Roofing Florida

Roofing in sunny Florida, where the heat can sometimes feel unbearable, keeping your home cool is essential. But it’s not just about staying comfortable but also protecting your home from the damaging effects of the intense Florida sun. Welcome to the Sunshine State, where blue skies and sunny days are synonymous with Florida living. While the state boasts stunning coastlines and picturesque landscapes, its unique climate presents homeowners with specific challenges regarding roofing. That’s where the Pinnacle® Sun Shingles come in. These shingles are a solution designed to provide you with the comfort and protection you need in the intense Florida sun. They offer a range of benefits, from reflective roof coatings that bounce back the sun’s rays to energy-efficient roofing materials. Whether building a new home or replacing your existing roof, choosing the right roofing solution that suits the Florida climate is essential. We’ll discuss a new energy-efficient solution with no maintenance requirements. So, if you’re ready to explore one of the best roofing options for sunny Florida, this article covers you. Stay cool and protected with this top-notch roofing solution.


Florida’s Roof Solution

The Pinnacle® Sun Shingles by Atlas Roofing Supply. The Pinnacle® Sun shingles feature 3M™ Cool Roofing Granules and Scotchgard™ Protector, keeping your home cooler and preventing unsightly algae that can hinder their reflective abilities over time. These shingles are not just about keeping your home cool; they are about providing superior protection. Pinnacle® Sun shingles are also Class 3 impact-resistant and guard against winds up to 130 mph. This product stands out above the rest of the shingles available in Florida for its intense weather conditions. Pinnacle® Sun is more than just a cool roof. It reflects and emits the sun’s heat to the sky instead of transferring it to the building below. Generally, lighter-colored products are more reflective than darker colors, but color is not the only indicator of solar reflectance performance. Roofing material surfaces with a higher SRI will be cooler than surfaces with a lower SRI under the same solar energy exposure, especially on a sunny day (the higher the SRI number, the more reflective the shingle). Using materials with higher SRI values can enhance building occupant comfort and reduce air conditioning use. For more information, please reference the Cool Roof Rating Council:


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