Industrial Roofing:

N.Y. NRG Construction's expertise with commercial and industrial roofing allows us to help you chose the appropriate roof solutions for your facilities. We have the ability and experience to furnish and install each of the primary roof systems.

Selecting the correct system for your facility:


Lightweight, reinforced, highly reflective, light colored membrane. Highly resistant to chemical atmospheres, ozone, ultraviolet light, tears and extreme weather conditions. Exhibits excellent fire resistance and seam strength due to heat welding.


Lightweight, synthetic elastomer material. Resilient, tensile strength, elongation, resistant to ozone, ultraviolet light and ponding water.


Sprayed on the roof as a liquid and adheres to most any properly prepared substrate. Dries quickly and forms a seamless monolithic waterproof barrier that can add both insulation and provide drain characteristics. Can provide for increased reflectivity, fire resistance, and various other attributes.


Modified Bitumen: Composed of either asphalt reinforced with polyester or fiberglass and, in some cases, with factory-applied surfacing. Installed typically in multiple layers, resistant to heavy traffic, puncture and tears.

Built-Up: Multiple layers of felts, fabrics or mats saturated with bitumen installed rooftop. Can be surfaced with gravel, mineral cap sheets or smooth weather resistant coatings. Ideal for resisting mechanical damage.


Architectural and structural systems utilizing galvanized steel or aluminum. Custom panel sizes, profiles, colors and finished coatings are available. Long-term weather ability, low maintenance and aesthetic value.

Repairing your roof today can save on larger roof repairs tomorrow:

At N.Y. NRG Construction, we repair your current roof leaks and complete an evaluation for additional problems that could be potential roof leaks in the future. It's our attention to the little details that help to prevent possible damage to your facility and its assets.

  • Drain in gutters, downspouts and scuppers.
  • Counterflashing areas including reglets and termination points.
  • Roof penetrations and projections common to pipes, vents and HVAC units.
  • Membrane conditions such as blisters, ridging, splits and punctures.
  • Roof accessories such as pitch pans, skylights and expansion joint.

We look forward to your business!