Commercial Roofer in Virginia Beach, Portsmouth Talks Green for Small Business

With all the talk out there these days about environmental consciousness, you’re wondering how your small business can compete. To be honest, small business owners right now are more concerned about another type of green: cash flow. That’s why whether you own a business in Chesapeake or run investment properties in Norfolk, you want to replace your roof in a way that honors Mother Nature while it keeps your wallet green.

“There are fantastic ways to bring up your green cred while you save money,” says Jeff Childers, owner and Founder of Exterior Experts of Virginia Europe And they don’t all involve slapping solar panels on your commercial roof or putting a windmill up on a hill somewhere.” He notes that the best way to cut down on pollution is to lower energy use. “It’s great to say that you’re going to use renewable or green energy to cool your commercial property. But the best way is to cut down your cooling bill this summer with a proven, cost effective, energy-saving roof.”

Exterior Experts of Virginia prides themselves in timely, cost-effective applications of green roofs. They have installed acres of TPO and EPDM flat roofs on hundreds of commercial buildings all over Newport News, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Portsmouth, Norfolk, and Hampton. “These roofs are an important part of any energy-saving plan, because a great roof repels sunlight while it keeps the rain out. The result is that your air conditioner has less heat to deal with.” Older roofs are not as good at keeping the heat out because with time, their ability to deflect heat degrades. “Many commercial property owners tell us their cooling bills go down instantly when we’re done with their commercial project,” says Jeff. “It’s like getting a discount on their new roof.”

For clients who are looking to go greener, Jeff recommends a green roof. “Green roofs work with nature to shade your roof from the hot sun.” Many commercial buildings, from apartment complexes to shopping malls, are finding that green roofs are a fantastic way to cut their energy bills while they protect their buildings. “We turn your roof into a green space,” says Jeff. “That means we install a little park up there, for all intents and purposes. Complete with grass and shrubs, a watering component, and a maintenance plan. So when the sun is blazing up there, it’s feeding your plants and not your energy bill.” Not only is it good for your building, but many cities and municipalities offer tax breaks and other incentives for commercial companies that install green roofs. “Call us for more information and we’ll do a free cost/benefit analysis,” says Jeff.

Exterior Experts of Virginia will keep your business open while they fix your roof. “We are fanatic about not interrupting your cash flow,” says Jeff. “That means we don’t get in your way. We show up on time, on budget, and finish when we promise. And we run a clean worksite. No roofing materials left lying all over the sidewalk, no big roofing truck parked in Grandma’s handicapped parking spot

 

Aquashield Roofing Corporation

(757) 553-5191

3838 Rica Dr

Virginia Beach, VA 23453

 

 

Virginia Beach Roofing Siding contractor/company

(757) 337-3150

3165 Holland Road

Virginia Beach, VA 23453+

 

 

Aquashield Roofing Norfolk

(757) 663-5150

8416 Cape View Ave

Norfolk, VA 23503

 

 

Roofers Chesapeake

(757) 694-4730

4006 Morris Ct

Chesapeake, VA 23323

 

 

Aquashield Roofing Suffolk

(757) 553-5191

3800 Pughsville Rd

Suffolk, VA 23435

 

 

Virginia Beach Residential Roofer For You

(757) 663-5370

3924 Indian River Rd

Virginia Beach, VA 23456

 

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