Have you been hearing a lot about Duro-Last roofing vs. Polyurethane Foam when it comes to replacing your commercial roof? At East Coast Flat Roofing, we’ve got you (and your building) covered with everything you need to know about the two roofing materials.
How do they compare and which is more beneficial? Take it from the Duro-Last roofing experts and see what our team has to offer for your commercial roof.
Which Roofing Material is Better?
Spray Polyurethane Foam has been used for commercial roofing and insulation for over 20 years. The material itself is cheap but the equipment used to install it makes it pricey overall. The material seems to last with minimal repair but it is often installed poorly causing long-term issues.
Duro-Last roofing systems, however, include much higher quality materials and extensive quality control checks throughout manufacturing. Duro-Last is long-lasting with warranties for roof repairs and replacements. The best part? The warranties come at no extra cost!
The installation of Duro-Last is cheaper and quicker to install. The water and airtight fit are accomplished with pre-cut pieces that can also be applied to several types of existing roofs like TPO single-ply, and metal roofs.
Duro-Last roofing is often used with ISO insulation underneath that lasts much longer than the spray foam. In order to maintain the strong insulation of Polyurethane, the coating needs to be reapplied around every 10 years.
To conclude the debate, we know our winner! Reach out to East Coast Flat Roofing for Duro-Last roofing on your commercial building today.