Green roofs are a natural way to insulate and reduce energy use by both cooling roofs and producing shade.
According to a report by the GSA, green roofs can reduce the flow of roof stormwater by up to 65%.
City buildings and roads absorb more heat than natural landscapes. Green roofs can help reduce this effect using a nature-based approach to cooling.
Green roofs increase biodiversity by providing new and natural habitats for pollinators, helpful insects, and animals.
Green roofs have lower maintenance costs compared to a conventional roof and enjoy a lifespan of up to twice as long.