Performance Meets Aesthetics

The New and Improved Green Machine™ High-Power Solar Roof Vent by GAF

With improved aesthetics to match it’s performance, the new and improved Green Machine™ High-Power Solar Roof Vent is one to keep your eye on.

Most solar vents don’t have the performance and aesthetics to match the excitement homeowners have for their new roofing system. But with 50% more airflow compared to competitive priced solar vents, it’s simple installation, and a low profile design with integrated black-frame solar panel that will compliment any new roof. The new Master Flow Green Machine™ High-Power Solar Roof Vent is the way to go.

Long Lasting Design.

Not only is it’s design improved, but it gives you long lasting worry free performance. It is built with an impact-resistant construction so you don’t have to worry about hail and debris landing on it. It is tested and approved by ETL to ensure safe operation. Unlike traditional motor designs it’s equipped with a brushless motor that requires no maintenance. And it comes with a standard 6-year ltd. warranty with 3-year Labor Protection Plus which allows both homeowners and contractors peace of mind.

GAF has introduced two models:

•20-watt intregal solar panel
•Up to 750 CFM airflow
•Includes adjustable thermostat/humidistat




Switches automatically between solar and house power for continuous cooling during cloudy weather or at night.

•20-watt intregal solar panel
•Up to 750 CFM airflow, 900 CFM on house power
•Uses 1/6 the electricity of typical electric power vents
•Includes adjustable thermostat

Ready for your new Green Machine™ High-Power Solar Roof Vent? Chase Construction North West, INC. Can Install it!

We are a Factory Certified GAF Master Elite™ Roofing Contractor. We have been providing our region with expert commercial and residential roofing services for over 13 years. We provide services in Seattle, Tacoma, Federal Way, Renton, Auburn and all of the surrounding cities. If you are in the Puget Sound region of Washington State and are in need of roofing, decking or waterproofing services contact Chase Construction North West, Inc. today.

Fill out our free estimate form or call us today at 253-445-8950. You can also visit  and look for GAF Factory Certified Roofing Contractors in your area.


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Chase Construction’s Heart For Serving Gets Featured In Professional Roofing Magazine.

Acts of Kindness

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Chase Construction NW, Inc. was featured in the August 2014 issue of the Professional Roofing Magazine’s featuring Contractors who have shown “Acts of Kindness” throughout their communities and around the world. In April of 2013 Melanie and Joel Beattie of Chase Construction NW, Inc. set out on a mission with a heart to serve those in need to provide love, hope,  encouragement and practical help to improve the quality of life for the orphaned children at Faith Village in Pang, Mapha Northern Thailand. Upon their stay Chase Construction NW, Inc. provided a brand new roof for the Canteen Building which provides shelter and a communal environment for the orphans of Faith Village. Below is the article featured in the Professional Roofing Magazine.

Faith in Thailand

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Ten thousand miles away on the other side of the world, Joel Beattie, owner of Chase Construction North West Inc., Edgewood, Wash., visited Faith Village Children’s Home in northern Thailand. In an area where children are at high risk of being trafficked, Faith Village Children’s home provides a safe haven for children. The nonprofit organization is dedicated to rescuing, educating and giving hope to children in desperate need of help.

During Beattie’s visit, he undertook the project of installing a roof on the Canteen building, a structure that had been left without a roof for several years.

“We are so thankful for Beattie’s generosity,” says David Mahawon with the Faith Village Children’s Home. “The children have so enjoyed a place to play their games and hang out during the monsoon rainy season and Christmas. Beattie has a big heart, and we are so grateful for people like him.”

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Fully Adhered TPO In Renton, WA.

Screws Or Glue? What Is The Difference?

If you are in the roofing industry it is more than likely you have installed a TPO flat roofing system before. However, the question that comes to mind when you are facing a flat roofing project requiring a TPO membrane is whether or not to go with fully adhered or mechanically attached! What is important is that you know the difference between the two to ensure you install the appropriate roofing system for the project to guarantee it withstands time and our environment.

