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Dura-Loc Roofing Systems, now known as Allmet, makes metal roofing systems for steep-slope commercial and residential buildings. Allmet/Dura-Loc features granular coating on shingles made to replicate the look of tiles, slate and shake shingles.
According to the manufacturer, Allmet metal shingles weigh far less than the traditional roofing materials. Today, Allmet offers eight shingle styles: Ridgewood and Wood shake shingles; Talavera and Continental barrel tiles; Tudor and Shadowline slate tile; and Granite Ridge and Guardian asphalt-style shingles.
Allmet shingles are Class A fire-resistant, Class 4 hail-rated and warranted against high strength winds. Allmet makes its shingles in 22 different color options. Several metal shingles feature Energy Star®-qualified finishes.
Allmet / Dura-Loc's History
Allmet is based in Courtland, Ontario. The company was acquired under its Dura-Loc Roofing Systems Ltd. name by Metals USA Inc. in May 2006. In 2007 Metals USA rebranded the Dura-Loc division as Allmet Roofing Products. In 2013, Metals USA was acquired by Reliance Steel and Aluminum Co.
For 2012, Metals USA reported approximately $2 billion in net sales, $19 million of which were for its Building Products division.
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Contacting Allmet / Dura-Loc
P.O. Box 220
Courtland, Ontario N0J 1E0
Phone: (800) 265-9357
Allmet offers a transferable 50-year limited warranty on its shingles. The warranty ensures the products will be free from defects in manufacturing and workmanship and will resist damage from winds of up to 120 miles per hour as well as from hail. The warranty also states that the product will not deteriorate "beyond normal weathering" including minor granule loss.
Review your product warranty carefully to make sure you understand the terms.