Building Owners Prefer Duro-Last® Roofing Systems
Keep Your Doors Open
See why building owners across North America trust Duro-Last Roofing Systems to protect their businesses.
Installed with No Disruptions
Duro-Last Roofing Systems are installed by authorized Duro-Last contractors with no loud machinery, hot tar or mess. They are also serviceable and can easily be repaired without heavy equipment or an entire replacement. That means no downtime for your business!
Durability = True Performance
The unique formulation of Duro-Last Roofing Systems delivers long-term value
and peace of mind. Two differentiators Duro-Last offers are a high-quality
reinforcement scrim and thickness above scrim.
Knitted in-house, our anti-wicking polyester weft-insertion scrim has a
14 x 18 or 14 x 9 threads-per-inch density – among the highest in the industry.
Duro-Last's scrim uses a third tie yarn to prevent runs and doesn't allow tears
to spread. The scrim is the backbone of all Duro-Last’s membranes, giving
them their strength and puncture resistance.
Duro-Last's thickness over scrim – also known as the “performance layer”
– is thick, making our membranes extra durable. This means that Duro-Last
Roofing Systems provide protection where your building needs it most: the
exposed surface of the membrane.
By reflecting up to 88% of the sun’s energy, Duro-Last white roofing systems can
greatly reduce energy costs. Learn more about how Duro-Last contributes to
Duro-Last warranties provide unparalleled protection for commercial roofing
applications. We were the first manufacturer to offer a warranty that expressly covers consequential damages.
The Prefabrication Advantage
Through our custom prefabricated roofing systems – which can include both membrane and accessories – up to 85% of the seams can be completed in our factory-controlled environment. This eliminates most of the on-site fabrication that can lead to roof leaks.
We are “keeping North America covered” through strategically placed Quality Assurance Technical Representatives for service and inspections, a fully staffed Engineering Services Department and five manufacturing facilities across the United States.