The homeowners chose Marshall Exteriors to replaced 25 windows with white Energy Star rated vinyl VWD Double Hungs.
This once leaky, flat porch roof has been brought back to life with the help of the experts at Marshall Exteriors. The failing 500 sq. ft. of roofing materials were removed and the structure of the roof was rebuilt using appropriate materials. To aid the channeling of the water off the roof, new drip edge, flashing, downspouts, and seamless gutters were installed. To bring the porch ceiling back to life, all of the existing wood was removed. The structure was reframed and beaded pine stained and polyurethane was installed. New crown molding was added to increase the value and aesthetics of this newly renovated porch.
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If you're looking for an exterior contractor that you can trust in the Wayne County area, look no further than Marshall Exteriors.
Roof repair is our specialty and our pros know the right solution for nearly any roofing problem, such as:
If you believe your roof is damaged, you shouldn't wait to have it inspected. By repairing your roof as soon as possible, you can prevent further damages that might not be covered under your insurance policy.
If it's time for a roof replacement, you need a quality roofing system and professional installation. Luckily, Marshall Exteriors is experienced in the installation of a variety of roofing types, including asphalt shingle and metal roofing. We are fully-insured and licensed, along with being a factory-certified GAF Master Elite contractor.
During your in-home consultation, our pros will discuss all the different options we offer and recommend a custom solution for your home and budget.
If you are looking to finish your basement, Marshall Exteriors has the professionals you can count on to provide you with the perfect solution. When it comes to basement finishing, most home improvement contractors will install organic materials in your basement (wood floors, studs, drywall, ceilings).
The problem that arises due to this is that organic material rots when moisture is present. If there is a leak from melting snow, a damaged water heater or burst pipe you lose your finished basement. However, Marshall Exteriors works with unique inorganic materials that are designed to keep your basement dry through every season, including:
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Homeowner, Pat, called us because there were high winds the evening before, and the fascia was pulled away from the soffit on the garage. Adam went out the following day with the needed materials and re-attached the fascia. Pat was happy to not have to replace parts but to only have a repair.
Karen originally called to discuss new Vinyl siding. Her existing siding was faded and actually turned colors from the sunlight. As part of her siding project, we decided it would be smart to replace the windows and her patio door. Quality and maintaining her wood decor was important so we helped her find Integrity Marvin windows and a Marvin Patio door with wood grain interior.
The homeowner will see reduced utility bills in the upcoming years. She decided to insulate her attic with both Rigid Foam and Blown In Cellulose. The Marshall Exteriors crew was able to access the unused attic space by creating an access hatch and building a curb to prevent spill through of the cellulose insulation if hatch is opened in the future.
Homeowners in Ontario N.Y. had 10 inches of blown-in Cellulose insulation put into the space above the garage to achieve an R-Value of 38. The R-Value of the insulation is important to this homeowner because he knows that the closer it is to the recommended value of 38 the more comfortable he will be in his home year-round.
This customer called because she was tired of the 2nd floor of her home being uncomfortable. She explained that it was cold in winter and hot in summer. Before the crew could add blown in cellulose insulation, they needed to cut a new access hatch in a closet and trim it out so there was no barrier to this space in the future. 10 inches of cellulose insulation was added to the existing insulation to achieve NYS building code R value of 49.
Most of the old Lincoln windows in this home had seal failures years ago that were never tended to. The result was a loss of daylight through the entire house. Buy selecting three styles of VWD windows the unique look of the windows remained. The new-construction style windows provided a sound structure for the new windows to be secured onto the house in. The homeowner indicated that he wants to have the house sided in the spring and the new-construction windows have a beautiful exterior that siding will install directly behind. This feature removes the need for exterior window wraps.
This homeowner wanted to have an energy assessment done on the home after reading a Linkedin article on Thermal Imaging written by Marshall Exteriors team member, Anthony Natale. A Marshall Exteriors Estimator went to the home and completed an assessment of all the floors, walls, windows, ceiling, basement, attic, and roof. The Thermal Imaging camera confirmed the homeowners suspicions of air leaks. The homeowner chose to start his project by spray foaming the sill plates in the basement to prevent heat from escaping and cool air entering. The homeowner then had the roof replaced with GAF Timberline HD shingles to prevent any further moisture from getting in. To further insure that the home is well protected, the single pane basement windows were replaced with fixed glass block windows. Lastly 25 VWD windows insulated with Low E & Argon were installed throughout the home.
After seeing Marshall Exteriors trucks and visiting the booth at the Rochester Home and Garden Show these homeowners decided it was time to protect their home by replacing the 25 year old roof with a new one. A New GAF Timberline High Definition shingles in Shakerwood color. To provide support for the shingles, and to protect against a broad range of weather conditions, 222 feet of brown aluminum drip edge was installed. For further protection from the elements the homeowners added all new gutters and downspouts in dark brown color.
This homeowner contacted Marshall Exteriors looking to have partial roof repair and to replace an old entry door. Anthony, one of our estimators used Thermal Imaging to detect moisture beneath the shingles of the home. The homeowner decided it was time to update their home with a new roof. New GAF Timberline shingles in Barkwood color replaced the existing 2100 sq. ft. of shingles. The homeowner chose a Milliken fiberglass door for its maintenance free quality, durability and curb appeal.
