Archive for November, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving from Marshall Roofing, Siding, & Windows

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013



happy thanksgiving



Wish­ing you a hap­py, safe, and lov­ing Thanks­giv­ing. Feel free to read on about one of our staff mem­bers favorite part of this hol­i­day. Feel  free to leave  your favorite mem­o­ries for the hol­i­day!



Thanks­giv­ing is a spe­cial time. It’s my favorite because it’s the only hol­i­day through­out the year that the gifts are not bought from a store. You can­not buy time, love, help­ing, or sin­cer­i­ty. I love everyone bring­ing their favorite parts of the hol­i­day togeth­er to make one event. My favorite task is set­ting the table. It is some­thing that sets the mood for the hol­i­day and I love being a part of the hap­pi­ness. Wish­ing every­one a hap­py hol­i­day!




Check out our new video on Yelp, and leave a review!

Saturday, November 23rd, 2013




We need your Help on Yelp!

Do you use Yelp? Do you find it help­ful? Well we cre­at­ed a new video on Yelp! Please check it out, and sup­port us by leav­ing a review! Thank you.



November Newsletter

Thursday, November 21st, 2013

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



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! 



Contests and discounts and prizes…Oh my

Tuesday, November 19th, 2013




Mar­shall Roof­in­g’s Con­tests and Dis­counts Noti­fi­ca­tion 


 You don’t have to go some­where over the rain­bow to find a good deal. Mar­shall Roof­in­g’s goal is to pro­vide you with the low­est price pos­si­ble with­out com­pro­mis­ing qual­i­ty! In addi­tion, we have cre­at­ed con­tests and dis­counts for our cus­tomers! Be on the look out for our con­tests, which will occur every oth­er month. Last month we gave a $100 gift card to Home Depot to two lucky win­ners! Patri­cia B. & Raquel L. Don’t miss your next chance to win in Decem­ber!


We also will offer a dis­count on prod­ucts or ser­vices at least every oth­er month. Look out for oth­er dis­counts and oppor­tu­ni­ties to win! To sub­scribe to our newslet­ter send your email address to Eri­ka! This mon­th’s dis­count will fea­ture Gut­ter Top­per! You will nev­er have to clean your gut­ters again. For more infor­ma­tion vis­it:



Food & Wine Recipe for Thanksgiving

Saturday, November 16th, 2013

Roast Turkey with Fried Sage & Pecans
© Frances Janisch

Roast Turkey with Fried Sage and Pecans

  • ACTIVE: 45 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.



  • 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.

Cities we serve

Saturday, November 2nd, 2013


Take a look at the cities we serve. For the full list­ing click the fol­low­ing link…



List of Cities we serve

Saturday, November 2nd, 2013


We are hap­py to serve cities through­out North­ern Vir­ginia & Mary­land! 

service area map

Alexan­dria, VA
Annan­dale, VA 
Arling­ton, VA 
Ash­burn, VA
Aspen Hill, MD
Bar­nesville, MD
Beale­ton, VA
Belle­view, VA 
Berwyn Heights, MD
Bethes­da, MD
Bowie, MD
Broad Run, VA
Brookeville, MD
Burke, VA
Calver­ton, VA 
Camp Springs, MD
Capi­tol Heights, MD
Car­roll­ton, MD
Catlett, VA
Cen­tre­ville, VA
Chan­til­ly, VA
Chev­er­ly, MD
Chevy Chase, MD
Clifton, VA
Clin­ton, MD
Colesville, MD
Col­lege Park, MD
Darnestown, MD
Dela­plane, VA
Dis­trict Heights, MD
Dulles, VA
Dum­fries, VA
Engle­side, Mount Ver­non, VA
Fair Oaks, VA
Fair­fax Sta­tion, VA
Fair­fax, VA
Falls Church, VA
Forestville, MD
Fort Belvoir, VA
Fort Wash­ing­ton, MD
Fran­co­nia, VA
Gainesville, VA
Gaithers­burg, MD
Ger­man­town, MD
Gle­nar­den, MD
Great Falls, VA
Green­belt, MD
Hay­mar­ket, VA
Hern­don, VA
Hill­crest Heights, MD
Hunt­ing­ton, VA
Hyattsville, MD
Kens­ing­ton, MD
Ket­ter­ing, MD
Kingstowne, Fran­co­nia, VA
Lan­dover, Greater Lan­dover, MD
Largo, MD
Lau­rel, Hen­ri­co
Lay­tonsville, MD
Lees­burg, VA
Lor­ton, VA
Man­as­sas Park, VA
Man­as­sas, VA
Mar­low Heights, MD
Mar­shall, VA
Mar­tins Addi­tions, MD
McLean, VA
Mer­ri­field, VA
Mid­land, VA
Mitchel­lville, MD
Mont­gomery Vil­lage, MD
Mont­gomery, MD
New Bal­ti­more, VA
Nokesville, VA
Oak­ton, VA
Olney, MD
Opal, VA
Oxon Hill, MD
Poolesville, MD
Potomac Falls, VA
Potomac, MD
Prince George’s
Prince William
Rem­ing­ton, VA
Reston, VA
Rockville, MD
Ross­lyn, VA
Seabrook, MD
Sev­en Cor­ners, VA
Sil­ver Spring, MD
Som­er­set, MD
South Rid­ing, VA
Spring­field, VA
Ster­ling, VA
Suit­land, MD
Sumer­duck, VA
Tako­ma Park, MD
Tem­ple Hills, MD
The Plains
The Plains, VA
Upper Marl­boro, MD
Vien­na, VA
Wal­dorf, Charles
War­ren­ton, VA
West McLean, McLean, VA
Wheaton, MD
Wood­bridge, VA


For more infor­ma­tion or to request a roof­ing quote, please CLICK HERE to con­tact the pro­fes­sion­als at Mar­shall Roof­ing. 


Mis­sion State­ment: 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.

Vision State­ment: Our vision is to be the best roof­ingsid­ingwin­dowsgut­ters, and entry door replace­ment com­pa­ny in the North­ern Vir­ginia and Mary­land area. Our vision is cen­tered on the cus­tomers’ needs and vision of their home. cus­tomer sat­is­fac­tion.

Core Val­ues: Our moti­va­tion in each project is direct­ed from our core val­ues. Each core val­ue is cen­tered on the cus­tomer and includes: old time val­ues, con­cern for the cus­tomer, offer­ing the cus­tomer the best prod­ucts, and giv­ing the cus­tomer the best price for the high qual­i­ty prod­ucts.