The value of energy your Solar Roof is expected to produce over 30 years is based on the average price of electricity in your area, adjusted for inflation by 2% annually. Your ability to realize the full value depends on your home’s electricity usage, amount of energy storage available, and utility regulations on solar in your area. Electricity price estimates are sourced from the Energy Information Administration and solar production estimates are based on irradiance data from NASA.
The estimated cost of your Solar Roof includes materials, installation, and the removal of your old roof. Taxes, permit fees and additional construction costs such as significant structural upgrades, gutter replacement, or skylight replacements are not included. The Solar Roof cost is based on estimated roof square footage for your home, provided by Google Project Sunroof where available, and the portion of your roof covered with solar tiles.
The estimated cost of your Powerwall includes the battery, supporting hardware and installation cost. We recommend that every Solar Roof be installed with a Powerwall battery to enable you to use more of the solar power your roof produces and keep your home running during a grid outage. In states that do not have Net Energy Metering policies, we estimate and recommend a number of Powerwalls that will enable you to realize the full benefit of the energy your Solar Roof produces.
The 30% Solar Investment Tax Credit applies to the cost of the solar tiles and associated solar energy equipment as well as the cost of the Powerwall batteries. To receive the full tax credit, you must have federal income tax liability that’s at least equal to the value of the tax credit. This credit may be carried over to future tax years. Additional state, local or utility solar incentives may apply but are not included in this calculation.
The value of energy your Solar Roof produces may exceed the cost of the roof, earning you value over time.
We recommend the portion of solar tiles for your roof that we estimate will produce enough electricity to cover your home energy usage. To customize your usage, enter your average monthly electric bill. If you choose to increase the portion of your roof covered with solar tiles, your home may generate more electricity than it needs. In this case, you may not realize the full value of energy your Solar Roof produces. Your entire roof is not eligible to be covered with solar tiles due to building regulations and obstructions. Recommended solar tile coverage is based on estimated eligible roof area for solar.
All warranties and ratings apply to the United States only. Similar warranties and ratings will be developed for other markets. Our tile warranty covers the glass in the tiles. The power warranty covers the output capability of the solar tiles. Weatherization means that there will be no water leaks or other weather intrusions during the warranty period that result from our installation.
Installations will start in June, beginning with California and rolling out to additional markets over time. When Solar Roof is rolled out in a particular market, Solar Roof customers will be installed based on when their order was placed. Installations performed by Tesla, Inc.’s wholly owned subsidiary SolarCity Corporation. CA CSLB 888104, MA HIC 168572/EL-1136MR. View our full list of contractor licenses online.
Where is the Zinc Dome? Just install May 2017…
Scottsdale Roofing Troon North – Spraying Polyurethane Foam Roof Coating Over an Existing Roof
Spray foam isn’t just used for insulation — it can also be used for insulating the roof. So if its restorable keep it.
The flat roof of this 1984 Custom-designed house in Troon North was a good candidate for a polyurethane spray-foam roof around 1994 over an existing Built-up roof.
When our clientsl roof began leaking, the couple hoped to find a replacement roofing that would be energy-conserving, leakproof, cost-competitive, and reasonably green. As the house’s roof sheathing doubled as a finished ceiling, the old insulation was scant. They broiled in the summer and hemorrhaged money during the heating season.
Our client’s live in a 1984 Custom-designed house in Scottsdale, Arizona. Jim does the lighting and Patrica does the landscaping. Ultimately, our client chose to install a closed-cell sprayed polyurethane foam (SPF) roof — sprayed directly over the old built-up roof in 1994 — because:
Insulating inside was out. The exposed underside of the 2×6 T&G roof deck was classic. Besides, the ceilings were just a shade above 8 ft. and the couple didn’t want to lose 4 in. to 6 in. of headroom to insulation.
How to Insulate a Low-Slope Roof
Scottsdale Roofing in Troon North
Closed-cell SPF has an R-value of 7.14 per inch, making it the perfect antidote to the old roof’s dismal energy profile. The old roof assembly, with two layers of Built-up roof is about an -10 R- value One inche of SPF would bring it up to at least R-17. Spray foam was also particularly well suited to this roof because it had parapets, which defined the edges of foam. (Exterior spray foam only works on flat or low-pitch roofs; for pitches greater than 4/12, rigid foam panels are the over-roof-deck choice.)
A spray-foam roof could be applied directly to the old roofing once it was prepped and cleaned up a bit. Not stripping the old roof and sending the debris to the landfill was also a big green plus. Besides, spraying-over would save the labor costs of stripping the old roof.
Four inches of closed-cell polyurethane is a Class II water retarder, a semi-impermeable membrane that makes leaks all but impossible. As the foam expands and adheres aggressively, it would seal the many pipes and conduits running across the roof of a house with no cavity under the sheathing in which to hide pipes.
Compared to the obvious alternatives, an SPF roof was actually less expensive than installing and then insulating either a new torch-down roof or a PVC membrane. And that didn’t even include the cost of stripping the old roof. There were energy-efficiency rebates available for installing an SPF roof but the couple was so busy that, as we put it, “We couldn’t afford the time to save money.”
