SunTegra (formerly known as Integrated Solar Technology or IST), a leading provider of integrated solar roof systems, today announced a partnership with Brookside Development, a leading Green Home Builder based in Woodbridge, Connecticut. With this partnership, Brookside Development has begun offering the SunTegra Shingle and Tile products to its customers.
“We are thrilled to be working with Brookside because of their reputation and breadth of expertise offering homeowners the best experience in new construction,” said Mark Paille, Director of Sales at SunTegra. “Brookside Development has built up an impressive reputation for Green Building and has offered other roof-integrated solar solutions like the Dow POWERHOUSE solar shingles. We are excited to help them further strengthen their competitive offering with SunTegra.”
Brookside Development and SunTegra currently have projects installed in the Singer Village Subdivision at 5 Singer Village Drive, in Derby, Connecticut. This home has recently been awarded “The Best Green Energy Efficient Home” and Singer Village has been named “The Best Green Energy Efficient Single Family Community” by the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Connecticut’s Home Building Industry Awards for 2016.
As a full-service Green Builder, Brookside Development offers homeowners a start-to-finish solution for all their new home needs. The company’s ability to offer a roof-integrated solar shingle has put them in a unique position in the market. Whereas other contractors provide strictly traditional roofing, Brookside Development stands out against the competition by offering homeowners the ability to combine their roofing and solar into one seamless installation, saving them money and giving them the preferred aesthetics of a roof-integrated solar solution.
“We have developed our solar program to the point where it has become a staple in our offering,” said Mark Nuzzolo, owner of Brookside Development. “Solar is important for our communities, our company’s mission, and of course for our homeowners. When homeowners call looking to build, we can educate them about what solar shingles are, what they can do for them, and give them all the tools they need to determine whether a solar roof is right for them.”
SunTegra Shingle and SunTegra Tile solutions offer homeowners a viable and cost-effective way to seamlessly integrate solar into their roofs. SunTegra products attach directly to roof decking or battens, and function both as a solar panel and a roofing material. Both products are UL 1703 certified and carry a Class A fire rating.
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