One of the most important questions that comes up when deciding on a new flat roofing material is: how much does Duro-Last roofing cost? At East Coast Flat Roofing, we’re here to make sure you get the best quality roof for the best price available.
Duro-Last roofing is sold and installed by roofing contractors who are trained experts in the material. Duro-Last materials are purchased by roofing contractors at the same price, but then the labor rates will vary.
Cheaper Duro-Last Roofing Projects
If you’re looking for a flat roof overlay using Duro-Last to mend an existing roof, the average price will fall between $3 - $5 per square foot. Overlays are most beneficial for those looking to save time and money on roof repair with little to no disruption to the building during the process.
Duro-Last’s metal roof retrofit system costs are similar to a flat roof overlay at $3 - $5 per square foot. This material helps stop leaks on a metal roof that were an issue before. The metal roof retrofit system can also include trims, flashing, and added roof insulation.
Pricier Duro-Last Roofing Projects
A flat roof replacement project is more expensive than flat roof overlays because it requires the additional costs of tearing off the old roofing, the dumpster, and replacement roof insulation. Overall, flat roof replacement costs an average of $4 - $8 per square foot.
Duro-Last is a great fit for restaurant roofing because of its strength and dexterity. Recovering an existing roof will be pricier than usual at $4 - $6 per square foot, but installing a Duro-Last roof on a newly constructed restaurant will cost close to $7.50 - $9, including the insulation and 20-year warranty.