The greatest care and respect goes into every re-roof we perform. This principle has made Chase Construction North West, Inc one of Tacoma-Bonney Lake’s long standing roofing contractors. We believe in community and see our roofing services as a partnership to provide help and cover to our region.
Chase Construction North West, Inc. has a comprehensive history in the commercial roofing industry. We offer new construction, re-roofs, repairs and re-covers on large or small projects.
A Chase Construction North West, Inc. roofing system is comprised of key ” upgraded system components” all produced by one manufacturer. With this approach and our certification status, we are able to offer our customers warranties that only 3% of roofing contractors in the nation can offer. This makes Chase Construction North West, Inc a safe place to invest into your future.
As this column was prepared, the Weather Channel was tracking a major snowstorm moving up the East Coast. Weather predictions like these are far more accurate today than they were just a few years ago, but our preparations for dealing with major weather events often aren’t taking advantage of those extra few hours or days. If a major storm is headed your way, use the extra time to make a contingency plan for your roof delineating necessary responsibilities before, during, and after the storm. When bad weather hits, you’ll be glad you did. WELL BEFORE Set up a meeting with your chief of maintenance or general contractor and other trades to address several issues. Identify
When your site is susceptible to storms of any sort, don’t throw caution to the wind. It’s easy to forget your roof is up there – until it’s caving in around you. Whether you’re facing wind, winter, or whatever the elements may bring, have a plan in place and make sure your building’s roof is prepared for extreme weather. Human optimism makes us believe the worst won’t come, and then it takes us by storm. “We’re seeing record temperatures, several inches of rain overnight, damaging winds, regional power failures, and building collapse from accumulated snow or plugged drains,” says Richard L. Fricklas, former technical director emeritus of the Roofing Industry Educational Institute. “It’s one thing