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  1. COOL ROOFS• A cool roof is one that reflects the sun’s heat and emits absorbed radiation back into the atmosphere.
  2. COOL ROOFS LINKSUS Department of Energy “COOL ROOFS”Short and gives background on why COOL ROOFS.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0GKcdgxHsk&feature=relmfuUS Department of Energy “Energy 101Cool Roofs”How COOL ROOFS work.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urbpBy_Z5lE&feature=relmfu
  3. COOL ROOFS LINKSCool Cities, Cool Planet - with Art RosenfeldOct. 11, 2010 Science at the Theater: Berkeley Lab scientists discusshow cool roofs can cool your building, your city ... and our planet.This is an one hour and forty five minutes long, but this it is well worththe time. Does are great job explaining heat and the world we live in.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zp-B0v0bdxo
  4. COOL ROOFS• The two basic characteristics that determine the ‘coolness’ of a roof are solar reflectance (SR) and thermal remittance (TE). Both properties are rated on a scale from 0 to 1, where 1 is the most reflective or emissive.
  5. WHY COOL ROOFSTHE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS• Lower roof top temperatures• Reduce cooling loads• Reduce use of air conditioning system• Longer service life of the roof• Reduce energy during peak electricity demand• 10-30 % of cooling energy need
  6. WHY COOL ROOFS• Cool Roofing: Beyond Myths to Solutions• Do Cool Roofs Fit in Cool Climates• Finding Incentives for Cool Roofs• Guidelines for Selecting Cool Roofs• Reflective Roof Coatings Improve A/C Efficiency• Reflective Roof Coatings – Architects Consultants• Reroof or Restore• Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy
  7. COOL ROOF AT WORK
  8. COOL ROOF REBATES• The Icing on the “Cake”• Payback by “Utility Companies”• Tax deductions• Incentives are the Carrot• Mandates are the Stick
  9. RETURN ON INVESTMENT• Project size, “81,770 sq. ft.• Insulation same before after• Reflectivity, before 27%, after 78%• Simple Payback (ROI) 4.9 years• What will it cost if you do nothing?• Partner with you Power Company• Reduce Energy Reduce Cost of Doing Business
  10. COOL ROOF COATINGS• C 404 – Value Added reflective coatings• Extends life of existing roof• Reduces energy cost• Reduces the temperature of existing roof• Extends the life of mechanical equipment
  11. ROOF RESTORATION• Waterproof system• Cool Roof energy savings• 10 year labor and material warranty• Highly flexible hot and cold climates• EPMP, Concrete, Metal, Build up, Cap Sheet
  12. BEFORE RESTORATION
  13. AFTER RESTORATION
  14. COOL PAVEMENT Duffy Charter School, Phoenix AZPhoenix Recovery Zone- Jefferson Washington Streets
  15. CONTACT INFORMATION

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