Roof repairs in Upper Marlboro and Waldorf

2017 Hail Storms Hammer Waldorf And Upper Marlboro. Crown Roof Remodeling to the rescue. If you live here, you probably remember the destructive hail storms that hammered Waldorf and Upper Marlboro homes. Many of these relatively new homes had damage so severe, we had to replace the entire roof. For the homeowners below, the storm
Building a better deck.

Building a better deck.

Seven ways to take deck and patio remodel from acceptable to exceptional. Any deck contractor worth his salt can build, repair or remodel a deck. We believe it takes more than the basics to get it perfect. Here’s how we get to ‘perfect’. 1. Start with a solid foundation. Maryland Building Code calls for a
Roof Damage VS. Car Damage

Roof Damage VS. Car Damage

Roof Damage VS. Car Damage Insurance may not cover hail damage to your car, but it will cover damage to your roof. If your car has been dinged by hail, it’s pretty certain that your roof is damaged too. While it’s easy to notice hail damage to your car, it’s not so easy on your

Gutters Too Small For Your Roof

Gutters Too Small For Your Roof
Gutters Too Small For Your Roof Are your gutters big enough for your roof? It’s fair to assume that the gutters on your roof are designed to capture and direct excess rainfall away from your house. But there’s no guarantee that they are. Leaky gutters can erode your home's foundation. And you’re probably aware of
Are Freak Storms Becoming Frequent Storms?

Are Freak Storms Becoming Frequent Storms?

Are Freak Storms Becoming Frequent Storms? On April 22, Maryland suburbs were hit by what meteorologists have described as a freak storm. Doppler radar recorded more than 36 hailstorms in the Baltimore Area since 2016. The headline in the Washington Post says it all; “Surprise supercell storm unleashes onslaught of hail.” The storm was notable

MHIC Certification in Maryland

MHIC Certification in Maryland
What does MHIC certification mean to you? If you’ve worked with a contractor, you’ve may have seen the letters alongside a number on their truck. MHIC signifies that the contractor is licensed and regulated by the Maryland Home Improvement Commission. The commission regulates all interior and exterior remodeling including roofing replacement, gutters, siding, doors, windows,