This cottage on the lake is a haven for relaxation and enjoyment. The homeowner contacted Marshall Exteriors because they noticed that they were experiencing some leaking from the skylight. Adam, one of our estimators, recommended a custom fixed skylight. Our expert crew removed the existing skylight and replaced it with a Velux Fixed Skylight. The fixed skylight has a streamlined exterior profile that does not obstruct the roofline, while providing the interior of the home with a lots of natural light.
This homeowner was looking to update his old Masonite, wide plank siding with a Dutch lap profile siding to give the home’s exterior an appealing aesthetic quality. The Marshall Exteriors siding crew wrapped the home with. CertainTeed Dutch lap vinyl siding in Flagstone color. New white soffits were added on all roof overhangs. The soffit seals the home as well as providing ventilation to the attic space.
This homeowner was looking to repair a 12-year-old roof on their home and attached sunroom. After meeting with the estimator, Anthony, they decided that it made most sense to replace the entire roof. The Marshall Exteriors roofing crew installed an Allmetal Works roof in Forest Green color to match their existing car port’s metal roof. Snow rails were installed over the front door and driveway to protect their family and property from failing snow.
This homeowner knew it was time to replace the weathered deck when she found herself working hard to remove mold every spring. She decided she wasn’t going to do it this spring. She wanted a a durable and low maintenance product. The Marshall Exteriors carpentry crew expertly installed new Timbertech composite decking that is resistant to the elements and everyday accidents. CertainTeed Kingston railings in white were installed to enhance the deck visually as well as provided support.
These homeowners called Marshall Exteriors after a major wind storm tore a lot of shingles off their roof. The Marshall Exteriors roofing crew installed 2768 sq. ft. of GAF Timberline shingles in Charcoal color. New gutters and downspouts were added to the home allowing for the proper drainage of rain water.
After seeing the transformation of the neighbors siding project this homeowners decided that it was time to update their beautiful Newark home.The Marshall Exteriors siding crew wrapped the home with 2300 sq. ft. of CertainTeed vinyl siding in Hearthstone color. New trim was added to accent the windows, doors and fascia in a Heritage Cream color. To add a mixture of texture and pop of color, scallop details were added to the gables in a white color.
After having all of the windows replaced in the home, the homeowner wanted to accent the front windows somehow. To give the home eye-catching curb appeal CertainTeed Exterior Crown Molding was installed. The new trim now highlights the garage door, 2 front double windows and 1 side dining room window.
Every project is important to Marshall Exteriors. A homeowner in Rose saw that the water was pouring down his home instead of being channeled properly away from the house. The Marshall Exteriors gutter crew quickly and expertly removed the existing plastic gutters and replaced them with 6" seamless aluminum gutters and downspouts. The gutters were hung with hidden roof hangers for a more appealing look.
These homeowners contacted Marshall Exteriors looking to replace their barn roof. They called Marshall Exteriors because a roof had previously been installed on their home by Marshall Exteriors a few years ago. For the barn, they chose to have the shingle roof removed and replaced with Allmetal Works roof in a ‘cocoa brown’ color to match the house.
These homeowners called Marshall Exteriors after a major storm. A tree fell onto their home and damaged the siding, gutters and roof. The Marshall Exteriors roofing crew installed 2400 sq. ft. of GAF Timberline shingles in Hickory color. Because of the storm, 2 Velux skylights were replaced. Lastly, new seamless gutters in Sand Clay color were installed on the south side of the home where the tree hit to funnel water off the roof and away from the home.
The homeowners knew it was time to replace the French door and the deck on the back of their beloved home. The wood, and more importantly the support beams, began to rot and made using the deck unsafe. The Marshall Exteriors crew demolished the existing deck and built this new, safe deck with pressure treated wood. A beautiful new Integrity sliding glass door replaced the rotting, broken French door leading out to the deck.
This homeowner decided it was time to protect their home with a new roof. The Marshall Exteriors roofing crew’s first step was to remove a chimney that was no longer in use. Then, new GAF Timberline shingles in ‘Charcoal’ color replaced the 1752 sq. ft. of failing shingles that once covered this house. The homeowner protected the investment with a GAF Lifetime Golden Pledge warranty protecting not only the materials but the workmanship as well.
The homeowner decided that it was time to update their beautiful home in Sodus, NY with a new roof and gutters all around the house. The Marshall Exteriors roofing crew replaced 2102 sq. ft. of old shingles with new GAF Timberline shingles. Seamless gutters were installed to properly direct water off the roof and away from the foundation of the house.
While driving to “Apple Country” this fall you may pass this beautiful 1800’s farm house. The recent update included installation of low maintenance siding. The Marshall Exteriors siding crew wrapped the home with 3300 sq. ft. of CertainTeed vinyl siding in ‘Flagstone’ deluxe color. To add dimension, soffits, fascia and trim were added in a ‘white’ color. The windows were a challenge for the siding crerw as the old style storm windows had to be precisely measured and each window received custom sized metal wraps that would protect the home from the elements outside. New seamless gutters and downspouts were expertly installed to channel water away from the new siding.
