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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Roof-A-Cide Receives Approval from Entegra Roof Tile

Roof-A-Cide has received approval from Entegra Roof Tile, the Award Winning South Florida roof tile manufacturer.

Roof-A-Cide is being used by some of Florida's top Roofing and Property Maintenance companies to protect roofs from algae growth and staining and eliminate the need for cleaning – saving wear & tear on the roof and helping it look its best for the life of the roof! And Entegra Roof Tile joins the largest manufacturers of Asphalt Shingle, Clay Tile, Concrete Tile, and Stone-coated Metal Roofing in approving Roof-A-Cide. 

To date, Roof-A-Cide has been tested and approved by the following Industry Leaders in U.S. Roofing Materials Manufacturing:
  • GAF – Asphalt Shingles
  • Monier Lifetile – Concrete Roof Tiles
  • U.S. Tile –Clay Roof Tiles
  • Gerard USA – Stone Coated Steel
  • Metro Roofing Products – Stone Coated Steel
  • GAF – Slate Roofing
  • Entegra Roof Tiles - Concrete Roof Tiles

Roof-A-Cide remains the ONLY EPA Approved and Manufacturer Approved solution that can PREVENT the problem of Roof Stains seen throughout the US without the need for Chlorine Bleach or Pressure Cleaning.

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EPA Approved and Approved by all major roof materials manufacturers

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  1. I'm currently in need of a new roof, so I've been researching the common materials used as well as methods. I think I like the idea of a metal roof because of it's durability, but I'm not sure I would be able to handle the noise. Do you know of any materials that are almost as durable but less noisy? I've also been looking into the best Moore Oklahoma roofing contractor in my area to the best work for me.

  2. Metal Roofs are not as noisy as most people think. There are many different styles to choose from and while they are durable, they all require regular maintenance to get the maximum life.

    We're not familiar with the Roofing Company that you mentioned, but we highly recommend that you read this consumer guide by the National Roofing Contractors Association(NRCA):