At the Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC) this week, CertainTeed, a leading North American manufacturer of building materials, will be showcasing its solar product line right alongside its exterior offerings, promoting its ability to comply with California’s updated Title 24 solar mandate, which takes effect in 2020. Title 24 standards in California are designed to ensure new and existing buildings achieve energy efficiency and preserve indoor environmental quality.
“With the upcoming changes to California Title 24, and other state and local governments eyeing adoption of similar building codes in the coming years, PCBC is the perfect opportunity to show builders some of the CertainTeed products that are helping drive a more sustainable future,” said Matt Gibson, vice president, corporate marketing. “We continue to focus on occupant comfort as well as energy efficiency, and our efforts towards product development, like our innovative solar solutions, speak to that.”
Attendees are invited to visit CertainTeed at booth #1635 to learn more about the following products:
• Apollo II/Apollo Tile II Solar Roofing – Engineered for seamless integration with new or existing asphalt shingle or concrete tile roofs, Apollo II solar roofing provides a sleek, low-profile aesthetic. Additional installer-friendly features include simple flashing, plug-and-play connectors and built-in wire management.
• Landmark Solaris Shingles – The cool roof version of CertainTeed’s best-selling asphalt shingle, Landmark Solaris is a wood shake-inspired shingle that utilizes advanced roofing granules to reflect solar energy and radiant heat.
• Bufftech Fence: Allegheny and Sherwood Collections – Allegheny and Sherwood are CertainTeed’s Bufftech rotationally-molded fence profiles. These durable options provide long-lasting, beautiful outdoor living spaces.
• Cedar Impressions Polymer Shakes and Shingles Siding – Designed for whole house applications or accents, Cedar Impressions Polymer Shakes and Shingles siding offers authentic cedar style siding without the expense and heavy maintenance of wood.
— Solar Builder magazine