Commercial Roofers in Queens

Celebrating over three decades of unmatched quality, reliability, and unwavering commitment, Tri-State Commercial Roofing Corp. has become a household name in Queens, New York and beyond. We are a family-owned and family-operated commercial roof company, committed to providing unparalleled service and expertise throughout the greater Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York Tri-State area. With over thirty years of hands-on experience, we are industry frontrunners when it comes to executing commercial and industrial roofing projects. Our services span installation, various material and coating options, roof design, re-roofing, snow and ice removal, maintenance, replacement, restorations, roof repairs, and removal.

Founded by Stuart Roberts, our company is committed to achieving utmost customer satisfaction, resulting in strong connections with property managers, contractors, and building owners across the northeast. Our expert team ensures superior roof quality and an exceptional customer experience. Each team member holds OSHA certification, ensuring safety is a top priority on every job site. Our licensed and insured company is certified by leading roofing manufacturers including Versico, Johns Manville, Tremco, Sika Sarnafil, Carlisle, Soprema, Firestone, Garland, GAF, Duro-Last, and more, offering a broad range of roofing systems tailored to each project’s specific needs and budget. As we enter our fourth decade in the business, Tri-State Commercial Roofing Corp. remains committed to delivering excellence from start to finish. Witness the commitment and quality that define our work.

Comprehensive Commercial Roofing Services

TPO Roofing

TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin) is a prevalent single-ply roofing membrane, praised for its high solar reflectivity reminiscent of PVC. It is highly resistant to tears, impacts, and punctures, and is installed in large sheets, typically 10, 12, or 16 feet wide and up to 100 feet long. Designed for the temperature changes in Queens, its flexibility is key. TPO uses hot-air welding for seams and flashings, is algae-resistant, and environmentally conscious.


TPO roof repair entails a series of critical steps aimed at maximizing its durability and longevity. Initially, a thorough inspection is conducted to detect any damage such as seam failures, tears, or punctures. Subsequently, the surface is cleaned to eliminate dirt and contaminants. Minor problems are addressed by cutting a PVC patch to fit and fusing it to the current membrane using a hot-air welder. Larger or intricate repairs might involve replacing portions of the membrane. Following the TPO roofing repair, we verify the seams for water-tightness through testing. Scheduled maintenance reviews aid in extending the roof’s life and avoiding future commercial roof repairs.


Maintains flexibility under varying temperatures to prevent cracks

Incredible durability that withstands harsh weather conditions

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

Resistant to tears, punctures, and impact

High solar reflectivity for lower energy costs and minimal heat absorption


At the onset of TPO roofing replacement, the first task is to remove the existing roofing material, encompassing worn PVC membranes and any deteriorated insulation layers. We then inspect and repair the roof deck to ensure a stable substrate. Afterward, insulation is incorporated for improved energy effectiveness. Expansive sheets of new PVC membrane are unrolled and placed with care. Through hot-air welding, the seams are melded together, resulting in a seamless, water-resistant finish. We weld flashings and edge details to ensure complete coverage and protective measures. Finally, thorough inspections validate the adhesion and seam integrity, securing the durability and long-term performance of the TPO roof replacement under various weather conditions.

EPDM Roofing

EPDM (Ethylene Diene Monomer) roofing, commonly referred to as rubber roofing, is widely used in commercial properties across the northeast. Available in white or black, this rubber-like, flexible material is ideal for low-slope and flat roofs. It provides outstanding protection against wind damage, UV rays, and fire. The seams where EPDM sheets meet flashing components are sealed using specialized adhesives to ensure a robust and long-lasting bond.


The EPDM roof repair process is straightforward, addressing specific issues like membrane seam separation, tears, or leaks. EPDM roofing repair begins with a visual examination of the roof or utilizing advanced leak detection techniques to pinpoint any underlying issues. With the guidance of your proficient Queens commercial roofers, we start by clearing affected areas, applying essential primers, and/or utilizing patches or adhesives where needed. Precise execution of your commercial roof repair is essential to maintain membrane integrity and prevent future complications.



Long lifespan

Low maintenance

Easy installation for commercial roof contractors


If your current roof is found to be insufficient or has been damaged beyond repair, we’ll propose an EPDM roof replacement. This involves removing the existing EPDM membrane, preparing the roof substrate, and installing a new one. With our EPDM roofing replacement service, you can expect continuous protection, reliable performance, and warranty coverage. We recommend regular commercial roof maintenance to preserve the condition of your EPDM roof. EPDM roofing offers cost-effectiveness, reliability, and versatility for commercial applications.