Is spray foam roofing green?
So was this spray polyurethane foam a green choice? Yes and no, but mostly yes. Since the early days of sprayed foam insulation (the earliest foams were urea-formaldehyde based), the insulation industry has cleaned up its act a lot. Although the two chemical components of SPF are largely petroleum-based, once the polyurethane mixture foams and cures, it is chemically inert and doesn’t off-gas. (Manufacturing PVC, in comparison, involves some particularly toxic chemicals.)
Not sending old roofing to the dump is a plus, as is the excellent R-value of SPF foam. (Sometimes it takes oil to save oil.) An SPF roof can also be quite durable when the polyurethane is sprayed with a special acrylic top coating that protects the foam against UV degradation. Lastly, the foam’s light color will reflect sunlight so, all in all, it should be a relative cool roof.
With an addition a few years, but nothing was done to the old roof. There was about 100 blisters and the bird’s and the bee’s were tearing up the parapet walls in the old section. So we now did out Triangle Roofing Flat roof restoration. Repairing all the blisters, enhancing the drainage from the low-spot ponds and fixing all the bird and bee holes.
When Triangle Roofing LLC was born, with two employees two decades ago, the mission was to provide residential roofing services to home owners with only McCormick Ranch-Style homes. Eric Anderson, President and founder, had the idea that if he could perfect a roofing system on one single style home, he could build customer relationships with consistent quality installs. Today Triangle Roofing has grown to a trusted expert on all styles of houses in Scottsdale, Carefree, Cave Creek, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills and surrounding communities. We are proud to be known for quality work.
INSTALL EVERY ROOF AS
IF IT WERE YOUR OWN
Our mission has not changed since those early days of “McCormick Ranch-Style only homes”. Even though Triangle Roofing has grown today to one of the largest residential roofing firms in Arizona Eric Anderson still runs things same. Mr. Anderson has preached for two decades, “install every roof as if it were your own.” We still do.
IT IS NOT “ABOUT US.”
IT’S “ABOUT YOU.”
Since the roofing industry is comprised of local firms, not giant familiar institutions, it is difficult to choose the right firm without help from others who have recently experienced hiring one. Your good words and hundreds of customer referrals have informed local residents about what a fantastic company Traingle Roofing is. We love the buzz trending about us, but make no mistake, we work hard to maintain it. That’s Traingle Roofing. Our success is not about us, it’s about you. Contact us to see the completed after pictures.
SCIENCE, ART, CRAFTSMANSHIP, RESPONSIBILITY, QUALITY, VALUE
First of all, looking for a copper roofing service provider capable of premium quality results? Triangle Roofing of Scottsdale Arizona is the right choice for you! A licensed, Arizona roofing contractor, we fabricate and install elegant copper roofing for residential and commercial clients. We can claim an extensive portfolio of well-executed projects. We create customized copper installations fashioned according to the specific needs of your home or office. For beautiful, durable, and custom-built copper roofing solutions. contact Triangle Roofing today!
As a result, Copper already has a natural resistance to corrosion, and is remarkably durable – even when compared to other metals. We combine this inherent durability with the skill and artisanship of our metalwork experts, and work to fashion a copper roof that can last for 50 to 70 years. With our copper roofs installed, your house or building can be protected from heat, rain, and other weather events for several decades to come.
Copper is a popular choice because of its attractive appearance. For years, property owners have long favored copper’s striking sheen. As it gets older, this initial polish develops into a magnificent bronze shade, and later, an elegant green patina. Triangle Roofing can further optimize copper’s beauty by seamlessly integrating its natural elegance with the design and theme of your home or establishment. Like the one in DC Ranch “Silver Leaf” Scottsdale AZ
One of the advantages of copper is that it is malleable, yet it maintains its durability during and after shaping. Our team is composed of skilled metal craftsmen who can manipulate this fine material in a variety of ways. We can bend, cut, and bond it into whatever roof shape or pattern our customers prefer. With our customization capabilities, we can provide our customers with a finished product that they can truly call their own and be proud of.
Although we always strive for elegant solutions, we never sacrifice safety and functionality in every job we do. Copper Roofing installation built for longevity, energy efficiency, and low maintenance. Most of all we’d like to think of every completed roofing project as a valuable, long-lasting investment for our customers. You, too, can reap the benefits of that investment.
Triangle Roofing LLC is a Scottsdale Roofing Company providing excellence with our roofing craftsmanship though out Arizona…
A Scottsdale Roofing Company solutions is the roofing solution for you, providing exceptional services with professional roofers. We are your neighborhood roofing and gutter specialist serving Scottsdale, Carefree, Cave Creek, Fountain Hills, Phoenix and Paradise Valley Arizona about protecting your home and family, or office and business, you should be thinking about Scottsdale Roofing Company Solutions. at Triangle Roofing LLC, we rise above the competition because quality matters, your time and money are priorities, and our expertise is guaranteed.
Dial our name 602-THE-Roof was created way back in the day around 1993 for an easy way for our clients to reach us and refer us. Our Moto is to earn your business, friends, neighbors and relatives business…