Get top quality commercial flat roofing services in one of Connecticut’s most historic locations. With more than 40 years experience, Kings Roofing specializes in a number of roofing systems, including:
- EPDM Roofing: One of the most popular commercial roofing materials today, EPDM roofing is made of ethylene and propylene – elements derived from oil and natural gas. When combined, these create a synthetic rubber membrane that is exceptionally durable and versatile, praised for its waterproof qualities. EPDM roofing systems are often easier to install, maintain and repair than other commercial flat roof materials and come in black or white, various widths and two thicknesses – 45 or 60 mils.
- White TPO Roofing: TPO roofs are acclaimed for providing excellent durability in a flexible system that allows for building movement. Ethylene and propylene combine to create a single-ply rubber membrane that is then welded with hot air at the seams to generate a virtually seamless rubber material. These are also often advertised as “seamless” roofs.
Both these systems are available in white, which is particularly effective at reflecting suns rays and thus reducing heat transfer in the building. This is an excellent option for buildings in Windsor or South Windsor, CT – a state that can have very warm summers. By reducing heat transfer into buildings in the summer months, this can reduce the need for cooling and therefore reduce energy costs.
Additionally, we also specialize in:
- Hot Tar Roofing: One of the most commonly used building materials throughout the U.S. in the past century; hot tar systems are also often referred to as “built up roof” or “BUR”. The application entails layering of fiberglass-based asphalt and reinforcing plies to build a durable and waterproof system to protect your structure.
- Torch Down Roofing: Similar to the hot tar roof, torch down systems utilize hot asphalt and reinforcing plies to create a robust roof membrane. The difference here lies in the name – during installation, overlapping areas are torched down to create a seamless rubber layer over a fiberglass base.
Additionally, we are able to work with a number of other flat roofing materials and options. Please contact one of our experts for more information or if you have any questions or concerns.