Green Promise


Solar roofing systems are increasingly being adopted by building owners looking to reduce energy costs, manage peak demand charges, and achieve sustainability goals. The vast open spaces on rooftops are prime real estate for solar installations, but they come with inherent risks that must be carefully managed.

ART offers a solid foundation for your solar journey, starting with a meticulous roof assessment and structural evaluation to ensure your building is ready for solar installation. Ensuring the waterproofing system beneath the solar array is capable of maintaining a leak-free environment is paramount for the protection of your building.

ART’s network of highly qualified solar system integrators is committed to providing the optimal solar solution to meet your specific objectives. Whether you’re aiming to maximize energy production, enhance the aesthetic appeal of your building, or ensure long-term durability, our experts will guide you in selecting the right solar technology and design.
Moreover, ART’s Design-Build Solutions subsidiary provides comprehensive project management, streamlining the entire process from design to installation. This single-source approach simplifies the transition to solar, ensuring a seamless and efficient experience.

Choosing ART means opting for an enlightened approach to solar roofing, one that combines technical expertise, comprehensive service, and a commitment to excellence. Embrace the future of energy with confidence, knowing that your solar roofing system is built on a foundation of quality and reliability.


ART is dedicated to advancing green building practices in the roofing industry. Our RoofGrid program will dive into how ART’s innovative systems contribute to reducing the carbon footprint of facilities.

  • Metal Roof and Wall Systems: Durable and recyclable, these systems offer longevity and energy efficiency.
  • Reflective Roof Coatings: These coatings reflect sunlight, reducing heat absorption and lowering cooling costs.
  • Restoration Coatings and Other Maintenance-Related Materials: Extend the life of existing roofs, reducing waste and the need for new materials.
  • Vegetative Roofing: Adds insulation, reduces stormwater runoff, and promotes biodiversity.
  • Long-Lasting Modified Bitumen Roof Systems: Offers robust waterproofing and longevity, reducing the frequency of roof replacements.
  • Vapor Barriers: Improve energy efficiency by controlling moisture ingress.
  • Roof Design and Related Insulation Systems: Enhance thermal performance and moisture management.
  • Photovoltaic (Solar) Arrays: Generate clean energy, reducing reliance on fossil fuels.

Our team will explore the benefits of these components across ten critical categories of sustainable design:

  1. Energy Savings: How systems contribute to reduced energy consumption.
  2. Expected Service Life: The durability and longevity of roofing solutions.
  3. Recycled Content: Utilization of recycled materials.
  4. Biobased Content: Incorporation of renewable resources in manufacturing.
  5. Methods of Manufacture: ART’s eco-friendly production processes.
  6. End-of-Life Recyclability: The recyclability of materials at the end of their service life.
  7. LEED® Point Potential: The potential for each system to contribute to LEED® certification points.
  8. Other Environmental Approvals, Verifications, and Incentives: Recognition and incentives that products receive for their environmental performance.
  9. Proximity of Manufacture: The local production of materials, reducing transportation emissions.
  10. Aesthetics: The visual appeal of roofing systems, enhancing the design of green buildings.