ROSEMONT, Ill. — Tecta America Corp. recently announced the relaunch of, its green roofing solutions website. The new site acts as a vegetative roof resource hub, featuring green roofing industry and Tecta Green news, service and quote requests, current research and trends, and in-depth information from industry experts surrounding specific plants and green roof systems. 

Theremodel of the Tecta Green website, formerly known as, was spearheaded by Angie Durhman, national green roof manager at Tecta America, who said, “The updated Tecta Green website is a robust and comprehensive landing point for anyone seeking more information on green roofs and industry information.”

“Tecta is at the forefront of green roof technology, and we’re happy to unveil a refreshed site that better reflects our in-depth experience, noteworthy customer installations and green roof trends,” she finished.

Combining a sleek interface with user-friendly navigation, the Tecta Green website’s new and updated content includes:

• A detailed overview of the green roof installation and maintenance process

• A comprehensive list of environmental and economical benefits of installing a green roof

• A full explanation of different available green roof systems

• A portfolio of Tecta’s green roof projects highlighting the company’s expertise

• Up-to-the-minute company and green roof industry news as well as a thorough frequently asked questions page

The green roof site also features a current United States plant hardiness map, which illustrates which plants are most likely to thrive in certain regions of the country, allowing Tecta to select the appropriate vegetation for each project. Tecta Green also touts a new “Projects Portfolio” section that features more than 200 green roof projects along with a downloadable document that showcases the two million square feet of Tecta Green roofs installed throughout the U.S.

“Another exciting addition to the Tecta Green website is the module cut sheet,” said Durhman. “It shows how our modular system is unlike anything else in the industry because the system is removable, making it ideal for small-scale projects and customers concerned with optimally controlling storm water management.”

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