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2016 Northwest Flower and Garden Show The 2016 Flower and Garden Show was a hit! The “America the Beautiful” theme definitely rang throughout, as the air filled with the beautiful aroma of the flowers and outdoor scenes that were showcased throughout the Washington State Convention Center. From the vintage garden market, to the floral competition, the beauty of spring and the outdoors got us excited for the coming months! Burman Concrete Not only did we have the opportunity to meet a lot of great people looking for a new roofs and home improvement projects, but who were looking for backyard seating solutions. Backyard seating solutions you ask? Yes! Because we had the opportunity to be placed
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Chase Construction’s Heart For Serving Gets Featured In Professional Roofing Magazine.

Acts of Kindness 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
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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
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Seattle’s Slave to the Needle Tattoo Parlor Gets a New Roof!

New Roofing System In Seattle, WA. Chase Construction NW, Inc. had the opportunity to install a roofing system on a tattoo parlor in Ballard, Washington. Slave to the Needle Tattoo has been servicing the Seattle community since 1995. “Slave to the Needle is an internationally known award winning tattoo and body piercing studio. We’ve been voted ‘Best Tattoo & Piercing Studio’ by the Seattle Weekly readers poll for 8 consecutive years, winner of Best Tattoo & Piercing Studio for Seattle’s Citysearch.com for 4 years, and are a 4 time winner of the ‘Nicest Studio’ award at the National Tattoo Convention. Each of our artists are completely dedicated to the art of tattooing, and it shows. Most of the
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Metal Barn Roof in Edgewood, WA

New Metal Roof In Edgewood, WA. Summertime is one of the busiest seasons for the roofing industry. We are constantly working on residential and commercial re-roofs, repairs and new constructions. It is exciting however when we get the opportunity to stray from the usual and roof a barn! Chase Construction had the opportunity to re-roof a beautiful barn in Edgewood, WA. We began by tearing off the existing multilayered cedar shake, composition and galvanized metal roof and installed a brand new ASC™ 36” Nor-Clad Color Guard 25 Metal Roofing System in Forest Green. Nor-Clad is a light gauge, exposed fastener panel with 36” coverage used in residential roof and wall applications. Wide panel coverage means fewer
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Heat Illness Detection & Prevention.

Working In Extreme Heat Has Its Consequences! The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has launched its fourth annual Campaign to Prevent Heat Illness in Outdoor Workers. This campaign is designed to raise awareness as well as educate workers and employers about the dangers or working in hot weather. It aims to provide resources and guidance that enables both workers and employers to address these hazards. This article features the components of OSHA’s campaign by explaining what heat illness is, who is effected and what can be done to prevent it. (Provided by osha.gov)  Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez states that “Heat related illness can be fatal, and employers are responsible for keeping workers
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