What is California Title 24?
When preparing for a roof replacement at your home in the Santa Rosa, California, area, you may come across articles relating to California Title 24. Title 24 was enacted by the state of California in 1978 to ensure the owners of new and existing buildings within the state take the appropriate measures to reduce their energy usage by making energy-saving improvements to the structures, such as installing a new energy-efficient roof. These standards help preserve indoor and outdoor environmental quality, lower energy costs, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Will a New Roof from Wine Country Roofing Satisfy the California Title 24 Standards?
At Wine Country Roofing, providing energy-saving roofs to our customers is our No. 1 priority. We have taken the necessary steps to ensure that all of our roofing materials will comply with the state code for residential and nonresidential buildings. For example, you might select from our stylish GAF Timberline Reflector Series shingles, which can be utilized to meet Title 24 cool roof requirements. Furthermore, some of the roofing products we offer are ENERGY STAR® certified and will help your home stay cooler in the summer without having to put as much strain on your HVAC system.
By ensuring that your roofing project is meeting the standards set within this code of regulations, you can help reduce your home’s overall energy usage, and thus the negative impact on the environment caused by the overconsumption of energy, as well as help the electric system in the state of California become more stable and operate more efficiently. For the average homeowner, this reduction in energy is especially important because it may lead to lower energy bills.
For more information about the energy-saving roofing solutions that we offer to homeowners in Santa Rosa and the surrounding areas, contact Wine Country Roofing today.