Commercial Flat Roofing Services in Hartford, CT


Commercial flat roofing in Connecticut’s capital city has never been easier with the expert services of Kings Roofing. Our family-owned and operated company has the knowledge and experience to help you with all aspects of the process – from design to installation, maintenance and repair.


Why Does A Flat Roof Work Best For A Commercial Building?

There’s a reason you never – or rarely – see a pitched roof on a large commercial building. With such extensive square footage, it’s would be incredibly expensive and difficult to install a sloped system. Additionally, flat roofs are ideal for commercial structures because they boast easy access for maintenance or repair and offer additional space for equipment such as AC vents or exhausts. As well, as sustainable and green technologies are moving towards the front of many commercial enterprises’ attention, a flat roof system also allows for the installation of technological innovations such as green roof systems or PV panels – not only good for the environment, but also providing the potential to reduce energy costs.


Why Is Hartford The Ideal Place To Install A Commercial Flat Roof System?

As the capital city, Hartford is home to a number of economic, financial, educational and commercial enterprises. The city is constantly expanding and thus construction is always in demand. As a commercial roofing company, we understand the importance of a top-quality job and will ensure that you are 100% satisfied with the end result. Investing in your commercial structure in Hartford today with a durable flat roof system is sure to be a decision you won’t regret.

Our Top Flat Roofing Services

With more than 40 years experience, Kings Roofing is well versed in the installation and repair of a wide variety of flat roofing systems. Our most common include hot tar roofs, torch down roofs, EPDM roofs and white TPO roofs although we are able to cater our skills to other materials as well.

  •         Hot Tar Roofs are one of the most widely used commercial flat roofing systems, popular throughout the U.S. for nearly the past century. The application implies multiple layers of asphalt and reinforcing plies. These are also often referred to as a “built up roof” or “BUR”.
  •         Torch Down Roofs also utilize asphalt and reinforcing plies, but the overlapping area is torched down to create a large rubber sheet over an asphalt base – hence the name “torch down”.
  •         EPDM Roofs (ethylene propylene diene terpolymer) are made of durable and versatile ethylene propylene to create a waterproof rubber membrane. This roofing system is often praised as being easier to install, maintain and repair than other systems and come in a wide selection of thicknesses and widths.
  •         White TPO Roofs (thermoplastic) are an emerging trend on the commercial roofing market. The system is composed of a single-ply membrane made of ethylene propylene to provide the sturdiness of rubber with the performance of a “seamless” roof – a main feature of this roof is the hot air welding of the seams.