Roofing Specialists In Ashburn VA Announce Updates To Website Content About Their Services

July 10, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - has announced that they have made recent updates to their website content regarding their roofing services in Ashburn, Virginia, and neighboring areas. The latest article noted that the roofs of homes in Ashburn are subjected to weather extremes of ice storms during winter and high winds, hail and rain during summer. All of that have a negative effect on the roof, gutters, and chimneys such that even the strongest roofs will soon get damaged. Therefore, there is a need for a reliable roofing contractor. The said article can be accessed at

“Regular roof repair and maintenance is the only way to ensure that your roof, and home, is structurally sound. It’s no secret that unexpected weather extremes have just about become the norm in Northern Virginia. You can be sure that your roof takes quite a beating every time the weather changes and you need it to withstand those changes,” says Ken Briesemeister, spokesperson for He adds, “That’s why identifying a reputable and reliable roof repair contractor is so important for homeowners. In fact, working with the best roofers in your area is one way to ensure that your loved ones and your property are kept safe throughout the year.”

According to Ken, their experienced crews can comply with the residential roof replacement and roof repair requirements in Ashburn, Virginia and surrounding areas. They are ready to offer solutions for homes that fit any budget. They can also meet the requirements of light commercial structures like condos, schools, and office complexes.

They mainly use asphalt shingles, including timberline or architectural shingles, fiberglass asphalt shingles, laminate shingles, and three tab shingles. The roofing systems offered have some major components that have the purpose of extending the life of the roof for as long as possible. These include: roof and deck protection; water and ice shield; attic ventilation; high-quality shingles; and ridge-cap shingles for additional protection. More about the company and their services can be gleaned from their Facebook page at

For roofs that have been damaged by a severe storm, a hailstorm, or a tree branch falling on the roof, can offer same day roof repair. The solution recommended to ensure the roof doesn’t suddenly require major repair is to schedule regular roof inspections. is offering a free roof inspection at least once every year. According to Ken, it is the safest way to protect the home from serious damage and save on the cost of major roof repairs. The homeowners themselves can also do their share. They can look for possible signs of roof problems, such as condensation on the windows when it is cold outside; water stains on the walls or ceiling; and peeling wallpaper and paint, and mold growth.

Another important service provided by is leak repair. This is vital because water leaks can cause a lot of damage to the home. Leaks may be found in the roof, chimneys, vent pipes, windows, and skylights. And once a leak has been discovered, it should be repaired as soon as possible because water inside the home can cause severe damage and even make the home conducive for mold growth, which can pose a danger to the health of the family members.

That the roofing services provided by, which has been in the business for more than 40 years, are of high quality is proven by the five star reviews left by satisfied clients. For instance, Chris K. gave them five stars and said, “Any contractor can complete a job but will they resolve issues that may come up months later? That is the real test of a good company. We had our roof replaced 6 months ago and had some trim separate because of high winds. Ken at was very responsive and had his guys come and make the repairs the same week. They did a full inspection no questions asked. I recommend Ken to all my neighbors!”

Those who require more information regarding the roofing services provided by can visit their website at, or contact them by phone or via email.


For more information about, contact the company here:
Ken Briesemeister
(703) 303-8546 4094 Majestic Ln Fairfax, VA 22033

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