Commercial Roofers in Paramus

Known for our enduring commitment to quality, reliability, and unwavering commitment, Tri-State Commercial Roofing Corp. has been a household name in Bergen County, New Jersey and beyond for more than three wonderful decades. As a family-owned and operated commercial roof company, we serve the greater Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey Tri-State area with unmatched dedication and roofing expertise. Bringing over 30 years of expertise to the forefront, we excel in overseeing commercial and industrial roofing projects of all types and sizes. We provide a complete suite of roofing services, including maintenance, replacement, re-roofing, roof repairs, snow and ice removal, removal, restorations, various material and coating options, installation, and roof design.

Stuart Roberts founded this company with a focus on customer satisfaction, fostering enduring relationships with property managers, building owners, and contractors across the northeast. Our exceptional team ensures unparalleled customer service and high-quality roofs. Safety is paramount for every team member, all of whom are OSHA-certified. Our licensed and insured business is accredited by top roofing manufacturers including GAF, Tremco, Firestone, Sika Sarnafil, Soprema, Duro-Last, Garland, Johns Manville, Versico, Carlisle, and more, offering a broad spectrum of roofing systems customized to fit each project’s specifications and financial goals. As we enter our fourth decade of service, Tri-State Commercial Roofing Corp. continues to uphold its promise of delivering excellence from start to finish. Discover the dedication and quality that make us exceptional.

Comprehensive Commercial Roofing Services

TPO Roofing

TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin) is a popular choice for single-ply roofing membranes, known for its high solar reflectivity comparable to PVC. It offers strong resistance to punctures, tears, and impacts, typically installed in expansive sheets ranging from 10 to 16 feet in width and up to 100 feet in length. Its ability to adapt to temperature shifts in Paramus is a notable feature. TPO relies on hot-air welding for seams and flashings, alongside algae resistance and eco-friendliness.


In the preliminary stage of TPO roofing replacement, we discard the old roofing material, comprising outdated PVC membranes and impaired insulation layers. Subsequently, we evaluate and repair the roof deck as required to establish a solid starting point. Then, insulation is added to enhance energy efficiency. Large panels of fresh PVC membrane are rolled out and meticulously positioned. By utilizing hot-air welding, the seams are blended to produce a continuous, waterproof barrier. Flashings and edge details are welded to ensure extensive coverage and protection. Lastly, detailed inspections confirm the adhesion and seam integrity, ensuring the resilience and long-lasting effectiveness of the TPO roof replacement against varying weather conditions.


High reflectivity to sunlight for less heat absorption and lower energy expenses

Resistant to tears, impact, and punctures

Flexible enough to endure temperature changes without cracking

Hot-air welded seams for a water-damage-resistant, watertight, leak-resistant, and seamless roof

Incredible durability that withstands harsh weather conditions


During TPO roof repair, several necessary steps are taken to improve its durability and lifespan. Initially, a comprehensive inspection is performed to identify damage such as punctures, tears, or seam failures. Afterward, the surface is cleaned to remove dirt and contaminants. Smaller concerns are resolved by cutting a PVC patch to the appropriate size and attaching it to the existing membrane using a hot-air welder. Larger or more intricate repairs may necessitate the replacement of membrane sections. Upon completing the TPO roofing repair, we perform tests to ensure the seams are securely sealed against water. Ongoing maintenance inspections can increase the roof’s longevity and mitigate future commercial roof repairs.

Metal Roofing

Crafted from galvalume or aluminum, metal roofing consists of panels manufactured in factories or customized on-site, featuring a variety of flashing designs. It is suitable for installation on roofs with varying slopes, frequently chosen for its ability to complement the architectural and aesthetic appearance of other roofing materials. Metal roofing panels come in different colors and are ideal for curved roof installations. Their longevity ranges from 40 to 70 years, depending on the type of metal and the surface treatment selected.


Metal roof replacement starts with dismantling old panels and flashing to assess the roof deck for potential damage, addressing any issues promptly. Upgraded insulation may be included to enhance energy efficiency. New galvalume or aluminum panels are securely installed, considering the roof’s pitch and architectural style. Applying sealants and flashings ensures effective waterproofing. A thorough inspection is conducted to confirm proper installation and adherence to guidelines.


High resistance to rot, mildew, insects, and fire

Exceptionally long lifespan of 40 to 70 years

Environmentally friendly and fully recyclable



Practical and versatile

Low maintenance

Reduces cooling costs, minimizes heat absorption, and promotes energy efficiency


Metal roof repair begins with an assessment to identify signs of corrosion, punctures, or dents. This is followed by surface preparation involving the removal of dirt, rust, and debris. Minor problems are fixed using sealants or patches, whereas larger issues may involve replacing whole panels. Seams and flashings are inspected and repaired to prevent water damage. Following metal roofing repair, we verify waterproofing efficiency and sealant adhesion. Regular maintenance helps identify issues early, extend roof longevity, and maintain functionality and appearance.

