Protect Aging Roofs with Duro-Shield™ Coatingsand Materials

As the trend to revive downtown districts by repurposing older buildings into something new and exciting continues to grow, it’s important that building owners and facility managers pay special attention to their rooftop surfaces. With constant exposure to heat, cold, UV radiation, rain, snow, hail and high winds, a roof can be the most vulnerable component of a building’s exterior. However, a roof’s long-term performance can be enhanced — and major roofing problems avoided — with correct design, quality materials, proper installation and workmanship, and comprehensive care.

The cost of routine care is minimal when compared to the cost of repairing, removing and replacing a damaged roof. Duro-Last offers an entire line of products dedicated to helping you enhance the life cycle of this critical asset.

n59a9133A contractor uses an airless sprayer to apply a coating system to the rooftop of a restaurant facility.

Duro-Shield™ Roof Coatings and Materials — available in Duro-Shield 20, Duro-Shield 10 and Duro-Shield 5 — are 100 percent elastomeric acrylic and are designed to seal and protect a variety of substrates. Their brilliant white finish reflects the sun’s rays, which can lower heat buildup and reduce energy costs.

When properly prepared and appliedfollowing Duro-Last specifications, Duro-Shield roof coatings can be used on the following roof substrates:

  • Single-ply membranes of PVC (polyvinyl chloride), EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) or Hypalon CSPE (chlorosulfonated polyethylene)
  • Metal
  • Mineral and granule-surface built up (BUR) and modified bitumen
  • Smooth-surfaced built up (BUR) and modified bitumen
  • WoodTo learn more about Duro-Shield Coatings and Materials and how they can save you time and money on your next remodel project, visit

www.duro-last.com/duroshield

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