Free Roof Analysis
For years, we at The Duerson Corporation have exclusively used Duro-Last Roofing, Inc. products for all of our commercial roofing. In fact, we are happy to be recognized as one of the largest installers for Duro-Last roofs. So, despite all of the other commercial roofing manufacturers throughout the United States, why have we chosen to only use a single provider?
The two most important parts to a proper commercial roof is that it is durable and energy efficient. Duro-Last’s white membrane single-ply membrane PVC roofing has the highest reflectivity rate of any single-ply membrane given out by the EPA ENERGY STAR Roof Products Program. Don’t worry, we have plenty of color options apart from the white membrane!
Duro-Last’s roofing membrane is resistant to fire, grease, high winds, punctures, and chemicals. It also adjusts to the highest and lowest of temperatures to keep its tight seal on your commercial building.
We are able to manufacture a roof that is perfectly tailored to your building in our controlled factory setting. On top of that, our installation process is a quiet and easy with no need for massive machinery, nauseous gases, or tar. Duro-Last is even able to be installed on top of pre-existing roofs, allowing owners to save costs on an expensive tear-off costs.
The standard warranty for Duro-Last is 15 years, making it one of the best in the industry. This comprehensive warranty plan is transferable, has no exclusions for ponding water, and provides coverage against all damages that result from a defective Duro-Last product or installation. There is also a 20-year warranty option available.
Our favorite part about Duro-Last is that all of their products are made right here in the United States. With a manufacturing plant based out of Sigourney, Iowa, our supplies are never far away. If you need a free roof analysis, contact us today! The Duerson Corporation can help you with your commercial flat roof, metal roof, and low-sloped roofing projects.
Posted: January 4, 2018 at 1:24 pmRead More »