New Roof Installation in Arlington, Leesburg, Fairfax, Falls Church, & Elsewhere in Northern Virginia, Maryland & Washington, D.C.
A new roof is more than an investment in the value and safety of your house or office building. It’s a statement, an outward expression of your personality, a way to show the world – or just prove to your neighbors – that you care enough to make sure your home in Arlington, Fairfax, Falls Church, and elsewhere in the Mid-Atlantic region looks as good today as the day you bought it. And because you care, you owe it to yourself to hire the very best.
Since 1981, Shiner Exteriors has helped property owners bring to reality a vision for the perfect new roof. With more than 16,000 home improvement jobs completed in Tyson’s Corner, Georgetown, Bethesda, Alexandria, Leesburg, McLean, and elsewhere in Northern Virginia, Maryland, and the D.C. area, perfecting the combined art and science of new roof installation has become a point of pride at Shiner. Tile, slate, metal, cedar, flat roofing, asphalt shingles – we do it all, with superior materials, expert workmanship, and unparalleled customer service.
How will you know when you need a new roof? Sometimes, the Southeast’s unpredictable summer weather makes it easy. A fallen tree or hale damage can make your decision for you. But what if there is no storm damage? A roof that is past its prime might still appear sound at first glance. As you monitor your shingles or tiles, look for these signs to determine whether it’s time for a new roof:
- Excessive curling on the edges of shingles
- Surface cracking in tiles or shingles
- Burst blisters on asphalt shingles
- Extensive algae staining
- Wide-spread buckling
- Rotting or missing shingles or tiles
If you spot something troublesome, give us a call. We’ll conduct a thorough inspection, inside and outside, then provide all the information you need to have a safe, attractive new roof you’ll be proud to show the neighbors. Contact us today to schedule an inspection for your residential or commercial building in Northern Virginia, Maryland, or Washington, D.C.