Keep The Heat In And The Cold Out
At Ardent Roof Systems Inc. in Edmonton, we can ensure your home is as energy efficient as possible, saving you money on energy costs, and ensuring your roof system is working properly. Heat loss in your attic space can cause many problems. Condensation is a big problem, causing moisture to build up and damage insulation and ceiling drywall, and eventually lead to mold problems. It can also lead to ice damming problems if your roof isn’t ventilated enough to handle the heat loss, which in turn can lead to leaks, and deterioration of your roofing materials. If you have any of these issues, call today and the professionals at Ardent Roof Systems Inc. can make your home healthier, more energy-efficient, and durable for years to come.
Owens Corning Fiberglass Insulation
Owens Corning™ EcoTouch® PINK® FIBERGLAS® Insulation is made in Canada and contains a minimum of 73%* recycled content which is SCS 3rd party certified. It is also GREENGUARD Gold certified for indoor air quality and verified formaldehyde-free. As a preferred contractor, it is just another component to a complete Owens Corning roof system you can trust in for years to come.
The most environmentally-friendly insulation product on the market today, cellulose is made of 85% recycled material treated with non-toxic additives to provide resistance to fire, fungi, corrosion, and pests. Weathershield cellulose provides a superior level of thermal-resistance (R-value) to fiberglass products. It also carries Environment Canada’s Eco-Logo as a certified green building product.
Different roof styles require different roof insulation requirements. At Ardent Roof Systems Inc. we have all the solutions to solve almost any insulation problem. That is where spray foam comes in. Low slope rooflines and old story and a half type homes need this application the most. Applications like this mostly require the removal of the roof deck, removing the old insulation, and installing spray foam, creating a vapor barrier and insulation layer all in one. It will be sprayed to a depth allowing an air cavity to ensure air still flows through the roof, ensuring any minor heat loss will be vented out, and eliminate the risk of any condensation, mold, and ice damming from occurring.
Spray foam is recognized by LEED® (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) as a sustainable, green, CO2 reducing construction material.