Empire Construction is a full service roofing company with years of experience installing and repairing residential and commercial roofs throughout Connecticut. From private homes and condominiums to churches and municipal buildings we give our roofing clients the best service and the highest quality materials. We commonly install some of the most popular roofing systems from the following manufacturers: Owens Corning, Tamko, and Mulehide.
As a property owner or manager, installing a new roof is a proactive decision that will prevent costly damage to your roof at an inconvenient time. Our experienced roofers can install a brand new roof in as little as one day, including removing your old roof and installing a brand new roof. Empire Construction installs many types of roofs including shingles, flat rubber roofs, SBS modified roofs, and slate roofs. Once completed, we do a thorough inspection of your new roof and also provide full cleanup services to remove materials and debris from your property.
If your home or commercial building in Connecticut simply needs repairs to improve the integrity and durability of your roof, Empire Construction is well qualified to offer roof repair for many types of residential and commercial roofs. If you are unsure about whether or not your roof needs repairs or full replacement, call Empire for a FREE roof inspection today and we’ll give you our professional advice on what steps need to be taken.
Need an inspection for your roof? Buying a new home - will you need a new roof sooner than later? Empire Construction Roofing Professionals can do roof inspections and determine the integrity of a roof, how long it may last, and when it will need to be replaced.
Storm Damage/Wind Damage?
Do you have damage to your roof from the last storm? Empire Construction can help you. Our professionals work with your insurance company and will help with fixing the covered damage. Check your insurance coverage to see if you have coverage for roof damage caused by unpreventable reasons such as wind, rain, and hail. These may be covered by your home insurance policy, but there are many factors that determine if your damage will be covered, and if so, how much you will be reimbursed.