Business DescriptionThey are also designed to be lightweight and easy to install. They are made of CIGS-based solar cells that are encapsulated in polymer sheets.These shingles are UL 1703 certified and carry a Class A fire rating. They are a viable and cost-effective way to integrate solar into your roof, according to experts from Austin Roofing and Construction.
The solar shingle market is booming. One of the pioneers in this area is Rochester, Michigan-based Luma Resources. They developed an innovative building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) product that can replace shingles on roofs.The roof is an important part of your home and needs to be properly maintained if you want to avoid issues such as water damage. This can cause more expensive problems such as mold growth and energy loss.