It was definitely not the best week weather-wise, for installing new roofs. We are trying to get to everyone but Mother Nature sure is not cooperating with us. This is getting old but we’re trying to make the best of it. Thanks AGAIN to all of our amazing clients for understanding we can’t control the […]
What a week- yuck! Here are a few houses we completed between raindrops (and torrential downpours!) Thanks again to all our amazing clients for your patience and understanding that we can’t control the weather.
Busy week and lots of new roofs. Not loving the upcoming forecast. We have not had the best weather this spring and summer, for sure. We’re giving it our best!
We’re happy to report that we have lost no days to inclement weather this week. It’s a good feeling to be able to get so many roofs installed for our amazing customers who have been patiently standing by on our waiting list. Lots of new roofs, lots of happy clients- life is good! […]
Sykesville, Woodbine, Mt. Airy, repeat; we’ve been in those towns lots over the past week. New roofs are looking great!
This weather, right? Loving it. We have been busy and it’s great! Here are just a few of the roofs we’ve installed this week in Sykesville, Ellicott City, Glenwood, and Mt. Airy!
It’s raining today but that didn’t keep us from installing lots of new roofs this week. If you’re near Ellicott City, Finksburg, Sykesville or Mt. Airy, look for our DWM Roofing signs and check out the gorgeous roofs! #carrollcounty #ellicottcity
With all the rain we’ve been experiencing lately, it was a wonderful thing to only lose 1 day this week to rain! We are busy, our customers are happy, and we LOVE it!
5 days. In a row. No rain! No way!! We were able to get lots of new roofs installed this week! From Frederick, Sykesville, Columbia, Woodbine, Ellicott City, and Clarksville, there are new roofs are on! It’s been a great week.
We appreciate the understanding and patience of all our clients. This rain is difficult for all of us. We were able to get a few roofs installed in Woodbine, Laurel, Sykesville, and Elkridge, between the never ending raindrops this week.