KMR Enterprises Inc. | Green Initiative
Residential & Commercial Suppliers & Installers of Architectural Metal Systems. From a residential metal roof accent, to bonded commercial projects exceeding $1 million, KMR can handle your architectural metal needs from start to finish.
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Green Initiative

Building with metal is building GREEN.

Most of our products are made from recycled material. Our products have solar reflective qualities which reduce heat absorbed into the structure and they cool quickly at night, thereby reducing electricity usage.


Many of the systems we use including rain screens and cladding systems are not only among the most environmentally responsible building envelopes, they are economically rewarding as well, saving owners many times their cost over time.


We have extensive experience with Green Buildings, LEED Certification, life cycle assessments, recycled content, recyclable materials, and best practices.


Many of our products are manufactured close to the projects, thereby reducing fuel requirements.


Our systems can reduce the heat transfer by introducing a thermal break between the structure and the exterior building envelope.