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December 2015 Newsletter


Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

 

Decem­ber tips for your roof, sav­ings and more

We are more than a roof­ing company. 

Our Ser­vices
 

Fea­tured Product:
Pella Wood Windows
We are a proud part­ner of Pella Win­dows. Pella Wood Win­dows are desir­able for their sleek design and they are made of the best prod­ucts that will last for years to come! They pro­vide an air­tight solu­tion to old drafty win­dows. You may also wish to add optional  mini blinds inside your new windows!
 
For more infor­ma­tion, or a free esti­mate call or email us today!
 
 

The Sav­ings on Sid­ing Continues!
Buy 5 squares get 1 square Free
 
Save on Sid­ing now! Buy 5 squares of Main­street or Mono­gram sid­ing and get 1 square free!

 Offer is valid on Cer­tain­teed Mono­gram and Cer­tain­teed Main­Street prod­ucts only. Offer valid on mate­ri­als only. 

*Buy 5 squares and get the 6th square free is valid on Cer­tain­teed Main­street and Mono­gram sid­ing only. Valid on sid­ing instal­la­tion pro­pos­als signed between Decem­ber 1 — Decem­ber 31, 2015. Not valid with any other dis­count or pro­mo­tion. Dis­count does not have a cash value, and is not valid on past signed proposals.
 
Recent Roof­ing Jobs

 
 

Meet Troy Mar­shall, II

Meet Troy, the Oper­a­tions Man­ager at Mar­shall Roof­ing, Sid­ing & Win­dows. Hav­ing grown up in this com­pany, Troy is knowl­edge­able and eager to serve his clients with pro­fes­sion­al­ism and with cus­tomer ser­vice that is cus­tom­ary for the Mar­shall Roof­ing name. 
 

Tips to Pre­vent Ice Damming

Pre­pare your roof now for the win­ter months:
 
Ice Damming Prevention

Ice damming is when ice forms on your roof that pre­vents melt­ing snow from flow­ing off of your roof. There are steps you can take now to pre­vent this dur­ing snow season. 
 
    1. Ven­ti­late Eaves And Ridge
    2. Cap the Hatch
    3. Exhaust to the Outside
    4. Add Insu­la­tion
    5. Flash Around Chim­neys 
 
Full Arti­cle:  Pre­vent Ice Damming
 
Also ask about our Hot Top­per Gut­ter Pro­tec­tion sys­tem. It melts snow! 

Fun Recipes

Warm up with this Recipe
 
Pep­per­mint Hot Chocolate

 

Our objec­tive is to pro­vide our cus­tomers with the high­est qual­ity roof­ing, sid­ing, win­dows, gut­ters, and entry door work in the North­ern Vir­ginia & Mary­land areas by offer­ing expe­ri­ence, effi­ciency, high qual­ity prod­ucts, cus­tomized projects, and the best cus­tomer ser­vice. Our goal is 100% cus­tomer sat­is­fac­tion. 

 




December 2015 Newsletter


Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

 

Decem­ber tips for your roof, sav­ings and more

We are more than a roof­ing company. 

Our Ser­vices
 

Fea­tured Product:
Pella Wood Windows
We are a proud part­ner of Pella Win­dows. Pella Wood Win­dows are desir­able for their sleek design and they are made of the best prod­ucts that will last for years to come! They pro­vide an air­tight solu­tion to old drafty win­dows. You may also wish to add optional  mini blinds inside your new windows!
 
For more infor­ma­tion, or a free esti­mate call or email us today!
 
 

The Sav­ings on Sid­ing Continues!
Buy 5 squares get 1 square Free
 
Save on Sid­ing now! Buy 5 squares of Main­street or Mono­gram sid­ing and get 1 square free!

 Offer is valid on Cer­tain­teed Mono­gram and Cer­tain­teed Main­Street prod­ucts only. Offer valid on mate­ri­als only. 

*Buy 5 squares and get the 6th square free is valid on Cer­tain­teed Main­street and Mono­gram sid­ing only. Valid on sid­ing instal­la­tion pro­pos­als signed between Decem­ber 1 — Decem­ber 31, 2015. Not valid with any other dis­count or pro­mo­tion. Dis­count does not have a cash value, and is not valid on past signed proposals.
 
Recent Roof­ing Jobs

 
 

Meet Troy Mar­shall, II

Meet Troy, the Oper­a­tions Man­ager at Mar­shall Roof­ing, Sid­ing & Win­dows. Hav­ing grown up in this com­pany, Troy is knowl­edge­able and eager to serve his clients with pro­fes­sion­al­ism and with cus­tomer ser­vice that is cus­tom­ary for the Mar­shall Roof­ing name. 
 

