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    What is the most environmentally-friendly type of roof material?

    Roofers

    What is the most environmentally-friendly type of roof material to use on a home and why?

    Asked by Karen on 10th Jan 2022
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    Perthshire building services

    "Rubber roofing is environmental freandly it is cut to your requirement so no joints and gets glued down"

    Answered on 10th Jan 2022 - Member since Jun 2018 - report
    Halo roofing specialists

    "It all depends on what kind of roof it is because there’s a number of products for different roofing aspects."

    Answered on 10th Jan 2022 - Member since Sep 2021 - report
    Fsg direct roofing

    "Green roof Google it it grows and gives environment moor."

    Answered on 10th Jan 2022 - Member since Nov 2021 - report
    Via Project 1 Ltd t/a one 9 scaffolding & Roofing

    "Depends on the type of roof however see some examples.


    Eco-Friendly and Energy Efficient Roofing Shingles
    Wood Shingles. For a classic or rustic look, wood shingles remain a popular option. ...
    Metal Roofing. Another popular eco-friendly material is metal roofing, which can be made using either new or recycled metal. ...
    Clay Tiles. ...
    Slate Tiles. ...
    Solar Roofing. ...
    Living Roofs."

    Answered on 16th Jan 2022 - Member since Sep 2021 - report
    Dusk till dawn roofing and building

    "Depends on what sort of roof it is flat or pitched"

    Answered on 10th Jan 2022 - Member since Nov 2019 - report

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