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Our Residential and Commercial Roofing Options

Our Residential and Commercial Roofing Options

At Chase Roofing LLC., we offer a wide selection of roofing options for all types of residential and commercial properties, along with other services like gutter repair and installation. In fact, if you’re both a homeowner and a commercial property owner, we are your one-stop shop for all your roofing needs.

Roofing Options

Let us give you a quick tour of our roofing options.

Residential Roofing

Your home deserves the best roofing it can have, which is why we didn’t stop at just one roofing type. We offer the following residential roofing options:

  • Asphalt Shingles – Asphalt shingles remain the most popular roofing material, simply because it strikes the perfect balance between relatively low cost, durability and long lifespan. We only want to offer the best to our clients, which is why we chose to offer GAF roofing products. As a GAF Master Elite® contractor, our clients gain access to beautiful and durable asphalt shingle products, as well as GAF’s exclusive warranties.

  • Metal Roofing – Metal is another popular roofing material that is strong, lightweight, and has an even longer life span. Many homeowners choose metal because it’s adaptable to any architectural style, requires little maintenance, and, with “cool roof” options, is energy-efficient. Metal roofing is also available for commercial roofing applications.

  • Slate – Slate is yet another durable roofing option that lasts for hundreds of years, is extremely resistant to storm damage, and has excellent insulating properties.

Commercial Roofing

Not all commercial properties have the same requirements, so we offer a wide selection of traditional and modern commercial roofing systems:

  • Built-up roofing (BUR) – Traditional BUR or gravel roofing remains one of the most economical commercial roofing systems available. A top layer of gravel or mineral covers alternating layers of fiberglass and hot asphalt, making the roof impervious to wind, UV rays, and impact damage.

  • Modified Bitumen Roofing – Modified bitumen roofs are similar in build as BUR, but uses layers of fiberglass with hot asphalt to achieve the same benefits. Modified bitumen is also used on low-slope residential buildings.

  • EPDM and TPO – Also referred to as rubber and plastic roofing, respectively, EPDM and TPO are two of the most popular commercial roofing options, thanks to its fast installation, minimal weight and energy efficiency.

To learn more about our roof repair, maintenance and installation services, call Chase Roofing LLC today at (757) 333-0052 or fill out our contact form to schedule a free quote. We serve many areas in and around Newport News, VA.