Archive for April, 2017

March 2017 Newsletter

Tuesday, April 4th, 2017


March Newslet­ter: Mar­shall Roof­ing Hon­ored in Fair­fax County

We are more than a roof­ing company. 

Our Ser­vices

Troy, Mar­shall Roof­ing, & Cer­tain­teed Hon­ored by Fair­fax County
Fairfax County Honors Troy & Marshall Roofing for Donation
Fair­fax County Board of Super­vi­sors Hon­ors Troy & Mar­shall Roof­ing for Donation

Troy Mar­shall, Cer­tain­Teed & Mar­shall Roof­ing, Sid­ing & Win­dows are hon­ored for their dona­tions to Fair­fax County’s Search and Res­cue Build­ing. We are thank­ful for the Fair­fax County Board of Super­vi­sors for hon­or­ing Troy and Mar­shall Roof­ing, Sid­ing & Win­dows! This project held a spe­cial place in the hearts of the Mar­shall Roof­ing staff. 

Hon­ored in North­ern Vir­ginia Magazine
Find us in North­ern Vir­ginia Magazine’s March edition
Mar­shall Roof­ing, Sid­ing & Win­dows are excited to be named the Best Win­dows, Sid­ing, Roof­ing and Gut­ters in North­ern Vir­ginia Magazine’s inau­gural “Best Home Improve­ment Con­trac­tors” 2017 March issue. Thank you for vot­ing for us! 

Check out a recent roof­ing installation
Spring is the per­fect time to start your home ren­o­va­tions! 
Roof Replace­ment by Mar­shall Roofing


Spring Main­te­nance tips


Pasta Pri­mav­era

Kosher salt
12 ounces fusilli or other corkscrew pasta
1/2 pound sugar snap peas, halved length­wise, or broc­coli flo­rets (or a com­bi­na­tion)
2 car­rots, shred­ded
1 yel­low bell pep­per, cut into thin strips
1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for driz­zling
4 cloves gar­lic, thinly sliced
1 pint cherry toma­toes, halved
1/4 to 1/2 tea­spoon red pep­per flakes
1/2 cup roughly chopped fresh mint
1/2 cup grated parme­san cheese
4 ounces goat cheese, crumbled
For direc­tions visit: Food Net­work

Our vision is brought to life with expe­ri­enced esti­ma­tors. Our esti­ma­tors have expert prod­uct knowl­edge and expe­ri­ence with match­ing the cus­tomer to the right prod­ucts. This, along with our sig­na­ture cus­tomer ser­vice, is what makes us Mar­shall Roof­ing, Sid­ing & Win­dows, a name you can trust. 

East Coast Craftsman Homes You Covet

Tuesday, April 4th, 2017

Crafts­man homes feel chock full of char­ac­ter: the sim­plic­ity of the archi­tec­ture, the nat­ural mate­ri­als, the stone details, the open porches and over­hang­ing gables. They just have a cozy, warm look that makes you want to call the struc­ture, home.


The style boomed after the elab­o­rate style of the Vic­to­rian era.  The sim­ple and hon­est crafts­man home stepped onto the scene and show­cased the hand­i­work and crafts­man­ship that make the home style unique.


After years of wear, some homes need a sid­ing refresh to help keep them look­ing pris­tine and pro­tected. Thank­fully, James Hardie® sid­ing is Engi­neered for Cli­mate®, with per­for­mance attrib­utes that take your exact region’s cli­mate into account. The HardieZone® Sys­tem breaks down North Amer­ica with climate-specific prod­uct for­mu­la­tions, and there’s one zone specif­i­cally for the East Coast locale you call home.


James Hardie sid­ing and trim is win­ter ready, able to resist shrink­ing, swelling and crack­ing even after years of wet or freez­ing conditions.


When plan­ning your exte­rior refresh, you have options with James Hardie prod­ucts. A vari­ety of sid­ing selec­tions high­lights your archi­tec­ture. The clas­sic hor­i­zon­tal boards like HardiePlank® lap sid­ing may be the first sid­ing image that comes to mind, but you can opt for HardiePanel® ver­ti­cal sid­ing, stag­gered edge or straight edge HardieSh­in­gle® sid­ing, and even dif­fer­ent sid­ing widths and tex­tures (like smooth, Cedarmill© or stucco).


Here’s a roundup of Crafts­man style homes clad in James Hardie sid­ing and trim—feast your eyes on these character-filled quar­ters fea­tur­ing Col­or­Plus® Tech­nol­ogy colors. 


Stag­gered Shin­gles and Stone

Shin­gle sid­ing feels right at home on this Crafts­man. The home­own­ers opted for stag­gered edge HardieSh­in­gle sid­ing in Pearl Gray. The light gray sid­ing hue matches the crafts­man stone details for a cohe­sive and clean look.


















Cozy and Creamy

This cream-colored Crafts­man is clad in HardiePlank lap sid­ing in Cob­ble Stone with Hardi­eTrim® boards just a hint darker in Sand­stone Beige. The two light neu­tral col­ors blend nicely with the red brick foun­da­tion, and the out­door and indoor light­ing add to the invit­ing ambiance.



















Con­tem­po­rary Craftsman

This Crafts­man style home has a mod­ern feel, with new HardiePlank lap sid­ing in Evening Blue and Hardi­eTrim boards in Arc­tic White. The stand­out brick chim­ney nods to the clas­sic Crafts­man look and the porch is the per­fect van­tage point to take in the hon­est hand­i­work dis­played in the details.




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