Vancouver, British Columbia, September 2008
According to Mark Wenzel, President, “Becoming an Energy Star® Partner is very exciting for our company, and acknowledges this company’s leadership in producing lifetime roofing products that are environmentally responsible. Studies have shown that depending on geography and climatic conditions homeowners can save up to 40% of annual air conditioning bills. This is a roof that can actually pay for itself in reduced energy costs over time. Being made from recycled and recyclable products, Interlock® Lifetime Roofing is an environmentally sustainable roofing solution.”
According to Gordon Warren, Product Manager, surpassing this quality standard is milestone for endurance that all manufacturers of quality metal roofing components hope to achieve. We have invested tremendous efforts to ensure our products can deal with all kinds of impact resistance scenarios, including hail. This ruling applies to three of our key product profiles… shingle, shake and tile. Our team is most pleased to present our products to the public with the assurances that UL 2218 confirms. Some homeowners with metal roofing systems meeting UL 2218 can actually qualify for deductions on their homeowners insurance.
According to Mark Vance, Director of Marketing, The Interlock Group - the aluminum shake “is designed to appeal to those who want the elegance and longevity of a cedar shake style roof and to never reroof again. In many cases, this roofing can be installed directly over top of an existing roof, saving the costs of tear off and the environmental problems associated with disposal of composition roofing. We are extremely excited to offer this product to homeowners. Our initial response in the Seattle market has been excellent”
Sept. 17, 2005 / PRNewswire / -- Interlock Industries, Inc. has announced the introduction of an aluminum slate roofing system.
According to Mark Vance, Director of Marketing - The Interlock Group - the aluminum slate "is designed to appeal to those who want the elegance and longevity of a slate style roof without having to deal with the heavy weight of traditional slate products. In many cases, this roofing can be installed directly over top of an existing roof, saving the costs of tear off and the environmental problems associated with disposal. We are extremely excited to offer this product to homeowners. Our initial response in the Washington market has been excellent."