Top 5 Reasons to Have a Green Roof

Reasons to have a green roof

It's not just good for the environment -- it's good for you too.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Extensive vs. Intensive Comparison

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A green roof is an investment that reaps great rewards.

Company profile

Our mission is to provide the ultimate in personal service and client satisfaction while creating unique roof garden designs which enhance the lives of the people who work, study or live near the location.

We are a proud member of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). The USGBC is a non-profit composed of leaders from every sector of the building industry working to promote buildings and communities that are environmentally responsible, profitable and healthy places to live and work.

About green roofs

Let us design and build your green roof or "living" roof-top garden to help you save future costs.

A green roof typically consists of many layers of materials covering a roof and finished with plants. A building with a green roof conserves energy, reduces stormwater runoff and reduces the 'urban heat island effect' (UHIE). You can earn LEED® Certification points, lower your operating costs, and extend the life of your roof.

Green roofs are also valuable as public relations and marketing tools; they underscore your committment to responsible stewardship of the environment.

There are asthetic benefits too: A green roof provides a new habitat for local flora and fauna. You and your building's occupants may enjoy watching the variety of birds and butterflies which visit your roof-top garden.

Mass. Green Roofs has a strong foundation in New England landscaping and employs a Massachusetts Certified Landscape Professional (MCLP).

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