Cool roofing? Not much in Baltimore

Unlike others, city hasn’t fully embraced tactic credited with blunting rising temperatures

In east Baltimore, home to neighborhoods with the hottest summer temperatures in the city, Saahil Panikar credits the white roof on his Butchers Hill rowhouse with how comfortable his home is year-round. “I keep my thermostat on the lower level set at 72 degrees all year, and it never gets above 67 degrees on my second ...

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