DryHome Roofing & Siding, Inc. is fully licensed, bonded and insured. We have been in business since 1988 and are proud of our achievements and level of success. We know that the only measure of our success is the satisfaction of our customers. We are committed and determined to provide our customers with quality work while promoting an honest and reliable service.
Sub-freezing temperatures combined with sunny days form the most unlikely artwork of Mother Nature -- icicles, which are always pretty in scenic pictures of winter wonderlands and of holidays past. But icicles have a dark side too, and can actually pose a real danger to people, pets and property. Clogged gutters and downspouts generate excessive … [Continue reading article...]
If you see water stains on your ceiling near or above a fireplace, and you know your roof isn’t damaged, you may need to inspect your chimney flashing. Notorious for leaking, chimneys let water into your home in a variety of ways, the most common of which is through the metal flashings. What is Chimney Flashing? Flashings are the strips of metal … [Continue reading article...]
Even when a storm produces no rain or hail, your roof can still sustain damage. Strong winds can create stress points on a roof that, over time, can weaken and become compromised. While roofs are designed to resist typical wind loads, they can be incrementally damaged over the years by high winds and debris carried by the wind. Replacing missing … [Continue reading article...]
Sterling, Va.-based company, DryHome Roofing & Siding was recently honored as Residential Roofing Contractor of the Year by Roofing Contractor magazine. The prestigious title is bestowed once a year on the contractor that embodies specific characteristics such as superior customer service, community involvement, and a rewarding work … [Continue reading article...]
Fall is here and that means windy autumn days and big storms. It’s a good time to check on the health of your property’s trees, especially those that are near your home. The National Storm Damage Center says that trees that are damaged by severe weather cause more than $1 billion in property damage in the United States each year. Fallen trees … [Continue reading article...]