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One of the greatest advancements in modern roofing technology has definitely been the advent of rubber roofing. Rubberized roofing offers characteristics to roofing never held by any other material before. At Cross Construction Co. Roofing & General Contractors we understand the value of cutting edge technology and this is why we offer rubberized roofing in both rolls, for flat roofed commercial buildings, and shingles for private homes. Our roofing technicians are very experienced with rubberized roofing and can install your rubber roof in an efficient and timely manner.

Call Cross Construction Co. Roofing & General Contractors, New York’s premier rubberized roofing resource, and let us show you how a rubber roof can benefit you.Rubberized roofing has a number of clear advantages over other roofing types. Rubber is extremely durable and resistant to the elements. Rubber won’t curl or crack when exposed to extreme temperatures and is entirely waterproof. This is a big plus when dealing with a roof. Rubber is also fire resistant and thermal shock resistant. Rubberized roofing has an extraordinarily long life span. Many rubberized roof systems carry a warranty of 30 to 50 years. Rubberized roofing requires very little maintenance and is easy to repair. Because it comes in rolls or shingles that are lightweight, repair is as simple as replacing the offending section.

Also, because it is so light, installation is a much quicker and more affordable process. Rubberized roofing comes in two forms. Rolls for flat roofs. The most popular type of rubberized rolled roofing is EPDM. This is primarily used on commercial buildings. For residential homes there are rubber shingles. These come in a variety of colors and styles and are made to mimic the look of expensive slate tiles. Your home will have an elegant and swanky chic look with rubber shingles and your neighbors won’t know the difference. Your installers will, however, because rubber shingles are a fraction of the weight and cost of slate tiles. Call Cross Construction Co.  Roofing & General Contractors and let us show you how a rubberized roof might be right for your business or home.

Our New York Rubberized Roofing Professionals Provide the Following Services

  • Rubber Shingles
  • Rolled Roofing
  • EPDM
  • Rubberized Roofing Installation & Repair

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