With the ever increasing performance levels of solar panels, home and building owners want their roofs to be high performance with a longevity to match or even surpass the lifespans of the electricity generating systems they support.
Castagra will be exhibiting at the Colorado Roofing Association Show on January 24, 2019.
Date: 01/24/2019 – 01/24/2019
Location: The Denver Mart | Plaza Entrance | 58th & I-25
Time: 10 am Seminar | 11am – 3pm Show Hours
This updated case study concerns a movie theater chain building’s asphalt roof in Avondale in Phoenix where high UV, temperature extremes and often violent storms, give coatings and membranes, a mix of some of the hardest conditions in the entire nation.
At the end of the day, success is measured by coating pros adopting Ecodur as the go to solution for their customers who regard the highest green credentials as a basic requirement along with top performance. One of the most discerning markets in the nation is San Diego, arguably the solar capital. Many thousands have invested heavily in solar and demand contractors use the best and greenest roofing materials. This article reflects all that…..
Even specialized coatings, created specifically for controlling this phenomenon, have had mixed results, that’s why the performance of our Ecodur on asphalt roofs with cool topcoats in Phoenix, during the past two years, has exceeded our expectations.
“The ARCA show is the heart and soul of Arizona’s roofing profession. We are thrilled to be taking part as you meet such great people and it reminds you why you got into this business in the first place,” commented Castagra CEO Peter Roosen.
Phoenix, AZ, August 2, 2018 – “The Midwest Roofing Contractors show in Omaha is the pick of the crop of trade shows for Castagra and our Ecodur primer which has led the pack in green coatings,” commented CEO, Peter Roosen, who first developed the formula 25 years ago.
Flat roofs have been around since Mankind first started living in permanent dwellings, particularly in hot, arid regions. Then, they were simple to construct and, because rainfall was low, they basically were for protection against the sun and provide a cool interior.
Phoenix, AZ., July 18, 2018 – “When it comes to cool roofs, Mother Nature wins hands down with the vegetated ones in the US which, generally, do not get above 30 degrees Centigrade because of their natural evaporative processes,” commented Castagra Products CEO, Peter Roosen.