Shingle Recycling

Our shingle recycling program means that your old shingles can be turned into new shingles and help stop throwing them into landfills. To learn more, call us today!

Shingle recycling is a great way to lessen your impact on the environment. County Roofing Systems recycles any materials that we can and we are proud to do so. Roofing materials are taken to a recycling station that accepts roofing materials and the old materials are broken down and used to create new materials for many different applications.

Roofs to Roads:

Old roofing shingles can be used to make a variety of useful items. The largest market for recycled shingles is hot-mix asphalt to repair roads and build new asphalt tarmac. The addition of shingle recycling can make these roads stronger and reduce the need to produce new asphalt.

Dust Control:

Recycled Shingle products is also used for reducing dust on dirt roads and construction areas, as well as building temporary roads and driveways.

New Roofing Shingles:

Adding a mixture of up to 20% recycled shingles to the manufacturing of new shingles has been shown to have no impact on the durability of the new shingle. This means that your old shingles may be used to manufacture new shingles and continue the cycle.

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Why County Roofing Systems?

We at County Roofing Systems are proud to be your local community roofing, siding, windows, doors, solar and extensions contractor providing exceptional quality, value and service in every project we do.  We have been providing both residential and commercial services in the community for over 35 years.  

We are honored by the opportunity to earn your trust, build your project as the best it can be, and form a long lasting relationship. Our mission is to provide the very best in service, value and customer satisfaction. Referrals from our trusted customers and the community we serve are our best and most rewarding source of new business.

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