Deciding on the right commercial flat roof material for your facility is not a decision you should take lightly. Depending on the size of your building, a commercial roof membrane may cost anywhere from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of dollars. Making sure you’re getting what you pay for upfront is only part of maximizing your investment. You also have to be aware of the associated roof lifecycle costs, including maintenance, repairs, and energy savings, to inform your decision.
While a cheaper, lower-quality commercial roof installation may look like a better value, it rarely is. For large, commercial-scale roof membranes, the associated repair, maintenance, and energy costs associated with a low-quality system are significantly higher than the corresponding costs for higher-quality materials.
If you’re looking to maximize the value of your commercial roof installation from day one, these are the features that set Duro-Last membranes apart from any other roofing material in the industry.