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Roofing Contractors & Construction Managers Since 1991.

  • Residential Roofing
  • Commercial Roofing
  • General Contracting

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26 Orland St. Bridgeport, CT, 06605

+1 (203) 505-8931

[email protected]

Client Testimonials


Sal and his team arrived amid blowing snow and cold, but they went right up to the roof and repaired/replaced the missing shingles. They knew exactly what had to be done, and they took care of the repairs in a very short time. Very good guys. I absolutely would hire them again.

Joseph G. in Westport, CT

Residential Roofing

Residential Roofing

At Fairfield Roofing we know that your home is an investment, and that the roof is one of the homes biggest assets. A properly installed roof protects you and your family from the elements outside.

We understand the importance of Roofing system selection, budget, and sustainability factors when looking into installing or replacing your roofing system. We will work with you to provide the highest quality roof within the budget that you can spend.

Roof Types

We work on all roof types, new or old! We have a depth of experience working with:

  • Gabled
  • Shingled
  • Slate
  • Spanish Tile
  • Wood Shake
  • Standing Seam Metal
  • Wood Shingle
  • Asphalt Roll
  • Composite Shingle

Services List

We're proud to offer the best residential roofing services and rates in the area.

  • Roof Repairs
  • Roof Boot Replacement
  • Ventilation Repair
  • Skylight Installation
  • Custom Metal Work
  • Gutter Installation and Repair
  • Routine Maintenance
  • Chimney Flashing

Expert Advice

  • Gutters and downspouts
    • Basements and cellars can flood when the gutter and downspout doesn’t properly move water away from the house. You can prevent this problem by making sure your gutters are free of clogs and debris, your downspouts are connected securely, and any long gutter runs are pitched properly to minimize overflows.

  • Roof flashing
    • Leaks can occur along any edge or protrusion from the roof. Making sure that the roofing contractor checks the flashing around chimneys, vent stacks and skylights, as well as step and valley flashing will ensure that leaks are avoided in these problem areas.

  • Skylights
    • During a roof inspection, it’s also smart to inspect the glazing seals between the skylight glass and the aluminum glazing bars. Leaks in these areas can often be repaired with specialized sealants and removal of old material.

  • Roof ventilation
    • Soffit vents and ridge vents rarely require maintenance or repair when installed properly. but gable vents can give insects and rodents access to your attic if they are not properly screened. These vents may need to be inspected from inside your attic as well as from the house exterior. A properly ventilated excessive energy losses, ice dams, mold, rot, and lots of unnecessary homeowner angst.

Commercial Roofing

Commercial Roofing

Every commercial roofing project is unique. We will provide a thorough inspection and then work with you and our manufacturers to help you choose the right option to for your roofing and waterproofing needs. We value quality as our main concern and all of the products and systems that we offer reflect our standard, of providing clients with a top of the line roofing installation. Our attention to detail and expertise in a variety of products sets us apart from the rest.

Services List

  • Commercial Roof installation
  • Flat roof Repair
  • Flat Roof Replacement
  • Roofing Maintenance
  • Roofing Inspection
  • EPDM roofing
  • TPO roofing
  • Commercial Gutters

Expert Advice

  • Lack of maintenance
    • There are many reasons not to neglect a roof, including financial and safety, but it’s important to have routine inspections done. Ponding water, a base flashing that is slipping, or pitch pockets that haven’t been filled are items that can be easily spotted and fixed. To maximize roof service life, a proactive maintenance program should begin in the first year after installation. If you wait too long to implement a service plan, you will reduce the overall benefits.

  • Ponding water
    • The National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) classifies “undesirable” ponding water as water that is standing for more than 48 hours, even though ponding water can cause issues in an even shorter time frame. On a flat roof, a 1” deep pond weighs 5.2 lbs./square foot. The additional weight of the load may pose a threat to the structural integrity of the building, and in extreme scenarios cause the roof to collapse. Fairfield Roofing can help you look into ways to maintain proper drainage on the roof by adding roof drains or using tapered roof insulation. Also, check the flashings on all roof protrusions, as they can be a source of leaks.

  • Blow-offs, tenting, or billowing
    • This occurs if the roof is not adhered properly to the substrate. Some billowing and fluctuation to the membrane is not only common but necessary as positive and negative pressure accumulates on either side of the roof. Manufacturers produce these membranes with these conditions in mind. Excessive billowing and tenting can be a symptom of poor installation. Ensuring that your roofing professional is well versed in the installation of these roofs is imperative. Ask your roofing contractor to provide the proper specification or building code for your area when installing a new roof.

  • Shrinkage
    • If you walk out onto an EPDM roof, one of the first things that you will look for is evidence of shrinkage in the membrane. The two items most commonly seen are the flashings pulling away from the wall or curb, and cracking of uncured membrane, which is commonly installed at the roof perimeter and around penetration flashings. Make sure you’re conducting regular visual inspections or have a maintenance plan that includes these. It is commonly recommended to do these visual inspections a minimum of twice per year (Such as late fall and early spring)…and certainly at least once annually.

Building Renovation

Commercial Roofing

Not all bids are created equally! Just because someone offers a lower price, doesn’t mean that the quality will be equal to the other bids that you have received. Make sure to check warranty, licensing, and reviews. Choosing the wrong company can mean a deal on price today, but costly and expensive headaches fixing mistakes down the road.

Our general contracting skill extends from city and public jobs all the way to home remodeling. Ask us about our general contracting and we would love to come sit down to discuss your options.

Services List

  • Drywall
  • Painting
  • Framing
  • Window Installation
  • Carpentry
  • Masonry
  • Site Work
  • Value engineering
  • Remodel
  • Additions