Custom Craft Roofing Installs PVC Membrane RoofFAQ

How does a CustomCraft Roofing project begin?

CustomCraft Roofing will complete a thorough roofing inspection of your commercial or residential roof. After the roof inspection, we will discuss our comprehensive project cost estimate. At the time of the inspection, the CustomCraft representative will also make notes as to the best, least obtrusive places to stage materials, equipment, dumpsters, etc. to minimize any complications for your home or work place.

Does CustomCraft Roofing carry liability insurance?

Yes, your roofing project is covered by complete liability insurance.

Does CustomCraft Roofing install metal roofs?

Yes, we install the Exceptional Metals standing seam, steel roofs in a variety of popular colors.

What are the factors that determine what my roof will cost?

While there are many factors, the primary variables are the size and complexity of the roof, the roofing material chosen, the amount of pre-prep work required prior to roofing material installation, and the amount of time estimated to install the new roof.

If I only need a partial roof repair, will CustomCraft do this type of work?

Yes, CustomCraft will perform what is required to solve your roofing problem at hand.

Do you install shingle roofs?

CustomCraft is a certified installer of CertainTeed® asphalt shingles, available in a variety of customer appealing colors.

Why is Duro-Last called “The World’s Best Roof?”

Duro-Last PVC roofing materials are impervious to weather and carry the most comprehensive warranty in the roofing industry. The warranty covers repair or replacement of the roof for 15 years and does not have exclusions for ponding water or consequential damages. Compared to EPDM rubber ballast roofs, the Duro-Last warranty will cover a complete roof replacement if needed during the warranty period. EPDM roofing systems only cover repair.

Is the Duro-Last Roofing System energy efficient?

The white Duro-Last roofing System reflects 86% of the sun’s rays, resulting in significant reduction in air conditioning costs. When heating costs are a concern, Duro-Last is mechanically attached over large amounts of insulating material to reduce heat loss. Duro-Last is also a charter partner of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star Roof Products Program.

What code approvals (national, local, wind ratings) does a Duro-Last roof meet?

The Duro-Last Roofing System is designed to meet or exceed all roofing industry standards-both national and local. You are encouraged to call the Duro-Last Engineering Department at (800) 248-0280 for any specific code or design questions.