Arkansas Roofing Contractors
Eco Roofing is a local roofing contractor business serving Northwest Arkansas. Founder, Daniel Eldridge built the contractor company as a way to provide quality craftsmanship and impeccable customer service. Minimizing the environmental impact that a roof replacement or remodeling project can have on the environment, Eco Roofing strives to eliminate waste and recycle all possible materials. Approximately 11 million tons of wasted asphalt shingles are generated in the U.S. per year. Eco Roofing pledges to recycle your shingle waste and provide you with higher quality and more energy efficient products. Beyond satisfying your roof installation and repair needs, Eco Roofing provides gutter, attic insulation, and home energy efficiency services.
Eco Roofing Fayetteville/Springdale – 479-684-6060
Eco Roofing Rogers/Bentonville – 479-268-4100
Eco Roofing Ft. Smith/Van Buren – 479-434-5050
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Eco Roofing NWA Contact Information
If you wish to get an estimate or simply have a question then call Eco Roofing at 479-684-6060
Simply email us at email@example.com and we will be glad to see what all we can do for you. (Note: Email responses generally take longer due to job site operations)
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Eco Roofing provides free estimates and consultations. Fill out the form below to request one.
- Roofing Contractors – Includes asphalt shingles (traditional, impact resistant, designer and solar reflective), Metal Roofing, Low slope/steep slope, Flat, and Ventilation
- Gutters – Seamless
- Attic Insulation – fiberglass and cellulose
- Home energy efficiency – air sealing, insulating, weather-stripping, CFL and LED lighting, etc.
There are many things to consider when deciding which direction to go when remodeling/re-roofing your home or business. Of all building components, roofs receive the most direct exposure to the elements, especially the hot Arkansas sun. Unfortunately, the least costly roof/remodeling materials typically offer the least durability and energy efficiency. Often a higher purchase price for the higher quality of materials may be a better deal over the long haul, not only prolonging the next replacement but lowering energy bills as well.
Our business can provide you with options that best fit your needs and budget.
Recycling shingles will reduce landfill growth, decrease the country’s dependence on foreign oil, save money, create new jobs and generate new revenue for Arkansas. It will also reduce the cost of your project because recycling shingles have a lower cost than dumping them at the landfill.
Several potential markets exist for asphalt shingles. This includes:
- hot mix asphalt
- cold patch
- dust control on rural roads
- temporary roads or driveways
- aggregate road base
- new shingles
Manufactured shingles consist of about 40 percent asphalt, therefore, offering a cost-effective alternative to virgin asphalt and aggregate used in paving projects.