Residential Roofing From CertainTeed®

At Chase Construction NW, Inc. we work with a variety of products, and today we are going to focus on just one – CertanTeed. This company was founded in 1904 by George Brown, and after 13 years in business, the slogan for the General Roofing Manufacturing Certainteed roofing Chase Construction North West Inc.Company was so popular, they changed the name of the company! “Quality made certain, Satisfaction Guaranteed.” That’s how the name CertainTeed was born!

Since it’s start, this company has grown as a premier asphalt shingle manufacturer. In the 1960’s the company expanded to include fiberglass insulation and PVC pipes, leading to the introduction of solid vinyl siding. Recently in 2007, the company added Gypsum and ceilings to their scope of building materials as well! In 2015, CertainTeed re-established themselves in a new state of the art headquarter building that showcases 40 products! Since this new building has an open floor plan, it enables the research team to test the impact of the products in a real environment, providing the company with the ability to innovate better products and solutions for consumers.

Pacific Northwest Premier Skylights

As a roofing company, we deal with everything that goes along with your roof – vents, chimneys, and of course skylights. Living in the great Pacific Northwest, we are surrounded by beautiful scenes, many of us have chosen to add skylights to our home in order to bring in light and brighten up a room into our homes. At Chase Construction NW, Inc., we only work with the best, and since we don’t make skylights, we need the best skylight manufacturer to fulfill the demand of our customers. That is where Tam Industries come in, when it comes to skylights, they are the best!

TAM skylights

Choosing a color for your new roof

Choosing a color for your roof isn’t as hard as it may sound. But with all the choices available, it can be intimidating, and with each style comes different choices. Luckily our friends at GAF makes it easy for us! Lets take a peak at the different color families GAF has to offer.

HGTV Director of Design Nancy FireGAF is North America’s largest roofing manufacturer and more property owners choose GAF for their roofing project. And it’s no wonder with how easy they make it to choose your new roof! They even have HGTV Home’s Director of Design as their Style Guide Expert – Nancy Fire! Lets break down the color families with a selected shingle to demonstrate.

Adding Curb Appeal with a New Roof!

Wikepedia defines curb appeal as “An attractiveness of the exterior of a residential or commercial property, as viewed from the street.” As a roofing company, curb appeal is our business. Call us biased, but nothing is more attractive to us on a house than a beautiful roof. Yes Yes, the rest of the house is important too, but expertly install an architectural 50 year shingle on that house, and we are happy! But recognizing that our love for roofs isn’t necessarily shared with the rest of the general population, here are some other tips to add curb appeal to your home pulled from our pinterest page (have you followed us yet?)

Curb Appeal IdeasDisplaying your house numbers in a creative way is a relatively easy way to add some curb appeal. There are many ways to execute this concept, that you can do yourself! Again, are you following us on Pinterest yet?

Edco Products & Steele Roofing

EDCO roofing productsFounded in 1946, EDCO Products is now the largest manufacturer of residential steel roofs and siding in the United States EDCO is continuing the tradition of innovation that it started in the post WWII era, with ground-breaking products in steel roofs and siding. They have received Metal Roofing Magazine’s “Top 10 Product” award 4 times, and their Metal of Honor award 5 times!  Visit their blog for details.

Steel roofs retain their value better than asphalt shingles. They lower energy costs and can even get you a discount on your insurance! They also last a lifetime and can withstand more extreme weather. Being 100% recyclable and made from a minimum of 25% recycled material, steel roofs are also considered green roofs!