Smart Roofing Solutions
|Are Vinyl Roofs a Sustainable Choice
Classifying vinyl roofs as "sustainable" produces heated debate. First in a series of articles that address issues concerning the environmental impact of vinyl roofs. Read this and other stories.
|It's Good to be Green
FiberTite® Green Roof Systems
You probably know about the environmental benefits of green roofs, but what about the economic and aesthetic advantages? And why is FiberTite the best choice? Read this and other stories.
|GSA Contract Deems FiberTite
Best Value Roof for Federal Government.
FiberTite has been added to the GSA's Federal Supply Schedule effective January 1, 2008. Read this and other stories.
|2007: The Year in Review
2007 has been FiberTite's best year since we launched the product way back in 1979. So we share with you some of the highlights that helped make our year outstanding.
|UCF Arena Roofing Decision is a Slam Dunk
The new 145,000-square-foot-facility is one of more than 60 buildings on the campus of The University of Central Florida that is protected with a FiberTite roof.
|Honda Chooses FiberTite for Flagship Facility
Honda's demanding design parameters and North Carolina's inclement weather leads Nick Lovato, owner of CyberCon Engineering, Inc. straight to FiberTite to cover Honda's flagship facility for the manufacturing of the new HondaJet aircraft in Burlington, North Carolina.
|California Title 24 Turns Buyers Toward Cost-Effective, Sustainable Roofs
The California Energy Commission's building energy code, Title 24, has turned the attention of buyers in the commercial roofing market toward solutions that are versatile, cost-effective and, importantly, sustainable.
|How to Lower the Overall Cost of Your Next Roof by Saving Energy with Fibertite
Mounting evidence proves that choosing a cool roof, like FiberTite, will alleviate the sting of summertime energy bills and also benefit the environment.
|Hail vs Your Roof
Hail makes many roofing manufacturers run for cover. However, moderate hail up to one inch in diameter is a predictable and common event that roofing systems should be designed to withstand.
|Longevity: Proof is on the Roof
Nature is the best test of how long a FiberTite roof really lasts. How long can a roof pummelled by hail or even a hurricane stand up?
|Why Registered Roof Consultant Marc Caputo Won't Take Chances With Unproven Roofing Products
Over 31 years' experience has reaffirmed Marc Caputo's refusal to recommend roofing products that haven't yet proven themselves on real roofs.
|FiberTite Fleeceback Membrane Applied with Hot Asphalt as a Cap Sheet
Employ the FiberTite Fleeceback membrane in hot asphalt as a cap sheet over your asphalt, built-up roofing membrane or modified asphalt multi-ply system.
|TPO Studies Point to Weakness, Flammability
Life on the roof is full of risks. Hurricanes, golf ball sized hail, blistering UV rays, sub zero temps, fatty acids, grease, a building blaze - such hazards are guaranteed to bully any roofing system. Wouldn't you prefer to rely on a system that has been well conditioned for the fight?
|Smart Roofing Solutions: FiberTite Versus TPO: Rooftop Performance that Beats the Test of Time
WOOSTER, Ohio - Over 99% of FiberTite roofs installed over the past 30 years are still protecting. Yet, TPO manufacturers are selling 20-year warranties for roofing products that have only endured several years of field performance.
|FiberTite News: Prevention Pays Off in Hurricane Season
WOOSTER, Ohio - Ninety-nine percent of FiberTite® roofing membranes installed on facilities that were hit by storms during two record-breaking Atlantic hurricane seasons survived virtually unscathed.
|FiberTite News: Hurricanes Prove To Be No Match For FiberTite
WOOSTER, Ohio - Contenders Charley, Frances, Ivan and Jeanne no match for FiberTite. Read how FiberTite roofs held up during the recent Florida hurricanes, along with other hot news from FiberTite.
|FiberTite News: Fleece Back with Hot Asphalt a Solid Option
WOOSTER, Ohio - FiberTite's Fleece Back membrane can be applied with hot asphalt, offering a cost-effective option for re-roofing projects, including built-up and modified bitumen sometimes without a tear off.
|Seaman Corporation Launches New FiberTite Newsletter
WOOSTER, Ohio - Read the debut issue of FiberTiteNews
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