Polar vortex? Bi-polar weather? Frozen pipes – no matter how well you think you have winterized your home, you are still susceptible to frozen pipes. Tonight’s evening news reported that there have been over 200 calls to the fire department in Prince George’s county alone about frozen pipes. Water is tricky because it expands as
Pond Roofing and Exteriors has been a supporter of the local non-profit organization, PRS (Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services) for many years. PRS is an award-winning program that provides critical services for persons living with mental illnesses, substance abuse and mild intellectual disabilities. Their offices are located in our community, and PRS depends upon community support
Pond Roofing and Exteriors is pleased to announce that its President, Patrick Readyhough, has been appointed to a 2-year term as a Board Member of the Virginia Association of Roofing Professionals (VARP). He will also chair the Steep Slope Committee for the organization. The Virginia Association of Roofing Professionals mission is to promote the roofing
Recent articles in Angie’s List monthly magazine and in Parade magazine reminded me of how easy it is for con artists to convince homeowners that exterior work is needed on their home. In fact, a recent article noted that roofing scam complaints were up 60% with the Better Business Bureau. Here is what could
One of the most frustrating aspects of replacing a roof is when we find that sheathing is bad and must be replaced. Wood replacement is really the only unknown left in our work orders. We don’t like unknowns any more than our customers. The best case scenario for us is that the sheathing is fine. That
Last week, we posted a blog about what to look for when choosing a contractor. We’ve since created the attached form for you to print and use for comparing contractors. We hope you find it to be a great resource! Click here to download.
Northern Virginia residents have been pounded by the severe weather of the last two years: we have lived through blizzards, hurricanes, an earthquake, and flooding rains. Our homes have taken a beating by this weather, and it is essential that you make sure your roofing system can handle what could be another brutal winter. As
Because of the historic nature of the back-to-back snow storms that hit this area this winter and the number of homes that were affected by ice dams, I wanted to provide information I hope is helpful pertaining to ice dams. Ice dams are not covered by warranty and must be submitted to your insurance carrier