Shingle Yard is currently open for business.
$50 per load
NO DUMPING AFTER HOURS! No Exceptions.
***Violators will be fined and banned from future use.
Save Money While Going Green
Shingle Drop Location:
3901 Gelder Dr, Raleigh, NC
*Head South on hwy 401 (7 miles off 440) It's the first right after Hardee's at the Liebherr Heavy Equipment Center.
Pricing for 2017
$50 for any size load of clean shingles
(nails and felt paper accepted)
$125 for shingles with trash bagged and separated on top
**We do not accept large sheets of plywood and heavy lumber.
We are here to remove roofing shingles from the landfill and save your company time and money.
If you are looking to save money with your disposal of shingles from a large construction site or a small home, we are here for you.
We are located right off of Hwy 401 to help you quickly get in and out.Premier RAS was created to help clean up the planet by receiving used shingles to create a high quality asphalt add in.
We are less than HALF the price of taking your shingles to the landfill! Our charge is
$50: Shingles contain only felt and nails
$125: Waste is separated and bagged
FACT: Over 11 Million Tons of Shingles are put into the Landfill each year. Take your company green by saving money and recycling your shingles to build our roadways.
Our clean shingle yard allows your company easy access on and off the property for your crew to get quickly back to your job site and doing what you do best.
Old Roof Becomes New Roadway
In the past when a roofing company tore off your old asphalt shingles, they went to the landfill. Forward-thinking companies understand the value of keeping things out of the landfill and recycle when they can. Since 2009, nearly 8,000 tons of shingles were kept out of our local landfills and reused for new roadways.
Why Every Home Matters
Recycling one roof equals two barrels of oil.
- Reduce need for foreign oil – Manufactured shingles consist of 40 percent asphalt. Recycling shingles reduced the amount of virgin resources used to make shingles.
- Reduce what goes in the landfill – Shingles take 400 years to breakdown in a landfill and more than 11 million tons of shingles end up there annually.
- Reduce cost of paving projects – While a resident may not pay for a road project, they pay for public road projects in one way or another. Recycling your roof helps your local, state and national governments.
- Building certification – Qualify for U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED credits.
Premier RAS is a family business owned and operated by locals in Raleigh, NC.