Commercial Flat Roofing Services in Waterbury, CT


Need to construct a new – or upgrade an old – commercial flat roof in the “Brass City”? Look no further than Kings Roofing Services! We specialize in a wide selection of commercial flat roofing projects to ensure the job is done right, on time and – you guessed it – fit for a king.

Our Commercial Flat Roofing Services

Our area of expertise begins at the original design, and continues through the installation, maintenance and repair no matter which type of roof you select. Commercial structures tend to be much larger than a typical residence in terms of square footage and thus the preferable option tends to be a flat roofing system. Additionally, these roofing systems of often less expensive than pitch-roofed versions, easier to construct and maintain, as well as allow for installation of other components on the roof such as exhaust or AC vents.


Main Types Of Commercial Flat Roofing

With our extensive expertise, we are able to construct a wide selection of flat roofing systems. The most common include:

1. EPDM Roofs

Short for ethylene propylene diene terpolymer, EPDM roofs are an excellent choice for a commercial roofing project. Often referred to as “rubber roofing” the material is predominately composed of two main ingredients: ethylene and propylene. This combination creates a superior durability that provides the waterproofing necessary – and expected – for a top quality roofing material.

2. White TPO Roofs

A White TPO Roof – TPO short for “thermoplastic” – is one of the most weather resistant and versatile roofing options, and a growing trend in today’s commercial roofing market. The material is composed of a single-ply ethylene propylene rubber membrane, which includes hot-air weldable seams. When bound together, the blanket material is highly durable – virtually seamless – and resistant to weather, fire, molds, punctures, chemicals and tears. Additionally, for an added energy bonus, a white TPO roof will reflect the suns rays, reducing heavy heat transfer especially in summer to lower air conditioning costs.

3. Hot Tar Roofs

A classic material, hot tar roofs have been widely utilized on commercial buildings throughout the U.S. for nearly the past century. The material is essentially comprised of multiple layers of a fiberglass-based asphalt. This is then reinforced with plies to generate a waterproof consistency.