Tips to Pre­vent Ice Damming

Pre­pare your roof now for the win­ter months:
 
Ice Damming Prevention

Ice damming is when ice forms on your roof that pre­vents melt­ing snow from flow­ing off of your roof. There are steps you can take now to pre­vent this dur­ing snow season. 
 
    1. Ven­ti­late Eaves And Ridge
    2. Cap the Hatch
    3. Exhaust to the Outside
    4. Add Insu­la­tion
    5. Flash Around Chim­neys 
 
Full Arti­cle:  Pre­vent Ice Damming
 
Also ask about our Hot Top­per Gut­ter Pro­tec­tion sys­tem. It melts snow! 

Fun Recipes

Warm up with this Recipe
 
Pep­per­mint Hot Chocolate

 

Our objec­tive is to pro­vide our cus­tomers with the high­est qual­ity roof­ing, sid­ing, win­dows, gut­ters, and entry door work in the North­ern Vir­ginia & Mary­land areas by offer­ing expe­ri­ence, effi­ciency, high qual­ity prod­ucts, cus­tomized projects, and the best cus­tomer ser­vice. Our goal is 100% cus­tomer sat­is­fac­tion. 

 




January 2016 Newsletter


Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

 

Thank you for 2015. Start your new year right with your home resolutions

We are more than a roof­ing company. 

Our Ser­vices
 

What are your New Year’s Home Resolutions? 

Thank you!
 
We are so happy with the suc­cess of 2015. We cel­e­brated our 35th year  anniver­sary, we re-roofed more roofs than any year, and we received more refer­rals than any other year! Through­out 2015, with the help of our part­ners, we were able to give a new dis­count every month to cel­e­brate our 35th annivesary! Thank you to our part­ners, and thank you clients for join­ing us in cel­e­brat­ing our longevity!

We again, sin­cerely thank you for your patron­age, and will­ing­ness to trust us with your homes and your fam­ily and friends’. We look for­ward to a great 2016. We con­tinue to grow and edu­cate our staff in the lat­est home ren­o­va­tion prod­ucts and tech­niques. We are com­mit­ted to serv­ing you!
 
 
–Troy Mar­shall, President
 
Jan­u­ary Discount!

Start the New Year off Right with 

10% off New Gut­ters with New Roof­ing or 

New Sid­ing jobs

 

 

 

*10% off of gut­ters valid on full roof replace­ment or full sid­ing replace­ment jobs signed between Jan­u­ary 4, 2016 through Jan­u­ary 31, 2016. Not valid with any other pro­mo­tions or dis­counts. Not valid on pre­vi­ously signed con­tracts. This dis­count does not have a cash value. 

Recent New Roof Replacements

We love the details of every new job. From roof­ing to sky­lights! We take pride in every home­own­ers vision of their updates to their home. Take a look at our detailed work in these pic­tures below!

 

 

 

 

 

Home Improve­ment Funnies

 

 

Fun Recipes

Fun Recipes
 Warm up this Jan­u­ary with this chicken chili crock pot recipe!
 
Chicken Chili Crock­pot Recipe 

 
Full Recipe:  Chicken Chili Recipe
 




February 2016 Newsletter


Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

 

Feb­ru­ary 2016 Monthly

We are more than a roof­ing company. 

Our Ser­vices
 

Need More Nat­ural Light? Check out our Sky­lights and Sky­Tube options 

Sky­lights

Sky­Tubes


We can install or replace your sky­lights or sky­tubes. Sky­lights pro­vide nat­ural light and char­ac­ter to your room. In the day­time save energy with nat­ural light. Nat­ural light is also known to improve vitality! 
 
Sky­Tubes are tubu­lar sky­lights pow­ered by a solar panel and recharge­able Ni-MH bat­ter­ies. They pro­vide added light and save on energy!
 
For more infor­ma­tion on sky­lights and sky­tubes visit: MarshallRoofing.com 
 

Recent Project by Marshall

 

Fun Recipes

At Home Recipe:
 
Quick Chicken Cor­don Bleu Recipe

 
Full Recipe:  Chicken Cor­don Bleu

Our objec­tive is to pro­vide our cus­tomers with the high­est qual­ity roof­ing,   sid­ing, win­dows, gut­ters, and entry door work in the North­ern Vir­ginia & Mary­land areas by offer­ing expe­ri­ence, effi­ciency, high qual­ity prod­ucts, cus­tomized projects, and the best cus­tomer ser­vice. Our goal is 100% cus­tomer satisfaction.

 
 




March 2016 Newsletter


Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

 

Free Grids Offer. Details inside our March Spring Home Improve­ment Newsletter

We are more than a roof­ing company. 

