Newly constructed family home with 1691 deck feet of tan membrane with Terra Cotta metal around the perimeter edge.
50mil membrane in tan with all metal in midnight bronze, 1,018 deck feet of Duro-Last membrane, 320ft of parapet.
The existing membrane roof was torn off and a new 50 mil PVC membrane was installed. Project took 8 days to complete for a total of 3,520 deck feet of material and 549ft of parapet.
2,200 feet of membrane. 122 ft of parapet. Two-piece snap-on compression metal used to terminate around edges.
United Roofing replaced this roof at Mt. Princeton Hot Springs with a Terra Cotta colored Duro-Last membrane.
For this roofing project on Poncha Pass, we installed a 50 mil grey Duro-Last membrane with a custom curb installed around the bottom of the chimney.
This flat roof was damaged in a recent hail storm. The hail damage was extensive, but not enough for insurance to completely replace the Duro-Last membrane. United Roofing was able to successfully repair this roof in an efficient and cost effective manner.