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Say good-bye to heavy asphalt roofing shingles and say hello to ArmorLite, a new roofing system that's up to eight times lighter than traditional roofing materials such as asphalt, concrete, clay or wood, yet is more weather-resistant and more durable.

Cousin Construction
(401) 633-4402
Cumberland, RI

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Arh Roofing
4017662470 or 5084100286
Po Box 119
Blackstone, RI

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Gorman Roofing
(401) 312-4426
10 Ann And Hope Way
Cumberland, RI

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Apex Roofing
(401) 941-2739
807 Broad St
Providence, RI
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New England Roofing Inc
(401) 568-0541
707 Putnam Pike
Greenville, RI

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Cool Flat Roofing
(888) 635-2876
Bank St
North Attleboro, MA

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Johnny C's Roofing Company Inc.
(401) 450-6069
1427 Diamond Hill Rd
Cumberland, RI
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All types of roofing, gutters, windows and siding
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All day, every day

Brunelle's Home Improvement
(401) 473-7330
12 Palm St
North Providence, RI

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Certified Roofing
(508) 692-7000
139 New Street
Rehoboth, MA
 
Joe's Roofing & Painting
(401) 536-2797
2045 Elmwood Ave
Warwick, RI

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Lightening Up the Roof

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Say good-bye to heavy asphalt roofing shingles and say hello to ArmorLite, a new roofing system that's up to eight times lighter than traditional roofing materials such as asphalt, concrete, clay or wood, yet is more weather-resistant and more durable. While the average roof can weigh as much as 30,000 pounds, an ArmorLite roof weighs about 3,500 pounds, or about 70 pounds per 100 square feet.

Composed of two types of polymers, including a recyclable polymer material called Geloy XTW (for extreme weatherability) from GE Plastics, ArmorLite can withstand the most extreme climatic conditions, including high winds, earthquakes and fires. It also provides insulation and has a high heat reflectivity, so it helps reduce residential heating and cooling costs. It resists rot, mold and mildew as well.

In addition, ArmorLite is eco-friendly. It's 100 percent recyclable and uses fewer resources during its manufacture, when compared to other roofing materials. Plus, it requires less energy to ship to the building site, saving costs.
ArmorLite is available in a variety of colors, textures and designs, such as slate and wood, and can be created in custom designs such as seashells. And because it is manufactured in 2-by-4-foot panels, it installs faster with up to 70 percent fewer nails. For more information: 714-835-7575 or www.armorliteroofing.com .

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