PJ Fitzpatrick has chosen superior materials to improve our customers’ homes in the Delaware Valley for decades. Our sensitivity to environmental concerns makes us a green home improvement company. We install roofs, windows, doors and siding that reduce pollution and waste. We utilize materials with energy-efficient engineering that are produced by sustainable manufacturing methods. Our customers are able to save money with lower utility bills and long-lasting installations.
Use of wood from managed forests instead of harvesting old growth
Ability to lower home energy use
Longer lifespan compared to traditional materials
We always work hard to ensure that you are completely satisfied with our work. The installers at PJ Fitzpatrick frequently earn glowing reviews from our customers. If you want to improve your home, choose our green building products that will reduce your environmental impact.
Environmentally Friendly Siding
You can update your home with GREEN CertainTeed Comfort Core Siding. The material meets LEED® and NAHB sustainability guidelines and eliminates resource-intensive upkeep such as painting and caulking.
CertainTeed Landmark Series Premium Shingles
With a 50-year warranty, these long-lasting shingles from CertainTeed exceed the longevity of most shingles on the market. Their durability reduces significant waste because you won’t need a new roof after only 20 years like many other brands.
When our experienced team installs new roofs, we also choose OSB for roof decking over plywood. OSB manufacturing compresses 50 layers of wood strands harvested from small trees instead of mature growth. Its shear strength outperforms plywood and provides a consistently rigid surface for the roof. You can rely on our skilled workers to install proper ventilation systems that passively manage the heat in attic spaces. This reduces temperature extremes that shorten the lifespan of roofing materials.
Energy Efficient Windows and Doors
Energy efficient windows and doors prevent the elements from penetrating your home and driving up utility costs. Ultrex Infinity Windows are available from PJ Fitzpatrick and contain Low E II insulating glass. The Ultrex manufacturing process complies with the 1990 Clean Air Act.
We also install Therma-Tru Doors. Composite materials in the top and bottom of the fiberglass doors come from recycled plastic bottles and wood chips.
Choose Our Green Home Improvement Company
Green building products contribute significantly to energy savings and sustainability. When you choose PJ Fitzpatrick, you’ll get upfront pricing and modern green materials from a company dedicated to preserving precious natural resources. Request an estimate for your home improvement project today.