Shingle Types

Between the rain and the wind this week, it has been challenging to do many roofs but we’re trying our best to work around the weather. Here are some great representations of all three shingle types we typically use: CertainTeed XT 25 Yr 3-Tab, Landmark Lifetime, and Landmark Pro Max Def.  

Fall Roofing

🍂 Fall is finally here and it’s been a great week for installing new roofs. Here are a few of the homes we’ve worked on in Howard and Carroll counties. 🍂  

Fall is the Best Time for Roof Replacement

If you’ve been putting off a ROOF REPLACEMENT, fall is the best time to call DWM Roofing and have it done! The weather is ideal and with winter just around the corner, replacing your roof ensures your home will be protected. SPRING AND SUMMER MAY HAVE WREAKED HAVOC- If your roof is getting old but […]

#GlenelgRoofers #RooferinMt.Airy

Even though we only have a couple pictures to post, it was a productive week. We worked until dark most days in this gorgeous fall weather. These CertainTeed shingles in Moire Black and Cobblestone Gray, look really sharp.        

Roofer in Ellicott City

Great new roofs this week were installed by DWM Roofing in Ellicott City, Columbia, and Sykesville. #ellicottcityroofer #roofersinsykesville #roofreplacementcolumbia      

CertainTeed Landmark Pro Maximum Definition Shingles

Seems to be the week for CertainTeed Landmark Pro Maximum Definition shingles! We’ve used them on these houses in Ellicott City and Sykesville.   CertainTeed Landmark PRO shingles provide the reliable quality of Landmark, along with greater durability and eye-catching Max Def colors. Engineered with two laminated layers to replicate the dimensional appearance of true […]

Exceptionally Alluring

Just a few of the alluring roofs we’ve completed this week. The weather has been very kind to us and has allowed us to get a myriad of new roofs installed. We’re looking forward to the weekend.

Working Around the Raindrops

It’s been a tricky weather week to schedule jobs around. It has rained here or there almost every day. We were able to get many new roofs installed, working around the raindrops. What happened to hot, dry August weather?