GAF Triple Excellence Award Winners

Triple Excellence at the GAF Wealth Builder Conference 2019

GAF Wealth Builder Conference 2019 We recently returned home from one of the most exciting roofing industry events of the year – GAF’s Wealth Builder Conference down in Austin Texas. Taking place at JW Marriott, we connected with roofing professionals from all over the country and enjoyed some business-building sessions, best-practice sharing, and industry-expert knowledge. It was an enjoyable weekend to say the least, and there were a few awesome moments that stood out from the rest. Chase Construction Earns GAF’s Triple Excellence Award! As a Master Elite Roofing Contractor, we are one of the top 3% roofers in the country. Being the best is an ongoing process, and the Wealth Builder conferences are key to
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Roofing Puyallup | Roof Repair Puyallup | Roofing Contractors Puyallup

Roofing Puyallup | Roof Repair Puyallup | Roofing Contractors Puyallup

Roofing Puyallup Are you ready for a gorgeous new roof?  If you live in Puyallup and are prepared for the most reliable roof you’ll ever have, we’re here to make your vision a reality!  Our roofers have strong ties to Puyallup and bring their incredible experience to every project.  Whether you are looking for repairs or a full roof replacement, we will design a unique solution for your home. Our customers in Puyallup report these many wonderful benefits of our roofing services: Clear communication.  Do you remember the last time better communication would have fixed a potential problem before it arose?  So do we!  Communication is core to our business philosophy, and you can expect
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What Causes Roof Condensation And How You Can Prevent It

What Causes Roof Condensation? Moisture can be sneaky.  If you’ve got a roof that doesn’t leak, you may think you’re protected from moisture damage.  But the truth is that condensation is one of the chief forms of moisture damage in roofing systems. The straightforward way of determining roof condensation causes is lack of ventilation.  But that answer raises many questions, like how to vent roofs well enough or what to do when roofs can’t be vented. There are two different roofing paradigms when it comes to these issues: one for steep slope and one for low slope.  The physics are the same for each (obviously), but the concerns and practices for each differ. In steep
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GAF TimberCrest Bullnose Ridge Cap Shingle | Master Elite Roofer

GAF TimberCrest Bullnose Ridge Cap Shingle In February 2019, GAF announced its new high-profile ridge and hip cap shingle: the TimberCrest Bullnose. Most ridge cap shingles have a sharp leading edge, giving the ridge or hip a rough look from shingle to shingle.  But TimberCrest’s surface folds over and secures to the overlapped shingle, creating a rounded, smooth transition from shingle to shingle. Each shingle has an alignment guide to ensure the cap lies evenly along the ridge or hip, and the guide hides beneath the overlaps after installation. By securing tightly with Dura Grip Self-Seal Adhesive, TimberCrest cap shingles have reduced risk of blow off from high winds or intense storms. Master Elite Roofer
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RCAW Trade Show 2018

Join Us at the 2019 RCAW Annual Trade Show

One of the most exciting events for roofers in the Puget Sound takes place today, Friday the 22nd, 2019: the RCAW Annual Trade Show.  Each year, the Roofing Contractors Association of Washington (RCAW) holds an exciting and informative event that you don’t want to miss.  Many roofing vendors connect to discuss cutting edge products, innovative new services, and industry techniques.  Last year, classes included a host of topics, including fall safety, best roofing practices, and condensation in roofing systems. GAF Timbrcrest Ridge Cap unveiling? Could this bullnose SBS-modified ridge cap shingle be the new best-choice accessory for Timberline HD roofing system?  It looks thicker, heavier, wider, and with a more appealing overlap.  We’re really looking
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Vital Storm Protection with WeatherWatch® Leak Barrier

No matter how great your roofing shingles are, rainwater is bound to find a way beneath them.  If it were not for underlayments that act as a buffer between shingles and plywood, water damage would be more frequent and severe.  GAF’s Tiger Paw™ is our favorite synthetic underlayment to serve this important purpose. However, for the most critical areas on your roof, specialized leak barrier (also known as ice and water shield) is needed. Similar to the popular Tiger Paw™, WeatherWatch® Leak Barrier resists wrinkling and provides a safe, gripping surface for roofers to walk on during installation. This top-of-the-line leak barrier excels in its self-sealing properties that transform what would be a perforated barrier
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