The Sunburst mineral surfaced membranes exceed the SRI requirement set by LEED® by nearly 20 percent. They are also Cool Roof Rating Council (CRRC) listed products.
Canada (PRWEB) June 29, 2013
For one-step installation of waterproofing protection and reflective surfacing, Garland’s highly reflective Sunburst™ mineral surfacing is now available as a factory-applied option on select StressPly® high-performance membranes. Factory-applied Sunburst minerals provide extreme hail, wind and weather protection, while providing a superior reflective surface that dramatically reduces rooftop temperatures.
According to Charbel Boulos, P.Eng, president of Garland Canada Inc, “The Sunburst mineral surfaced membranes exceed the SRI requirement set by LEED®1 by nearly 20 percent. They are also Cool Roof Rating Council (CRRC2) listed products. That will make an appreciable difference in reducing HVAC cooling costs, while providing the excellent surface durability and extended service life for which our StressPly products are known.”
Sunburst surfacing is offered as an optional upgrade with StressPly Plus FR Mineral and comes standard on StressPly EUV FR Mineral and StressPly Max FR Mineral. Garland’s StressPly membranes have numerous application options, including hot, cold, self-adhering, and torch.
Garland Canada Inc. provides solutions for today’s commercial building industry to private and public sector customers coast to coast. Founded in 1987 as a fully owned subsidiary of Garland Industries, Garland Canada is a multi-million dollar business with employees strategically located throughout the country, who help stimulate each regional economy by working with an extensive network of locally based roofing contractors to install high-performance roofing, wall, and flooring systems. For a free roof or building envelope inspection, visit http://www.garlandcanada.com or call Marisa Rea at 1.800.387.5991.
1) A trademark of the U.S. Green Building Council. The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design® (LEED) Green Building Rating System is a voluntary, consensus-building national standard that was initiated by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) for developing high-performance sustainable buildings.
2) An independent and non-biased organization that has established a system for providing Building Code Bodies, Energy Service Providers, Architects & Specifiers, Property Owners, and Community Planners with accurate radiative property data on roof surfaces that may improve the energy efficiency of buildings while positively impacting our environment.