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Roof Repair

Why Choose a Duro-Last Roofer?

Much like other areas of construction, roofing has benefited from advances in technology. One advancement in roofing that helps both roofing contractors and businesses is Duro-Last roofing. Duro-Last roofs are prefabricated roofs made of PVC resins, stabilizers, flame retardants, and UV absorbents. Duro-Last offers multiple benefits, compared to many modern roofing systems.

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What to Look for in a Commercial Roof Repair Contractor

Although many contractors are proficient in both commercial and residential building and repair projects, there are nuances to be aware of when hiring someone to work on a commercial building. This is particularly true with roofing contractors. Flat roofs are a completely different system than a typical house roof and require specialized knowledge and experience both to install and maintain. Knowing what to look for during an inspection and being aware of common problems is what a commercial roofer knows how to do differently than a residential contractor who usually works with shingled pitched roofs.

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Save Repair Costs with Seasonal Roof Inspections

How often do you go up on your roof and look around, check it out, and see how it all goes together and if there are any problems? If you’re like most people, the answer is, “never.” It’s a roof, designed to be on top of your building in the weather and last forever under normal use. And that’s the key, there is no such thing as “normal use” for a roof. Winds and storms can’t be predicted. This is why it is so important to have your roof inspected regularly and prevent more expensive repairs by fixing a problem quickly.

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Should You Repair Or Replace Your Flat Roof?

Although it doesn’t incorporate a pitch to allow the elements to roll off, the flat roof is proven as an efficient method of covering commercial buildings with the first layer of protection against the weather. The flat roof has some advantages over a pitched roof, notably the ease of access for inspections and repair work. They also tend to be less expensive to replace, for the aspects of both the materials and labor.

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