Built-Up Roofing

Developed from conventional asphalt roofing techniques, modified bitumen roofing blends asphalt with plasticizers, solvents, and rubber modifiers. Installation usually involves two methods: hot application, which involves heating seams to meld asphalt for a strong bond, and cold application, using adhesives to attach membrane sheets to the substrate and following layers.


BUR (built-up roof) replacement involves removing the existing materials to uncover the roof deck, inspecting it thoroughly, and making any necessary repairs. Insulation might be included to improve energy efficiency. Fresh bitumen layers and fabrics are applied using hot asphalt or cold adhesives. Waterproofing is guaranteed through the application of flashings, protective surfacing, and sealants in the commercial roof replacement procedure. Upon completion, an inspection is performed to assess adhesion and structural integrity. Continuous maintenance and inspections post-installation play a crucial role in maintaining long-term performance.


Reinforced and layered design allows for outstanding waterproofing and weather resistance



Good fire resistance with the option to include fire retardant additives for greater protection



Proper care can lead to a 20+-year lifespan


Built-up roofing repair begins with examining for problems like cracks, loose gravel, or blisters, followed by cleaning the affected area and applying fresh bitumen or adhesive where necessary. Seams and flashings undergo inspection and repair to prevent any potential leaks. After completing the repairs, the roof undergoes an inspection to check adhesion and waterproofing. Our Paramus commercial roof repair specialists will then suggest ongoing maintenance to ensure lasting durability.

EPDM Roofing

Rubber roofing, known as EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) roofing, is extensively utilized in commercial buildings in the northeast. It offers flexibility and durability, white or black color options, and excellent suitability for flat and low-slope roofs. It boasts excellent resistance to fire, wind damage, and UV rays. EPDM sheet seams and flashing components are bonded securely with specialized adhesives for lasting strength and durability.


Should it be determined that your existing roof is inadequate or has suffered irreparable damage, we’ll recommend an EPDM roof replacement. This process includes removing the existing EPDM membrane, preparing the roof substrate, and installing a new one. Our EPDM roofing replacement service guarantees ongoing protection, reliable functionality, and warranty support. We stress the importance of regular commercial roof maintenance to uphold the quality of your EPDM roof. Overall, EPDM roofing offers a cost-effective, reliable, and adaptable solution for commercial roofs.



Low maintenance

Easy installation for commercial roof contractors

Long lifespan


EPDM roof repair involves a simple process, focusing on issues such as tears, membrane seam separation, or leaks. An EPDM roofing repair begins with a visual inspection of the roof or using advanced leak detection methods to identify and resolve any issues. With the input of your skilled Paramus commercial roofers, we initiate by cleaning affected areas, applying required primers, and/or using patches or adhesives on damaged parts. Thorough execution of your commercial roof repair is essential to maintain membrane integrity and prevent future issues.

PVC Roofing

PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) roofing is flexible, highly reflective, and capable of blocking up to 90% of UV rays that degrade alternative flat roofing materials. It is designed to withstand ponding water through hot-air welding, resulting in a seamless, monolithic installation where seam strength contributes to the roof’s durability. PVC roofing lowers cooling costs by preventing buildings from absorbing too much heat. Commercial roofers recognize PVC roofing as highly versatile, available in a diverse range of sizes, designs, thicknesses, and colors for flat and low-slope roofs.


The process of PVC roof replacement includes removing the old roof, checking the deck for any repairs, and completing other preliminary tasks. This particular Paramus commercial roof replacement involves rolling out the PVC membrane and cutting it to the specified dimensions. Positioning and securing the sheets is followed by welding the seams for a waterproof seal, and installing flashings and edge details to prevent leaks. Concluding PVC roofing replacement involves a detailed inspection to ensure accurate installation and sufficient sealing.


Efficient and reliable

Aesthetically pleasing

Built to endure heavy rainfall and snow accumulation

Exceptional strength and durability

Resistant to fire, chemicals, and wind

Absorbs heat, leading to reduced cooling expenses

Highly functional

Resistant to ponding water


PVC roofing repair involves careful steps to uphold the durability and integrity of your roofing system. At Tri-State Commercial Roofing Corp., a skilled commercial roofer will initiate the process by cleaning the roof to eliminate dirt, debris, and loose materials, then proceed to remove damaged sections of the membrane. After cutting a PVC patch to overlap the damaged area on all sides, we weld it onto the existing membrane. We conduct meticulous inspections and testing to ensure seamless fusion before considering your PVC roof repair complete.

For all your commercial roofing needs, turn to Tri-State Commercial Roofing Corp. Give us a call today at (845) 362-1730 to learn more!