Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology at the University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
Area: 9,480 sf
Thickness: 3.00-50.00 inches of media, partially irrigated
2015 GRHC Award of Excellence - Extensive Institution
2015 AIA Institute Honor Award
Photo by Peg Woolsey

Philly’s CBS 3 Green Team profiles Roofmeadow and its high-impact green roofs

Chelsea Ingram and Roofmeadow’s Melissa Muroff explore why Philly’s Cira Green and PECO roofing services are more than just pretty picnic spots and they can contribute to the environment. Getting designs like this are easy enough, you just have to hire the right roofing contractor for the job. https://cbsloc.al/2JAdrpO

If you have a leak and are going to do some DIY Roofing on your roof to search for it, bring a hose with you. You can spray the hose in order to find out where the leak is coming from. However, do not do a new roofing installation in the winter, as the water from the hose could cause ice.

When meeting with a professional roofer, ask to see a copy of their liability insurance. Any trustworthy roofer should have copies readily available. If they have a hard time providing you with their papers, they’re probably not someone you want to work with. When you’re trusting someone with your roof, you want all your bases covered – Read this and learn about Pest Control Homeowners Guide.

When choosing between James Hardie Siding Installation contractors, contact your local Better Business Bureau for advice. They will let you know if any of the firms you are considering have complaints filed against them, a major red flag. You can also learn how long they have been serving your community as a company.

Different states often have different requirements when it comes to roofing and it depends on the construction, structural design, material and more, here in you can . You may need to have a permit or a bond if you want work to begin on your house. Get in www.profoam.com touch with the building department in your area to ask them whether this applies to you or not.

Pioneering Higher Ground: Green Roof Lessons for Planting Design

Commit to resilient planting design in the age of climate change . . . and look up! Read the Ecological Landscape Alliance’s article by Laura Hansplant, ASLA.

Charlie Miller discusses Philly’s Green Roofs

Alan Jaffe’s story for BillyPenn includes Charlie’s insights about the green roof industry, locally and beyond

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