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Norwalk CT 203 246 6089 / Pittsburgh PA 203 858 0080 / Longview TX 903 -291-0848
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We Provide the Following Services to:

Residential and Commercial Flat Roofs 

 

 

 

 

Commercial Roof USA

47 Stevens ST #2
Norwalk, Connecticut 06850
United States (US)
Phone: 203 858 0080
Secondary phone: 203 246 6089
Email: naas@mac.com
URL:
Price range: 500

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All Roof USA

6 Camp St
Norwalk, Connecticut 06851
United States (US)
Phone: 203-803-6483
Email: info@allroofusa.com
URL:
Price range: 700-20,000

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Flat Roof Doctor

46 Stevens St
Norwalk, Connecticut 06850
United States (US)
Phone: 203 246 6089
Email: naas@mac.com
URL:
Price range: 800 - 15000

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Clean Cut Roofing

Clean Cut Roofing

1905 E. US Hwy 80
White Oak, Texas 75693
United States (US)
Phone: (903) 291-0848
Secondary phone: (903) 238-3909
Fax: (214)451-6298
Email: hunter@cleancutroofing.com
URL:
Price range: 2000 - 90000

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Norwalk

Commercial Roof USA offices are located in Connecticut and Pennsylvania. We are flat roof experts. We install and repair residential and commercial flat roofs.

 

Latrobe

Bridgeport

Monroeville

Greensburg

Milford

Stamford

Greenwich

Everson

Choosing a Roofing Company

There are many roofing companies to choose from. In your search for a flat roof contractor, you will find that EPDM and TPO quotes are quite appealing, but you will need to remember that those quotes are for single-ply rubber membranes that puncture easily, have adhesives that fail at the seams, and shrink and degrade from harmful ultraviolet light.

Comparing Roofing Systems

Modified Bitumen Membrane over gravel

Above is an image of a Two Ply Modified Bitumen Torch Down Rubber Roof being installed over an old Hot Tar and Gravel commercial roof.

Modified Bitumen Rubber after 20 years Monroeville, PA.

Above is an image of a 2 Ply Modified Bitumen Rubber Roof we installed over 20 years ago. Notice that there have been repairs needed since it was first installed.

Modified Bitumen Rubber roof membrane Pittsburgh

The image above is another example of a Modified Bitumen 2-ply system that we installed. After 18 years, there are no signs of deterioration.

Two ply Modified Rubber system being installed. Stamford, greenwich

The image above was taken 15 years ago as I was when installing a 2 Ply Modified Bitumen Rubber Membrane. The black covering is the first layer called the Self-Adhering Base. The second layer is the Modified Bitumen Rubber Membrane-embedded with white ceramic granules.

Rubber mats not protecting the EPDM rubber as it suppose to do.

In the image above, notice all the patched repairs. These repairs have been done on an EPDM Rubber Roof System that was less than 10 years old. There were not enough rubber mats placed in appropriate traffic areas.

Unprotected Modified bitumen rubber roof

The image above shows a SINGLE PLY Modified Bitumen Rubber Roof. Notice that there are no ceramic granules or aluminum asphalt coating applied to the membrane to protect it from harmful ultraviolet light.

Modified Bitumen Rubber - cover with another rubber to fuse together. Greenwich, CT

In the image above, we show that there is no need to strip away old roofing before installing a 2 Ply Modified Bitumen Torch Down Rubber Membrane.

Installing a Rubber roof over gravel - Wilton

The image above shows part of the process for installing a 2-ply Modified Bitumen Torch Down Rubber Roof System over an existing Tar and Gravel roof.

 

Choosing a Roofing Company

There are many roofing companies to choose from. In your search for a flat roof contractor, you will find that EPDM and TPO quotes are quite appealing, but you will need to remember that those quotes are for single-ply rubber membranes that puncture easily, have adhesives that fail at the seams, and shrink and degrade from harmful ultraviolet light.

Comparing Roofing Systems

Modified Bitumen Membrane over gravel

Above is an image of a Two Ply Modified Bitumen Torch Down Rubber Roof being installed over an old Hot Tar and Gravel commercial roof.

Modified Bitumen Rubber after 20 years Monroeville, PA.

Above is an image of a 2 Ply Modified Bitumen Rubber Roof we installed over 20 years ago. Notice that there have been repairs needed since it was first installed.

Modified Bitumen Rubber roof membrane Pittsburgh

The image above is another example of a Modified Bitumen 2-ply system that we installed. After 18 years, there are no signs of deterioration.

Two ply Modified Rubber system being installed. Stamford, greenwich

The image above was taken 15 years ago as I was when installing a 2 Ply Modified Bitumen Rubber Membrane. The black covering is the first layer called the Self-Adhering Base. The second layer is the Modified Bitumen Rubber Membrane-embedded with white ceramic granules.

Rubber mats not protecting the EPDM rubber as it suppose to do.

In the image above, notice all the patched repairs. These repairs have been done on an EPDM Rubber Roof System that was less than 10 years old. There were not enough rubber mats placed in appropriate traffic areas.

Unprotected Modified bitumen rubber roof

The image above shows a SINGLE PLY Modified Bitumen Rubber Roof. Notice that there are no ceramic granules or aluminum asphalt coating applied to the membrane to protect it from harmful ultraviolet light.

Modified Bitumen Rubber - cover with another rubber to fuse together. Greenwich, CT

In the image above, we show that there is no need to strip away old roofing before installing a 2 Ply Modified Bitumen Torch Down Rubber Membrane.

Installing a Rubber roof over gravel - Wilton

The image above shows part of the process for installing a 2-ply Modified Bitumen Torch Down Rubber Roof System over an existing Tar and Gravel roof.

 

Servicing the Northeast

Commercial Roof USA began in Norwalk, Connecticut 30 years ago.  We have expanded our services to many parts of the North East. Our offices are located in Pennsylvania and Connecticut.

Milford, Connecticut

641 New Haven Ave.

Milford, CT 06460

Tel. 203 246 6089

Statmford, CT

59 Mathews Street

Stamford, CT 06902

Tel. 203 246 6089

Latrobe, PA

192 McCullough Road

Latrobe, PA 15650

Tel. 724 880 7346

Bridgeport, CT

393 Laurel Ave. Unit # 310

Bridgeport, CT 06605

Tel. 203 246 6089

Greenwich, CT

2 R Ivy Street

Greenwich, CT 06830

Tel. 203 246 6089

Monroeville, PA

212 First Street Rear

Trafford, PA 15085

Tel. 724 880 7346

Greensburg, PA

532 Jack St.

Greensburg, PA  15601

Tel. 724 880 7346

Everson, PA

110 Hill Street Rear

Everson, PA 15631

Tel. 724 880 7346

Commercial Roofing in the Northeast

We install and repair commercial flat roofs in the Northeast. Our office locations are in Connecticut and Pennsylvania.

Trucks at Our Locations

Our trucks are fully equipped with a roofing crew and can handle any roofing project. All the trucks carry the necessary tools to do a complete installation or repair of any size roof.