LIGHTGUARD Passes All The School Tests In New York State. With Honors.

When school administrators and architects specify roof systems for schools, they are looking to solve some very specific problems: long-term budget concerns, limited in-house maintenance staffs, damage to the water-proof membrane caused by contracted workers and vandals, and energy costs that are literally going through the roof. If those schools are in upstate New York, they must also concern themselves with the high cost of asbestos abatements and the shock to the membrane from temperatures that can range as much as 70° in a 24-hour period and reach lows of 30° to 40° below zero. Read More