ABOUT US

Silktown Roofing

History and Evolution

Full-Service Commercial Roofing and Industrial Roofing Company in the United States

Silktown Roofing is a full-service roofing and waterproofing contractor that offers a commitment to service unmatched in the roofing industry. 

Founded in 1984 with just six employees, a couple of trucks, and a commitment to demonstrating the highest level of professional workmanship, Silktown Roofing can help with all your roofing needs–from replacement, waterproofing, and preventive maintenance to emergency leak repair. 

Now with over 300 employees, our original values of quality workmanship and exceptional customer service are still our top priority.

We have built a solid reputation and achieved recognition for our quality of installation and maintenance of roofing and waterproofing systems.

We specialize in commercial and industrial roofing and waterproofing applications, including built-up, single-ply, tile, slate, shingles, metal, and all types of waterproofing for the entire building envelope.

Our team of trained roofing professionals tend to every detail of a project and stay in constant communication with the customer from beginning to end and throughout the life of each roofing system. 

The safety of our customers and our associates comes first. Silktown Roofing’s safety policies and training go above and beyond the local state and federal Department of Labor Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines.

We only use warranted materials that have achieved consistent superior performance and inspection ratings. Silktown’s professional craftsmen only install products to the manufacturers’ or National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) roofing and waterproofing details.

With three office locations in New England, Silktown can provide timely and cost-effective roofing and waterproofing services to customers that have multiple properties in the Northeast region.

When you do business with Silktown Roofing, you’ll know that service and quality workmanship still mean what they used to!