What if your roof never had to be replaced?
The Problems with Asphalt Shingle Roofs
Most homeowners have an asphalt shingle roof covering their homes. These roofs come with the typical problems all homeowners will have to face in their lifetime.
Asphalt Shingles Quickly Deteriorate
Over time, asphalt roofing shingles can become brittle, take in moisture and lift from the wind, causing damage to your roof and home.
Asphalt Shingles have a 15 Year Replacement Cycle
Because they quickly deteriorate, asphalt roofs require more maintenance and need to be replaced an average of once every 15 years.
Asphalt Shingles are Hard to Recycle
Because asphalt roofing shingles are extremely difficult to recycle, they usually end up going to waste in a clearing near your home, polluting the soil and rivers in your neighbourhood.
The Polygram Eco Roofing Tiles
Guaranteed for Life.
Once The Polygram Eco Roofing tiles are installed on your roof. They will stay there for a guaranteed lifetime of 50 years. They are built to withstand hurricane-force winds and decades of exposure to the elements without degrading. Take for example these homes, which have hosted a Polygram Eco Roof for years.
Most Cost-Effective to Own
Because it will last you for decades, a Polygram Eco Roof will add value to your home and save you thousands of dollars. Especially when considering the impact inflation will have on the cost of replacing your asphalt roof once every 15 years.
Real Environmental Impact
Each Polygram Eco Roofing tile is 100% composed of recycled plastic bottles.
Around 150 plastic bottles are recycled for each tile produced.
That's an estimated 100,000 to 400,000 recycled water bottles for each roof installed.
How the Recycling Works
1. Sourcing the Plastic Bottles
The plastic is collected in local recycling facilities in Quebec, Canada and in developing island nations like Haiti, where workers are paid for each bottle collected.