Our Ser­vices
 
Par­a­digm is offer­ing FREE

between the glass grids for the month of March with pur­chase of pre­mium prod­uct windows*
*Receive free between the glass grids when you pur­chase a min­i­mum of 4 pre­mium Par­a­digm Win­dows. Not valid with any other dis­count or pro­mo­tion. Offer does not have a cash value. Con­tract must be signed between March 1 — March 31, 2016.

Check out a recent roof­ing installation
Spring is the per­fect time to start your home renovations! 

Roof Replace­ment by Mar­shall Roofing

SPRING HOME MAINTENANCE LIST

Spring Main­te­nance by HGTV
    • Check for loose or leaky gut­ters. Improper drainage can lead to water in the base­ment or crawl space. Make sure down­spouts drain away from the foun­da­tion and are clear and free of debris.
    • Low areas in the yard or next to the foun­da­tion should be filled with com­pacted soil. Spring rains can cause yard flood­ing, which can lead to foun­da­tion flood­ing and dam­age. Also, when water pools in these low areas in sum­mer, it cre­ates a breed­ing ground for insects.
    • Use a screw­driver to probe the wood trim around win­dows, doors, rail­ings and decks. Make repairs now before the spring rains do more dam­age to the exposed wood.
    • From the ground, exam­ine roof shin­gles to see if any were lost or dam­aged dur­ing win­ter. If your home has an older roof cov­er­ing, you may want to start a bud­get for replace­ment. The sum­mer sun can really dam­age roof shin­gles. Shin­gles that are cracked, buck­led or loose or are miss­ing gran­ules need to be replaced. Flash­ing around plumb­ing vents, sky­lights and chim­neys need to be checked and repaired by a qual­i­fied roofer.

     

For a full list check out this link:  HGTV

Fall Apple Pie Recipe

Lemon & Dill Chicken
 

Ingre­di­ents:
4 bone­less, skin­less chicken breasts, (1–1 1/4 pounds)

 

 

Salt & freshly ground pep­per, to taste

3 tea­spoons extra-virgin olive oil, or canola oil, divided

1/4 cup finely chopped onion

3 cloves gar­lic, minced

1 cup reduced-sodium chicken broth

2 tea­spoons flour

2 table­spoons chopped fresh dill, divided

1 table­spoon lemon juice

 


For direc­tions visit: Eatingwell.com

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. 
 




June 2016 Newsletter


Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

 

June Sav­ings Enclosed

We are more than a roof­ing company. 

Our Ser­vices
 

Save on Gut­ters with New Roof­ing Job

Bun­dle and Save:
Save 20% on New Gut­ters with New Roof Replace­ment Contracts*
 

 
*Offer valid for con­tracts signed between June 1, 2016 through June 30, 2016. Not valid with any other offers or pro­mo­tions.

Hail Dam­age?

 
If you have dam­age to your home from recent hail storms, call us for your free esti­mate. We can replace gut­ters, trim, sid­ing, roof­ing and more! Always free esti­mates, never pres­sure to buy!

Types of Shingles

What’s Shin­gle Type Works Best for Your Home
Below take a look at our stan­dard to high end shingles.
Cer­tain­teed Landmark
 
 
 
Cer­tain­teed Land­mark shin­gles trans­form out­dated and worn shin­gles for a sleek upgrade to older roofs. Land­mark is t wo-piece lam­i­nated fiber glass-based con­struc­tion. These shin­gles are  229 / 240 lbs. per square.
 
Ask us about our other lines of tra­di­tional roof­ing shin­gles from Certainteed!
 
  
 
GAF Tim­ber­line Nat­ural Shadow shin­gles are fiber­glass asphalt shin­gles. They are known for their dura­bil­ity, and wind resis­tance.  ENERGY STAR® qualified. 
 
Learn more about our GAF shin­gles with a free esti­mate from one of our knowl­edge­able estimators.  

Pre­pare for Sum­mer & Fire up the Grill

Beer Mar­i­nated Grilled Steak
 
 
INGREDIENTS
1 orange, thinly sliced with peel
1/2 onion, thinly sliced
4 gar­lic cloves, halved and smashed
2 1/4 pounds skirt steak
Kosher salt and fresh ground black pep­per
1 cup light-colored beer (prefer­ably lager style)
1/2 cup soy sauce
 
For the full recipe: foodnetwork.com

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 Mar­shall Roof­ing, Sid­ing & Win­dows, a name you can trust. 
 




Our latest Video


Wednesday, October 5th, 2016

Check out our lat­est video on YouTube. 

