In addition to the tax savings, homeowners can also benefit from the resulting energy savings. For example, Energy Star estimates that the average homeowner spends approximately $1,000.00 annually on heating and air conditioning costs. The Cool Roof Rating Council (CRRC) estimates that 7% to 15% of these energy costs can be eliminated with the average energy savings from reflective shingles. While the level of energy savings that can be achieved with reflective roofing is highly dependent on facility design, insulation used, climatic conditions, building location, and building envelope efficiency, a rough calculation of energy savings can be made using the Roof Savings Calculator.
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