Sumner Roofing

Sunset Chevy, The Dealer Local Sumner Businesses Trust

The History Between Chase Construction North West, Inc & Sunset Chevy As a local business owner for over 20 years there are certain headaches you can really do without. Things like employee challenges, pricing increases and of course fleet management for your vehicles. When one or any of these problematic areas of business can be […]

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Sumner WA Roofer Loves Community Involvement

Sumner Roofing Contractor and Classy Chassis Car Show As a roofing contractor in Sumner, WA we love participating in local events. This year we met Laurie Miller of Sumner Downtown Association, who is in charge of all the major events held in Sumner. We are very excited to be involved in our own small way

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Roofing Contractor Sumner WA 253-445-8950

Expert Roofing Contractor in Sumner WA Chase Construction North West, Inc. is Sumner Washington’s long standing pillar in the roofing industry. We have had the privilege of roofing 100’s of homes and dozens of Sumner’s best known commercial structures such as Calvary Community Church. We have accomplished this by protecting our customers with the highest quality products, providing the best technicians

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Flat Roof Ponding

Is It Acceptable to Have Ponding On My Flat Roof? By Allen Sensel Introduction There is a lot of speculation with older building designs and how their flat roofs have a tendency to collect pools of standing water referred to as ponding. The purpose of this report is to provide clarity for a commonly misunderstood

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Cover-Boards: Purpose & Application

by Allen Sensel Glass-Matt Roof Protection When putting a low-slope roof together it’s important, as a building owner or engineer, to understand how to control moisture, combat mold, and provide fire protection. Cover-boards offer sufficient roof deck protection that meet these requirement for installing a roof. They can also serve as a purpose for re-covering

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Determining Your New Roof System

Selecting Worthwhile Components For Weather-Tight Protection by Allen Sensel Today, selecting a new roof system might be as easy as finding the right certified contractor to install it for you. Several questions might come up, like which products and manufacturer to use. Typically, the best approach is to do some thorough research and I’m here to

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Ice & Water Shield: Why It’s Important For Your Home

Leak Barrier Membrane Let’s face it, Washington is rain prone which can eventually lead to ice dam build-up in the winter and early spring seasons among higher elevation neighborhoods. These homes will succumb to an inch or more snowfall more often than sea-level homes will. A key element in providing a functional roof system is

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Single Ply Roof Systems Are Becoming More Sustainable

Single Ply Roof Systems Are Becoming More Sustainable New flat roofing systems, each with their own specific application purposes, are heading in an environmentally friendly direction, especially since President Obama instituted, “Federal Leadership in Environmental, Energy, and Economic Performance,” an executive order (No. 13514) released back in October of 2009. Since then, federal, state, and

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Chase Construction NW Inc Named Amongst The Top 60 Award Winning Master Elite’s!

Chase Construction North West, Inc Roofing is proud to announce a new press release!! We received a notification in the mail this week and were named among the top 60 award winning Master Elite roofing contractor’s in the United States of America. We earned 1 of 3 Master Elite Award’s this year for training excellence.

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