 





Start Your New Year off Right with Marshall Roofing Windows Siding & Windows


Thursday, January 15th, 2015

New year, new you!  See the tips below for basic guide­lines to health­ier eat­ing pro­vided by the gro­cer Wegmans.

 

 

Daily:

  • 5 or more cups of fruits & veggies
  • 3 serv­ings dairy
  • 3 or more serv­ings whole grains
  • a hand­ful of nuts/seeds
  • (optional) 1–2 drinks of wine or other alcohol
  • stay hydrated with water through­out the day

Weekly:

  • 2 or more serv­ings seafood
  • 2 or more serv­ings beans
  • 2 or less serv­ings red or processed meats




November Newsletter


Thursday, November 21st, 2013

Check out our Novem­ber Newslet­ter. There’s a coupon inside! 

 

 

http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs187/1115217054292/archive/1115466607716.html

 

 

With great prod­ucts, staff and expe­ri­ence we are ready to serve you! We pro­vide ser­vices for roof repair, roof replace­ment, sid­ing replace­ment, car­pen­try, win­dows, door entry, and more! 

 

 





Food & Wine Recipe for Thanksgiving


Saturday, November 16th, 2013

Roast Turkey with Fried Sage & Pecans

© Frances Janisch
 

Roast Turkey with Fried Sage and Pecans

CONTRIBUTED BY GRACE PARISI
  • ACTIVE: 45 MIN
  • TOTAL TIME: 4 HRS 30 MIN
  • SERVINGS: 12

Grace Parisi blends ingre­di­ents into a but­ter that she rubs all over the turkey. In addi­tion to this one with sage, other cre­ative ideas are Roast Turkey with Lemon and Chivesand Roast Turkey with Pick­led Jalapeño–Paprika Gravy.

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  • 1 cup pecans
  • 1 cup canola oil, for frying
  • 1 large gar­lic clove, smashed
  • 1 cup sage leaves
  • 2 sticks unsalted but­ter, softened
  • Kosher salt
  • 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
  • One 18-pound turkey
  • 1 car­rot, cut into 1-inch pieces
  • 1 onion, cut into 1-inch wedges
  • 4 cups Turkey Stock
  1. Pre­heat the oven to 350°. Spread the pecans in a pie plate and toast in the oven for about 10 min­utes. Trans­fer the pecans to a food proces­sor and let cool completely.
  2. In a medium skil­let, heat the oil. Add the gar­lic and cook over mod­er­ate heat until very lightly golden, about 1 minute. Add the sage leaves and fry, stir­ring gen­tly, until crisp, about 2 min­utes. Using a slot­ted spoon, trans­fer the sage leaves and gar­lic clove to a paper towel–lined plate and let cool. Add half of the sage leaves and the gar­lic clove to the food proces­sor along with the but­ter and 1 table­spoon of salt; pulse until smooth. Trans­fer 1/4 cup of the but­ter to a small bowl and stir in the flour; reserve.
  3. Begin­ning at the neck end, gen­tly sep­a­rate the turkey skin from the breast and legs using your fin­gers. Sea­son the turkey cav­ity with salt. Rub half of the pecan-sage but­ter from the food proces­sor under the skin, spread­ing it over the breast and thighs.
  4. Set the turkey on a rack in a large roast­ing pan and scat­ter the car­rot and onion in the pan; add 1 1/2 cups of water. Rub the remain­ing pecan-sage but­ter from the food proces­sor all over the out­side of the turkey. Roast on the bot­tom rack of the oven for 3 1/2 to 4 hours, until an instant-read ther­mome­ter inserted deep in the thigh reg­is­ters 170°; halfway through roast­ing, add 1 1/2 cups of water to the roast­ing pan and tent the turkey with foil. Trans­fer the turkey to a carv­ing board and let rest for 30 minutes.
  5. Mean­while, strain the pan juices into a large mea­sur­ing cup; dis­card the solids. Spoon off the fat and dis­card it. (You should have about 2 cups of defat­ted pan juices.) In a large saucepan, boil the turkey stock until it is reduced to 3 cups, about 15 min­utes. Set the roast­ing pan over 2 burn­ers on high heat; add the reduced stock and scrape up any browned bits stuck to the bot­tom and side of the pan. Strain the stock into the saucepan, add the pan juices and bring to a sim­mer. Whisk in the reserved pecan-sage but­ter with flour and sim­mer over mod­er­ate heat, whisk­ing con­stantly, until thick­ened, about 4 min­utes. Sea­son with salt.
  6. Carve the turkey, trans­fer to a plat­ter and gar­nish with the reserved sage leaves. Serve the turkey, pass­ing the gravy at the table.




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