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Duro-Last Roofing VS. TPO Roofing

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If you’re in the market for new commercial roofing, you’ve probably heard of Duro-Last and TPO roofing. Duro-Last is a leading manufacturer of single-ply Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) roofing systems. TPO is thermoplastic olefin, and also applies to single-ply roofing.

Not sure which roofing material is right for you? At East Coast Flat Roofing, our roofing professionals are here to help! As experts in all things Duro-Last, we have some tips to help you make the right roofing decision.

Duro-Last Roofing Benefits

Easier to Work With - Duro-Last roofing is much easier to install compared to TPO roofing. The TPO material does not weld as easily as Duro-Last. The welding ability makes Duro-Last more pliable and lighter overall. TPO also does not provide pre-made sheets of any size like Duro-Last does.

Warranties - Duro-Last warranties cover much that TPO warranties do not. For example, Duro-Last covers roof repair, replacement, ponding water, and other consequential damage. And the best part? The warranty comes at no extra cost!

Energy Efficient - The material of your roof is a significant contributor to your energy bill costs. While TPO is energy efficient because of the reflective white surface, it doesn’t beat the costs you’ll save with Duro-Last.

Overall Savings - While Duro-Last roofing may seem more expensive upfront, the roofing system will last longer, take less time to install, and have included warranties for long-lasting protection.

Still have questions? Contact our Duro-Last experts today for advice and professional roofing installation!