Membrane/Flat Roofing Near Hartford, CT

Looking for Membrane Roofing Services in Connecticut?

J.J. Landerman Roofing has you covered!

We have been installing, replacing & repairing Commercial, Residential & Industrial membrane roofs using EPDM, TPO & PVC systems throughout Connecticut for over 30 years.  

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J.J. Landerman Roofing is able to work on and install all different forms of membrane roofing depending on the clients needs and the requirements of the building.  We work on and install commercial flat roofs of all sizes throughout Connecticut.  Whether you need a minor repair on your 1,500 sq. ft. office roof or a complete roof replacement for your 150,000+ sq. ft. warehouse, J.J. Landerman Roofing is prepared for the job.  

If you would like to learn more, please read below for more information on the different types of membrane roofs.  

We Offer Professional EPDM Rubber Membrane Roofing Install, Repair & Maintenance Throughout Connecticut

 Benefits of EPDM Rubber Membrane Roofing:

  • Reduces pooling
  • Superior leakage protection
  • No need to add gravel topcoat as with asphalt roofs
  • Extremely durable - withstands extreme temperatures  
  • Lightweight and flexible
  • Easy to install
  • Easy to repair

EPDM, or "rubber roof", is the most common form of membrane roofing available. It is a single-ply membrane comprised of rubber compounds and other chemicals.

Rubber roofing comes in different thicknesses (i.e., 45 mill, 45 mill reinforced, 60 mill [the most common], 60 mill reinforced, and 90 mill) and widths. J.J. Landerman Roofing can install it on all different types of decking (i.e., concrete, wood, steel, lightweight gyp decking, and tectum decking), using one of four methods: full adhered, mechanically fastened, batten-in-seam, or ballasted.

To install a fully-adhered rubber roof, the most common and effective method of EPDM installation, roofing contractors use a bonding adhesive, which can be adhered to many different sub-straights and insulation's (i.e., fiber-board, perlite, iso-cyanurate, and EPS). Most rubber roofs will be secured with insulation plates and screws. The height and configuration of the building will determine the number of fasteners per sq. ft. and the placement of the fasteners on the insulation.

There are several written details used in association with rubber roofing systems.  Primers, in-seam tape, bonding adhesive, flashing material, inseam plates, insulation plates, screws, metal edging, cap flashings, thru wall flashings, metal skirts, pitch boxes, curbs, vent pipes, and exhaust fans are just a few. 




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We Offer Professional TPO Membrane Roofing Install, Repair & Maintenance Throughout Connecticut

Benefits of TPO Membrane Roofing:

  • Ideal for new structures and reroofing/restoration
  • Easy to repair
  • Potentially significant energy savings
  • Reduces pooling
  • Superior leak protection
  • No need to add gravel topcoat as with asphalt roofs
  • Lightweight and flexible
  • Extremely resistant to tears, impact, punctures, and wind uplift
  • Long expected lifespan

TPO single-ply membrane roofing is growing in popularity as demand increases for heat-reflective and energy efficient roofing systems. It provides exceptional resistance to UV, ozone, and chemical exposure. And, the seams are welded to provide superior strength ? reportedly three to four times as strong as EPDM's adhesive and tape seams. Clients who chose TPO will also benefit from its high resistance to tears, impact, punctures; and its enviable flexibility, which accommodates building movement.

The size of TPO membrane varies from manufacturer to manufacturer, but usually comes in widths of six to six-and-a-half feet and one-hundred feet in length. It is available in two thicknesses, 45 mil and 60 mil., and a subdued palette (i.e., white, light gray, and black). When properly installed (i.e., fully adhered, mechanically attached, or ballasted), TPO membrane roof systems can last upwards of 20 years.

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We Offer Professional PVC Membrane Roofing Install, Repair & Maintenance Throughout Connecticut 

Benefits of PVC Membrane Roofing:

  • Easy to install
  • Virtually maintenance free
  • Dirt resistant
  • Can provide up to 80% solar reflectivity, effectively lowering heating & air conditioning costs
  • Versatile
  • Reduces pooling
  • Superior leak protection
  • No need to add gravel topcoat as with asphalt roofs
  • Extremely durable
  • Lightweight and flexible
  • Lifespan: Approximately 25 years

PVC (polyvinyl chloride) membrane roofing has the longest track record of any thermoplastic membrane. There are many attributes of reinforced PVC roofing that complement its proven performance and have steadily grown its popularity.

For starters, PVC membrane roofing offers clients a variety of colors, including solar-reflective white, a premier choice for people who wish to maintain cooler temperatures in warmer weather and conserve energy. Many vinyl PVC systems have, in fact, earned an Energy Star label from the Unites States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy (DPO).

Manufactured using a variety of methods (i.e., extrusion, calendaring, laminating, extrusion-coating, and spread coating) PVC membrane roofing systems are also proven to have extremely high resistance to puncture, impact, flames, staining, and UV rays. And, something many people don't know about PVC membrane roofing is that it's recyclable.

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