Built-Up Roofing

Modified bitumen roofing is an advancement from classic asphalt techniques, combining asphalt with rubber modifiers, plasticizers, and solvents. The standard installation process includes two methods: hot application, involving heating seams to fuse the asphalt for a strong bond, and cold application, employing adhesives to affix membrane sheets to the substrate and successive layers.


Built-up roofing repair begins with examining for problems like cracks, loose gravel, or blisters, then cleaning the affected region and applying additional bitumen or adhesive as needed. Seams and flashings undergo inspection and repair to prevent any potential leaks. After repairs are finished, a thorough inspection of the roof evaluates adhesion and waterproofing. Our Queens commercial roof repair team will also recommend regular maintenance to ensure lasting durability.


Reinforced and layered design provides excellent weather resistance and waterproofing




Strong fire resistance that can be boosted with fire retardant additives


Proper care can lead to a 20+-year lifespan


When undertaking built-up roof replacement, the process begins by stripping away the existing materials to reveal the roof deck, followed by inspecting and addressing any necessary repairs. Insulation might be installed to improve energy efficiency. New layers of bitumen and fabrics are applied with hot asphalt or cold adhesives. Waterproofing is ensured through the use of flashings, protective surfacing, and sealants in commercial roof replacement. To wrap up, an inspection is carried out to validate adhesion and structural integrity. Regular maintenance and inspections post-installation are essential to uphold long-term performance.

Metal Roofing

Metal roofing is constructed from panels made of galvalume or aluminum, which are either factory-produced or custom-formed, and includes a variety of flashing profiles. It is utilized on both steep-sloped or low-sloped roofs, often selected for its design versatility alongside other roofing types. Panels for metal roofing are available in a range of colors and can be installed on curved sections of roofs. They offer a durable lifespan of 40 to 70 years, which is influenced by the metal type and surface finish you choose.


When undertaking metal roof repair, the process starts with an examination to locate dents, punctures, or signs of corrosion. This is followed by surface preparation, which entails cleaning surfaces to remove debris, rust, and dirt. For minor issues, sealants or patches are applied, while more extensive damage may necessitate complete panel replacement. Seams and flashings undergo thorough inspection and repair to prevent water damage. Once metal roofing repair is finished, we assess waterproofing effectiveness and sealant adhesion. Regular maintenance helps identify issues early, extend roof longevity, and maintain functionality and appearance.



Fully recyclable and sustainable

Versatile and practical

Exceptionally long lifespan of 40 to 70 years


Minimizes heat absorption, reduces cooling costs, and contributes to energy efficiency

Low maintenance

Highly resistant to fire, mildew, insects, and rot


Metal roof replacement begins with dismantling existing panels and flashing to assess the roof deck for damage, promptly resolving any issues discovered. Upgraded insulation may be considered to optimize energy efficiency during this phase. New aluminum or galvalume panels are meticulously installed, based on the roof’s pitch and layout. Applying flashings and sealants is crucial for achieving waterproof integrity. A thorough inspection follows to verify installation quality and adherence to codes.

PVC Roofing

PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) roofing is renowned for its flexibility, excellent reflectivity, and ability to block up to 90% of UV rays that can harm other conventional flat roofing materials. It is engineered to resist ponding water using hot-air welding, resulting in a seamless, monolithic installation that reinforces the roof’s strength at the seams. Decreasing heat absorption into buildings, PVC roofs effectively slash cooling expenses. PVC roofing is considered by our commercial roofers to be versatile, offering a range of designs, colors, thicknesses, and sizes for low-slope and flat roofs.


PVC roofing repair is a process that focuses on maintaining the longevity and structural integrity of your roof. At Tri-State Commercial Roofing Corp., an experienced commercial roofer will begin by cleaning the roof to eliminate debris, dirt, and loose materials, then proceed to cut out damaged sections of the membrane. We’ll cut a PVC patch that overlaps the damaged area on all sides, which we then weld onto the existing membrane. To finalize your PVC roof repair, we’ll perform thorough inspections and testing to ensure effective fusion.


Resistant to ponding water

Incredible strength and durability

Aesthetically pleasing

Highly functional

Absorbs heat for reduced cooling costs

Well-suited for severe rain and snow conditions

Resistant to fire, chemicals, and wind

Efficient and reliable


When we start a PVC roof replacement project, we first remove the old roof, inspect and repair the deck as needed, and perform necessary preparations. For Queens commercial roof replacement projects like this, we roll out the PVC membrane and carefully cut it to the right dimensions. The sheets are carefully positioned and anchored, seams welded tightly to ensure waterproofing, and flashings and edge details installed to prevent leaks. Following PVC roofing replacement, a detailed inspection verifies meticulous installation and reliable sealing.

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!