Mechanically Attached

A mechanically-attached roofing system is a membrane roof that is attached to the substrate; i.e., wood, concrete, steel, etc., by mechanical means. This mechanical attachment could be with screws, concrete nails, augers, etc. The fastener used is almost entirely dependent upon the substrate (type of roof decking). Any insulation, substrate board, or cover board that is a part of the roofing assembly would also be attached into the building’s roofing substrate, either directly or indirectly by means of the direct attachment of the other, adjacent components. Often these “intermediary” components are attached independently of the roof membrane and are done with sufficient fasteners and in a specific pattern so as to achieve particular wind up-lift ratings, if such are required. The membrane roofing system is then installed on top of and through those intermediary components and into the roofing substrate. Since the insulation in a mechanically-attached system is attached separately and then is further secured indirectly when the membrane roof is installed, the number of fasteners required to “fasten” the insulation to the substrate is much lower than a fully-adhered roof.



▪ Adaptable to unusual roof configurations

▪ High wind uplift performance

▪ Low material cost

▪ Lightweight

▪ Fast installation



Fully Adhered

A fully-adhered roofing system is a membrane roof that is attached to a roofing substrate indirectly using adhesives, which is just a fancy word for glue. Sometimes the roofing membrane is installed directly on top of the roofing substrate. But usually there is insulation and maybe even a coverboard that is also part of the assembly. If that is the case, then obviously the roof membrane is attached to the insulation (or cover board) instead of directly to the substrate. In such a scenario, the insulation (or cover board) may actually be mechanically-attached to the substrate first and then the roofing membrane is glued to the top of that. Let’s look at this a little more closely



• Aesthetically pleasing

• Proven system that has been installed for decades.

• No fluttering in the roof system

• Offers the best manufacturers wind ratings.

• Can be a quiet installation when paired with an olybond installation adhesives.


Fully Adhered TPO System In Renton, WA

Chase Construction NW, Inc. has been working on a commercial roofing project in Renton, WA. for an apartment complex called Heritage Hills. We determined the best roofing system for this project would be GAF’s fully adhered 60 mil TPO. Check out these before and after photos and video of us installing GAF’s fully adhered 60 mil TPO flat roofing system!

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Chase Construction NW, Inc. Accepts the ALS #IceBucketChallenge!

Join The Fight!



As of Monday, August 25, The ALS Association has received $79.7 million in donations compared to $2.5 million during the same time period last year (July 29 to August 25). These donations have come from existing donors and 1.7 million new donors to The Association.

The ALS Association’s mission includes providing care services to assist people with ALS and their families through a network of chapters working in communities across the nation and a global research program focused on the discovery of treatments and eventually a cure for the disease. In addition, The Association’s public policy efforts empower people to advance public policies in our nation’s Capital that respond to the needs of people with ALS.



Quick Facts about ALS.

• Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), more commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that attacks nerve cells and pathways in the brain and spinal cord.  When these cells die, voluntary muscle control and movement dies with them.  Patients in the later stages of the disease are totally paralyzed, yet in most cases, their minds remain sharp and alert.

• Every day, an average of 15 people are newly diagnosed with ALS — more than 5,600 people per year. As many as 30,000 Americans may currently be affected by ALS. Annually, ALS is responsible for two deaths per 100,000 people.

• The average life expectancy of a person with ALS is two to five years from time of diagnosis.  With recent advances in research and improved medical care, many patients are living longer, more productive lives. Half of all those affected live at least three years or more after diagnosis.  About 20 percent live five years or more, and up to ten percent will survive more than ten years.

• ALS occurs throughout the world with no racial, ethnic, or socioeconomic boundaries.  ALS can strike anyone. Every single American is threatened by this disease.


Chase Construction NW, Inc. accepted the ice bucket challenge along with donating to and we urge you to do the same with hopes that one day, we will find a cure for ALS! Click here to find out more on how your support benefits the ALS Association and find out about different ways to end ALS.

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