Euroshield Roofing

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Pro­vid­ing the so­lu­tion to the over­whelm­ing prob­lem of old tires clog­ging up land­fills and dump­sites, Euroshield Roofing Prod­ucts re­sponse with in­no­va­tion and no-non­sense func­tion have beau­ti­fied our homes—es­pe­cially from a bird’s-eye view.

The Beau­mont Shake is the lat­est edi­tion to the Euroshield shake lineup, which in­cludes Harvest Shake and Ranch­lands Shake. Slim­mer and more light­weight than Ranch­lands Shake, it is less ex­pen­sive and eas­ier to in­stall, bridg­ing the price gap be­tween asphalt shingles and other premium roofing ma­te­ri­als like cedar, slate, me­tal, and other plas­tic/composite syn­thet­ics.

“Years of re­search have re­sulted in the cre­ation of our im­pres­sive line of ex­tremely durable, en­vi­ron­men­tally friendly, and great look­ing prod­ucts,” shares Di­rec­tor of Mar­ket­ing and Sales, Brian Eberle. “In south­ern Al­berta there is an aw­ful lot of hail dam­age re­sult­ing in higher pre­mi­ums and higher de­ductibles. This is the most hail re­sis­tant roofing op­tion avail­able with a trans­fer­able life­time war­ranty—in­clud­ing two-inch hail cover­age,” he adds, not­ing that many in­sur­ers rec­og­nize this and of­fer dis­counts to home­own­ers who in­stall Euroshield rub­ber roofing. With all of their prod­ucts com­posed of 95% re­cy­cled ma­te­ri­als (and 70% re­cy­cled rub­ber), Euroshield’s durable com­po­si­tion makes them ex­tremely re­sis­tant to the el­e­ments. “Our prod­ucts are now sold through­out North Amer­ica, Alaska, Hawaii, Europe, and the Caribbean,” states Eberle.

Avail­able in three pop­u­lar colours that in­clude brown, black, and grey, the Beau­mont is Euroshield’s most au­then­tic-look­ing shake pro­file to date. Host­ing a 9-inch ex­po­sure to the weather and only 40 pan­els per square-foot there are fewer pan­els needed than ever be­fore, mak­ing fewer to han­dle, less weight for ship­ping, and cost­ing less to in­stall.

“There is an av­er­age of 400 tires di­verted from our land­fills for a sin­gle res­i­den­tial roof and we go through ap­prox­i­mately 30,000 pounds of tire rub­ber a day in our man­u­fac­tur­ing process,” ad­mits Eberle. “With a num­ber of com­peti­tors us­ing plas­tics, com­pos­ites, cel­lu­losic fi­bres and other various in­gre­di­ents, no other man­u­fac­turer uses tire rub­ber to the ex­tent that we do. It is the low­est priced premium, en­vi­ron­men­tally-friendly, per­ma­nent roofing op­tion avail­able and of­fers the best over­all value in roofing over the long run,” con­cludes Eberle.

“Birkholz Con­struc­tion was founded by my par­ents, Horst and Doris Birkholz, back in 1968,” shares Kevin Birkholz. “What drives us still is a pas­sion for cre­at­ing value in well built, qual­ity homes and the won­der­ful re­la­tion­ships we share with our clients in help­ing them ful­fill their dreams,” ad­mits Kevin Birkholz.

As one of the lead­ing cus­tom home­builders in Ed­mon­ton, Birkholz Homes of­fers a level of cus­tom­ized service that ex­tends be­yond the sale, draw­ing from years of ex­pe­ri­ence to build ex­cep­tional homes that com­mand a high re­sale value with last­ing ap­peal.

Fea­tur­ing their cur­rent show home in the highly cov­eted com­mu­nity of Ja­gare Ridge, their vi­sion was to cre­ate a con­tem­po­rary home unique to the area, tak­ing full ad­van­tage of a ravine-back­ing lot. “Our rooftop pa­tio hosts the best views in west Ed­mon­ton. It’s a great van­tage point to en­joy the ravine and its wildlife,” notes Birkholz who de­signed gen­er­ous out­door ar­eas around the home to best re­flect it sur­round­ings.

De­signed for the fam­ily who likes to en­ter­tain, the open lay­out en­cour­ages gath­er­ings with stag­gered ceil­ing heights sup­ply­ing per­spec­tive and room def­i­ni­tion. A five-bedroom home that show­cases 7,100 de­vel­oped square feet with a fin­ished base­ment and a third level loft, mul­ti­ple ameni­ties for at-home pur­suits in­clude a bar, gym, and a lounge area down­stairs that hosts lots of stor­age and ac­cess to the garage.

The open tread, white oak stair­case features an air­craft ca­ble spin­dle de­sign that rises to the third level loft. Chicago brick tile clads the dual-sided fire­place, di­vid­ing the din­ing room from the great room where views­cale win­dows af­fords light and nat­u­ral at­trac­tions.

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