Hartford, Connecticut Residential Roofing Contractors
Shingles come in a wide range of colors and styles. They also vary in terms of their longevity. Whether it is a 30 year or lifetime shingle, we carry a wide range of products from most manufacturers and are certified installers.Learn More...
Slate RoofingA slate roof provides one of the longest lasting types of roofing available. Offering aesthetic beauty, it comes in a variety of colors and is relatively maintenance free, resistant to rot and is fireproof. J.J. Landerman Roofing has experience and expertise to install, repair and maintain this classic material.
Metal roofing is a good alternative to shingles or slate. J.J. Landerman Roofing installs all types of metal roofing such as flat seams, standing seams, battens and wall panels. This roofing material comes in a variety of metals such as copper, aluminum and steel and provides long term finish warranties.
Membrane RoofingA membrane roof has only one ply of membrane, often referred to as a "single ply roof". The predonominant membranes today are made from EPDM, PVC or TPO. A membrane roof offers more flexibility for movement and is easy to maintain.
EPDM Rubber Roofing , or a "rubber roof", is the most common form of membrane. It is usually black in color, is either reinforced or non-reinforced and comes in a range of sizes and thicknesses.
PVC is made from polyvinyl chloride applied over a reinforcing scrim. White is most commonly used for solar reflectivity.
TPO Membrane Roofing is made from thermoplastic olefin or polyolefin and typically installed white.
Felts are installed in layers and are finished with a coating or a gravel aggregate.
Modified Bitumen Roofing
Installed similarly to Built-up but uses plies of synthetic reinforcing scrim that is enveloped with a modified asphalt of either APP (Atactic Polypropylene) or SBS (Stryene Butadiene Styrene). It is available in multiple colors and provides a greater elasticity to the roof. The membranes are installed and bonded together with heat from a hot torch, hot asphalt or cold applied adhesive.
Age and exposure to the elements can lead to roof deterioration and eventually roof failure. A preventative maintenance program is essential to extending the life of your roof, protecting its warranties, and reducing potentially costly emergency repairs. Being proactive with a roof maintenance program helps avoid most emergency repairs and eliminates the possibility of interior damage caused by roof leaks.