Energy Efficient Options for a Flat Roof Baltimore MD

There are energy efficient roofing materials for flat and low-pitched roofs that offer most of the same benefits as other materials for steeply pitched roofs. Some of these materials are commonly used on commercial buildings in Baltimore very effectively.

Fick Bros. Roofing & Exterior Remodeling Company
1200 E. 25th Street
Baltimore, MD
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Cole Roofing Co., Inc.
410-242-0600
3915 Coolidge Ave.
Baltimore, MD
 
Advanced Roofing Company
(410) 254-5138
5212 Harford Road
Baltimore, MD

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Aero Roofing
(410) 391-3230
2014 Orems Road
Baltimore, MD

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Coastal Roofing Inc
(410) 631-7663
202 Guilford Ave
Baltimore, MD
 
Dibello Roofing Inc.
(410) 752-7663
1440 E. Clement St.
Baltimore, MD

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Ec Roofing & Home Services Direct
(410) 455-9880
837 Frederick Road
Catonsville, MD

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Harview Roofing Company, Inc.
(410) 254-0816
6024 Harford Road
Parkville, MD

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Health Markets
(410) 320-5561
Po Box 1014
Edgewood, MD

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National Roofing Co Inc
(410) 235-5827
4011 Roland Ave
Baltimore, MD

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Energy Efficient Options for a Flat Roof

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Energy Efficient Options for a Flat Roof

Author: Dan Fritschen

Energy efficient roofing is available in a material that will fit any home. As with traditional roofing materials, your final choice of the right new roof for your home will depend, to a large extent, on where you live, the architectural style of your home, and local preferences. Most discussions of residential roofing options, however, tend to focus on the materials most commonly used on pitched roof styles. If you have a flat roof, your needs are somewhat different. There are highly energy efficient options for a flat roof for you to consider. 

Dan Fritschen, Publisher at ABCD Publishing, is a consultant to both individuals and businesses who are trying to decide whether to remodel or move. ABCD publishing currently owns two helpful websites, www.remodelormove.com and www.remodelestimates.com.

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