Yonkers Commercial Roofing Contractors
Vanguard Roofing is a Yonkers Roofer providing Commercial Roofing Repair, Roofers and Industrial Roofing Contractor Services to the following cities in Westchester County: Mamaroneck, New Rochelle, Riverdale, Scarsdale, and Yonkers. Vanguard Roofing has established itself as one of Yonkers’s best commercial, manufacturing and industrial roofing contractors for realtors and property managers. We provide Roof Maintenance Plans, Industrial & Commercial Snow Removal, Repair & Roof Replacement, as well as roof inspections in Yonkers.
Our Yonkers Commercial Roofing Services include:
- Roof Repair
- Roof Replacement
- Roof Maintenance Plans
- Green Roofing Solutions
- Industrial Snow Removal
- Thermal Imaging
- Safety & OSHA Certification
Find the best quality roofing contractor in Yonkers, NY. Contact Vanguard Roofing today for your Yonkers roofing needs.
We’ve been covering commercial roofs since 1972. We understand the roofing repair and roof replacement needs in the Yonkers area. We specialize in industrial and commercial roofing throughout New York. We also offer the best roof certification leak warranty in the roofing industry and provide many other roofing contractor services in New York. We are Duro-Last Elite Contractor® Certified.
In October 2012, ground was broken on a $12 million, 32,300-square-foot LEGOLAND® Discovery Center, the first of its kind in the northeast United States. The much-anticipated family attractions complete with a Lego re-creation of landmarks throughout Westchester County, Grand Central Terminal, and New York City opened April 2013.
Capitalizing on one of the greatest natural resources in the country – the mighty Hudson River – Yonkers has seen the transformation of defunct waterfront buildings into active businesses, such as reviving The Old Trolley barn.
The Yonkers Trolley Barn is located on Main Street It is a massive steel frame brick building in the Renaissance Revival style built at the beginning of the 20th century. In 2002 it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the last remaining trolley barn in Westchester County.
After a half-century of use in the city’s trolley network, it was taken out of service. For another two decades it served as a city government office building. It was then vacant for almost 30 years, until a developer converted it into apartments, gutting the interior in the process. Today it is home to many tenants. A chase scene in the film “Catch me if You Can” was filmed on the sidewalks around it.
Additionally, a once-dilapidated pier now serves as a New York Water Taxi embankment for people commuting to Wall Street. These innovations help to attract young professionals searching for affordable living in an area easily accessible to New York City.
In 2009, St. John’s Riverside received the Greater New York Hospital Association Award for “Greening” and won the Environmental Excellence Award from Practice Green health, an organization comprised of healthcare institutions dedicated to sustainable, eco-friendly practices.