved Color Families

0.65

0.55

0.45

Pearlescent Silver

0.40

Pearlescent Copper

0.35

TSR

0.32

0.25


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ATAS Colors that are ENERGY STAR Approved


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Tax Incentives


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Energy Policy Act of 2005Tax Credits and Deductions

  • Residential

    • Tax credits up to $500 for home improvements (homeowners)

    • Tax credits up to $2000 for new home energy efficiency (contractors)

  • Commercial

    • Tax deductions up to $1.80/ft2 for energy efficient building (building owners)

  • For taxable years 2006 and 2007


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Tax credits – Existing Homes

  • All ENERGY STAR® labeled metal roofs qualify for the $500 tax credit

  • Must be expected to last 5 years OR have a 2 year warranty

  • Installation costs are not included

  • Manufacturer’s Certification Statement is required

    • For tax purposes, save your receipt and the Manufacturer's Certification Statement

    • The IRS encourages manufacturers to provide these Certifications on their website to facilitate identification of qualified products

    • Homeowner does not have to submit a copy with tax returns


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Tax Credits are More Valuable Than Tax Deductions

  • Tax credits reduce amount of tax owed dollar for dollar

  • Tax deduction merely reduces amount of income subject to tax

    Example:

    $500 tax credit saves a person $500 in taxes

    $500 tax deduction saves a person $140 in taxes

    $2000 tax credit saves a person $2000 in taxes

    $2000 tax deduction saves a person $560 in taxes


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Possible Extension To EP Act of 2005

Bill introduced to Senate in June 2006 by Sen. Olympia Snowe (R) ME and Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D) CA

“EXTEND the Energy Efficiency Incentives Act of 2006”

S.3628


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Provisions

  • Extend tax credits/deductions through 2010

  • Incentives based on performance rather than cost

  • Sliding scale for home improvements

    • Tax credits from $800 (20% savings) to $2000 (50% savings)

  • Increases commercial tax deductions from $1.80 to $2.25 / ft2 for energy efficiency

  • Includes “asphalt roof with cooling granules” in addition to cool metal roofing


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Key Definitions

  • TSR / Total Solar Reflectance: amount of radiant energy reflected by a roofing material. Range is from 0 (total absorption and/or transmission) to 1.0 (total reflection).

  • Thermal Emittance: the ability of a material to release heat that it has absorbed. Range is from 0 to 1.0. The higher the emittance the better

  • Production Line Color: “Standard color offerings by the manufacturer and are promoted in general product information and in marketing materials”

  • Custom Color: A Custom Color is not individually promoted in general product information and marketing materials.

  • Color Families:18 specific color space ranges designed by the CMRC to allow Licensed Sellers with large color portfolios to register groups of colors at a reduced cost with the CRRC. ( Hunter L a b / Default SRV )

  • AITL: Accredited Independent Test Laboratory. Independent lab accredited by the CRRC to evaluate radiative properties of roofing materials

  • AMTL: Accredited Manufacturing Test Laboratory. Lab affiliated with a Licensed Seller or OM accredited by the CRRC to evaluate radiative properties of roofing materials


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Dutch Seam

  • 11”,15”& 19¼” Wide Panels

  • 1 ½” Panel Depth

  • WIND-LOKTM Seam Design

  • Panels can be Tapered

MRD110 - 11”

1½”

MRD150 - 15”

MRD194 - 19.25”


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Dutch Seam


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Dutch Seam


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Standing Seam Panels

  • Finishes

    • Kynar 500®/Hylar 5000® - 30 standard colors

    • Anodized aluminum - clear or dark bronze

    • Mill finish galvalume steel

    • Natural copper

  • Textures

    • Smooth

    • Stucco embossed


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Z Purlin

Lip

Standard Length - 21 Modules - 13’ 10”

ScanRoof

  • Profile

    • Northern European tile configuration with a 7 7/8” repeat pattern

  • Material

    • 24 ga. G90 galvanized steel

  • Pitch  3:12

  • Finish

    • Fluoropolymer

      Kynar 500®/Hylar 5000®


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ScanRoof

  • Structural

    • Spans up to 4’ 0” o.c.

    • Apply to open frame system or solid underlayment

  • 2” integral Z purlin

    • Allows for air flow between panel and substrate

  • Lightweight

    • Finished systems weighs only 145 lbs. per square

    • Tradition clay tile weighs up to 900 lbs. per square

  • Ideal for re-roofing

    • Often can be applied over current roofing materials

    • Eliminates “tear-off”


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ScanRoof

  • Applications

    • Commercial and residential roofing

    • Mansards

    • Equipment screens

  • Field tested and approved

    • UL580 class 90

    • UL790 class A & B (fire)

    • ICBO (4623)


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ScanRoof


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ScanRoof


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14”

8”

Panel is 42” wide

39 ¾” exposed

42” minimum

(3 tiles)

TechoTile

  • Profile

    • “S” or mission tile configuration

    • Scallop is an 8” repeat

  • Material

    • .032 aluminum

    • 26 ga., 24 ga. G90 galvanized steel

  • Pitch  3:12

  • Finish

    • Fluoropolymer Kynar500®/

      Hylar 5000®

  • Textures

    • Traditional matte

    • Glazed


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TechoTile

  • Structural

    • Spans up to 28” o.c.

    • Apply to open frame system or solid underlayment

  • Easy to install

    • Eave to ridge application

    • Custom cut lengths

  • Lightweight

    • Finished systems weighs only 145 lbs./sq. in steel;

      75lbs./sq. in aluminum

  • Ideal for re-roofing

    • Often can be applied over current roofing materials

    • Eliminates “tear-off”


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TechoTile

  • Applications

    • Commercial and residential roofing

    • Mansards

    • Equipment screens

  • Testing

    • Tested in accordance with Dade County Protocol PA 100-95


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TechoTile


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CastleTop

  • Profile

    • 16” x 16” diamond shaped shingle

  • Material

    • .032 aluminum

    • 16 oz. copper

    • .028 zinc

  • Pitch  3:12

  • Finish

    • Fluoropolymer Kynar 500®/ Hylar 5000® (embossed)

    • Natural (copper & zinc)


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CastleTop

  • Four way panel overlap

  • Concealed fasteners

  • Easy to install

    • Eave to ridge application

    • 78 pieces per square

  • Ideal for re-roofing

    • Often can be applied over current roofing materials

    • Eliminates “tear-off”

  • Design flexibility

    • Coordinate colors to create patterns


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CastleTop


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CastleTop

  • Applications

    • Commercial and residential roofing

    • Mansards

  • Testing

    • Tested in accordance with Dade County Protocol PA 100-95


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CastleTop


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ADVANTA Shingle

  • Profile

    • Simulated asphalt shingles

  • Material

    • 29 ga. G90 Galvanized steel

  • Pitch  3:12

  • Finish

    • Fluoropolymer Kynar500®/Hylar 5000® (embossed)


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ADVANTA Shingle

  • Four-way interlock panel

  • Clip-less shingle

  • Secure with ring-shank roofing nails

  • Full 3 SQF net coverage

  • 95 lbs. per square

  • Easy to install

    • Eave to ridge installation

  • Ideal for re-roofing

    • Often can be applied over current roofing materials

    • Eliminates “tear-off”


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ADVANTA Shingle

  • Applications

    • Commercial and residential roofing

  • Designed to be in accordance with standards established by new governing code bodies.

  • Testing

    • Tested in accordance with Dade County Protocol PA 100-95


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ADVANTA Shingle


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Any Questions


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