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Trying to decide on an energy-efficient roof

This blog by Alexandra Marks in the Christian Science Monitor is a bit of a tease. You’ll have to read her next blog to find out which is the greenest and cheapest roofing material available to renovate an old building. Partly that’s because the owner interjects another criterion into the equation — aesthetics. He vetoes the first choice. We here at ClimateYou will do our best to bring you Ms. Marks’ last, best roofing option when her next blog is published.

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