Steel Roofing in Colorado Closes the Recycling Loop

In recent years, most people have become more aware of and careful about separating the recyclable materials out of their trash. We all keep our special bin for materials like aluminum, paper, steel, and plastic and we haul that bin out to the curb once a week. Beyond residential use, manufacturers and other businesses recycle, too.

But what happens to those materials after we take them to the curb or transfer station?

Steel is one of the world’s most widely recycled materials. Today’s Steel Roofing Systems give homeowners a choice that allows them to close the recycling loop by purchasing a roof that is as much as 95% recycled in content.

When you think about it, there really are few major purchases we can make which have such incredibly high recycled content. This makes steel roofing a great way for homeowners to promote recycling and make it all be truly environmentally friendly.

If you’d like to learn more about sustainable, energy efficient, metal roofing for your Colorado home, Colorado Metal Roofing can help.


Ask the Expert: Todd Miller

Todd Miller, roofing expertTodd Miller is President of Isaiah Industries, an organization that is recognized as one of the world’s leading metal roofing manufacturers, and manufacturer of Classic Metal Roofing Systems.

Todd has over 30 years of experience in residential metal roofing and is internationally recognized as a roofing and ventilation expert. Passionate about using his experience to help homeowners make the best roofing decision for them, he can help you navigate the issues encountered in roofing or reroofing your home or commercial property.

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