Evansville Roofer – Chapman Construction, LLC
Evansville, Indiana roofing, siding, gutter, and window tips straight from the experts. Find out what what to look for in a roof, how to select a local Evansville contractor, details of proper siding installation, and more!
Chapman Construction is proud to be an Owens Corning Preferred Contractor. This certification allows us to provide all of our customers with advanced warranty coverage. This extended warranty provides a full 50 years of non-prorated material and labor coverage for your investment. The install makes all the difference on any shingle and choosing the Owens Corning Duration is a great compliment to any home.
Why Chapman Construction recommends Duration:
The Duration line of shingles provides exceptional color options, protection and longevity. But it’s the parts you don’t see, that makes it our choice, for your next roof. Take for example their patented SureNail Technology, which helps to provide wind resistance up to 130 mph! Along with Tru-Bond sealant and Triple Layer Protection, Owens Corning Duration should be considered on your next roofing install.read more
Does the company use subcontractors? Chapman Construction uses their own employees, without using subcontracted labor. Majority of roofing companies will sell a roofing project, then bid it out to the lowest cost contractor, making it impossible to insure consistent...read more
Chapman Construction is proud to be an Evansville exterior remodeling contractor. We are equipped to serve the greater Evansville, Indiana area with professional roofing, siding, and seamless gutter installation. Our employees are highly trained and driven to provide...read more
Chapman Construction is looking to hire an experienced shingler in the Evansville, In area. We need a roofer who is looking for full time work and interested in joining an exceptional and growing local business.read more
Warranties can be very difficult to understand exactly what’s covered. This article will help explain the differences between roof warranties and what coverage to expect. Different shingle manufacturers have different roof warranty coverage, so we will focus on our...read more
Chapman Construction focuses on providing a complete roof system on every home we touch. Every home is unique, so a complete roof can mean different things. Part of our job is to identify problems while we are roofing and address them before the job is complete. Roofs do not consist of shingles alone, this article will cover other components that we recommend replacing during a new roof install.
Chimneys are very common in Evansville, so when we install a new roof, we always insist on reflashing. This process includes Weather Watch Ice and Water Shield installed directly to the decking around the chimney, new metal step flashing, and cutting into the brick or stone to recess the counter flash. This reduces future problems, by addressing the leak prone area while we replace your shingles.read more
Updating the vinyl siding on a home is a great way to add curb appeal. Like other products, vinyl siding has improved over the years and we are proud to offer a wide range of siding types and quality levels. We offer installation of traditional lap siding, dutch lap, board and batten, and shake. By combining different types it’s possible to add character to your home and achieve the design you are looking for.read more
In roofing, each house is unique and requires special attention to areas that are considered leak prone, which includes chimneys. A chimney can be found in different locations on a roof, which each require different attention, to ensure water does not penetrate the roof line. A chimney in the middle of a roof, at the bottom of a roof, or in a valley all require special techniques to ensure long lasting water protection.
Chapman Construction specializes in properly sealing chimneys with step flashing, counter flashing, and in some cases building custom valleys to divert the water flow. The building up of the roof line, is called a Cricket or saddle. This new ridge is added to a roof to keep water from pooling up against the chimney, where it would be more likely to leak inside the home.read more
Any penetration point in your roof is considered a leak prone area and should be the first place you look when trying to locate a leak. Pipe vents are the most common type of penetration found on a roof and are from bathrooms, dryers, and some high efficient HVAC units. Each PVC pipe is typically wrapped in a boot and rubber doughnut. However, these boots can leak over the years.
Hot summers can eventually crack and tear the rubber seal around your vent pipe. These should be inspected every year, to keep you from finding out, after the fact, that you have a roof leak. In addition, when the rubber separates, water will enter your attic space and typically track down a rafter. This allows the water to enter your ceiling from a place far away from where the actual leak took place. Just because the leak is not showing up in your home directly below the vent pipe, inspect anyway, this may solve your problem.read more
A new roof can provide safety and security for your home and family. However, a roof does not consist of shingles alone, but many roofing components that create a barrier to the weather, while allowing harmful elements to escape your attic and home. It’s important for any roofer to understand the components they work with, to ensure that your home’s HVAC and other ventilation is properly installed.
All roofing penetrations must be suitably removed, installed, and inspected when you receive a new roof. This includes common pvc vents, furnace flues, and chimneys that must all be either replaced or repaired. When having a new roof installed, confirm with the contractor that the vent boots are being replaced and properly sealed. For furnace flues, make sure the roofing contractor understands the components they are working with, to allow the proper ventilation of harmful gasses. And for chimneys, confirm that the flashing will be replaced for tear-offs, with new install of step and counter flashing.read more