Archive for April, 2019

Landscaping Ideas

Tuesday, April 30th, 2019

Fun around Your Home

Land­scap­ing any­one? Well spring has arrived, and with it so many things to do around our homes! If you are look­ing for ideas for curb appeal and land­scap­ing DIY projects try some of these ideas…


Create creative pathways

Find at


Cre­ate Unique Pat­terns with Stones and con­crete

Install a fire pit


Plant a fruit tree

apple tree

Create a space with water with a small pond or a fountain


Plants in a Garden

Find Unique plants to add or enhance a gar­den


Or Hire a Professional to Help!

Good luck on your land­scap­ing this spring!

Latest Yelp Review. Thank you!

Sunday, April 14th, 2019

Yelp review from April 10, 2019. Thank you Phillip for let­ting us take care of your Arling­ton, VA home, and for rat­ing us 5 stars! Repeat cus­tomers make us ful­filled! 

April 2019 newsletter

Thursday, April 4th, 2019

Spring Edi­tion: Pro­mo­tion and Ask the Expert Sec­tion

Mar­shall Roof­ing Sid­ing & Win­dows
7220 Tele­graph Square Dri­ve   
   Lor­ton, VA 22079  
8561 Sud­ley Road 
Man­as­sas, VA 20110
Par­a­digm is offer­ing a spe­cial offer for Mar­shall Roof­ing clients!
Now through May 3rd, 2019 receive free grids on Pre­mi­um 8300 prod­ucts. Sched­ule your free esti­mate for more details!
*Not valid with any oth­er pro­mo­tion or pre­vi­ous pur­chase.
Provia Doors
Our Provia Entry Doors are built to last. Unlike tra­di­tion­al wood doors they do not dete­ri­o­rate, crack or warp. They offer five times the insu­la­tion, sav­ing on your ener­gy bill! Plus they are cost-effi­cient, and they look amaz­ing. Your front entry way is the first impres­sion for your home and a Provia door upgrade can trans­form the look of your home. Spring is here! Give your front entry an upgrade. Call for a free esti­mate 703–550-0055.
Take a look at a door instal­la­tion.
It is easy and instal­la­tion is done in one day!
Ask An Expert: Do I need to repair or replace my old roof?  
Look for these signs before call­ing Mar­shall Roof­ing, Sid­ing, & Win­dows.
1 – Roof Age
How old is your exist­ing asphalt shin­gle roof? Most experts agree that a typ­i­cal roof will last between 20–25 years. It also depends on whether the old roof was removed and you only have one lay­er of shin­gles, and if it is prop­er­ly ven­ti­lat­ed. If the roof was installed over anoth­er lay­er or sev­er­al lay­ers and it is old­er than 20 years, chances are you need a new roof.
2 – Shin­gles Curl­ing or Buck­ling
Shin­gles that are curled or buck­ing are anoth­er sign that you may need a new roof. Look at the slopes of your home that get direct sun­light and if you notice the shin­gles are curl­ing and los­ing gran­ules, it could mean the shin­gles are past their life expectan­cy. There could also be a pos­si­bil­i­ty that the roof is defec­tive.
On-Site With Mar­shall
We love what we do, and mak­ing our cus­tomers smile makes us hap­py! Here are some recent pho­tos on-site with our Mar­shall Team! Qual­i­ty counts, and it shows!
Roof Replace­ment
Roof Replace­ment
Sid­ing Replace­ment
Cedar Shake Replace­ment
Mar­shall Job Site
Thank you for the great
reviews of the work we do! We have received anoth­er Super Ser­vice Award from Ang­ie’s List.
Help us and leave a review at the fol­low­ing web­sites:
Ang­ie’s List, Yelp, Google, and Wash­ing­ton Con­sumer Check­book
A spe­cial thank you to Rob­bie! He sur­prised one of our crews with grilled lunch! What a great team!