Helping this homeowner update her home was a great project for the Marshall Exteriors siding crew. Leading the crew, Chad decided where the best start was to ensure that the lines of the new siding were straight. Once that was completed, the crew wrapped the home in foam board securing it from the elements and preparing it to receive its new siding. The CertainTeed siding in ‘Flagstone’ color fits the feel of the home perfectly.
This homeowner called Marshall Exteriors after wind tore many shingles off of their roof and siding off the house. The Project Estimator Anthony, worked with the homeowner and her insurance company to get the damages covered. The Marshall Exteriors roofing crew replaced 1600 sq. ft. with GAF Timberline shingles. The siding was replaced with 400 sq. ft. Alside Pelican Bay Cedar Shakes in ‘midnight blue’ color on the face of the garage and the front north end of the house.
The first step these homeowners took in updating their old farm house was to replace the roof. The Marshall Exteriors roofing crew replaced 2266 sq. ft. of shingles with GAF Timberline shingles in an American Harvest ‘‘midnight blush’color. To further protect their investment, they chose a GAF Lifetime Golden Pledge warranty to cover any manufacturing defects and workmanship needs.
The homeowners called the experts at Marshall Exteriors to update their 1970’s home. The original windows were not energy efficient causing their utility bills to skyrocket. The first step was to replace the old drafty windows with 14 new VWD windows. These windows have a Lifetime Warranty that protect their investment. With the windows in place the house is ready for the new Dutch Lap style CertainTeed vinyl siding.
The homeowner was looking for a way to preserve the lifespan of her beautiful exterior door. The Marshall Exteriors crew installed a new custom sized Provia Deluxe Storm Door. The door serves as a shield against the battle of the elements throughout the year, keeping the primary door intact longer and helping the energy-efficiency in the home.
Over time, the performance of the previous windows started to fail. When this happened, moisture began to form and rot became apparent along the sill. The Marshall Exteriors window crew removed an existing three windows and installed new VWD double hung replacement windows. All three of the new windows offered a higher energy efficiency with Low E & Argon between the panes of glass. Now the homeowners can enjoy the comfort of their beautiful room.
The homeowners knew it was time to update the old drafty windows in their home. The Marshall Exteriors window crew installed 8 vinyl replacement windows with VWD, Low E & Argon filled windows creating a more energy efficient solution than the old single pane wood framed windows. The homeowners chose colonial contoured interior grids to keep with the charm of this 1900’s home.
Because this old exterior door was not keeping the weather out any longer it needed to be replaced. The door crew at Marshall Exteriors removed the existing trim, frame and door. Once the area was cleaned and prepped the new frame was installed making sure the seal was tight and that the swing was perfect.
The homeowner was looking to secure his home from the Upstate, NY elements. The Marshall Exteriors crew installed 2 Provia Deluxe Storm doors in ‘Enzian Blue’ color with nickel hardware. These beautiful blue doors continue the blue theme of the home, most importantly will help the energy-efficiency in the home.
The homeowner called the experts at Marshall Exteriors to help update her windows and doors. The old windows and doors became difficult to use and were no longer energy efficient. The window crew first replaced 3 windows with VWD replacement windows with Low E film & Argon gas between the panes creating a more energy efficient solution. Next step was to give the homeowner functional doors. Two Milliken fiberglass entry doors in ‘burgundy’ color were chosen for their durability and strength. A Provia Storm door was installed on the front entry door to protect the beautiful new entry door from the elements.
This homeowner contacted Marshall Exteriors after noticing a crack in his beautiful bay window. The project estimator, Dennis, determined the entire window would have to be replaced because it’s not as easy as just replacing the panes of glass. The Marshall Exteriors window crew installed a bow style, energy star rated, VWD window with Low E & Argon creating a more energy efficient window.
As part of the natural upkeep of a farm, new roofs are required. The owners contacted Marshall Exteriors looking to replace the old metal roof over a barn office. The Marshall Exteriors roofing crew removed the old metal roof and expertly installed the new metal roof in ‘slate gray’ color. New fascia completes the project to give the roof line a clean finished look.
The homeowners knew it was time to act when they noticed several water spots on their ceiling. A Marshall Exteriors estimator, Anthony, used Thermal Imaging to detect moisture beneath the shingles of the home in multiple areas. The homeowners decided it was time to update and protect their home with a new roof. To provide a secure dry surface for the new shingles, the decking was replaced as well. New GAF Timberline shingles in ‘shakewood’ color replaced the existing 2105 sq. ft. of shingles. To further protect their investment, they chose a GAF Lifetime System plus warranty.
After being referred by the owner of this home https://goo.gl/LFmYBq the homeowner called Marshall Exteriors to help update the windows in her home. The old windows became difficult to use and were no longer energy efficient. The window crew replaced 17 windows with VWD replacement with Low E film and Argon gas between the panes creating a more energy efficient solution. The homeowners chose colonial contoured interior grids adding charm to the exterior of the home.
After adding, a new screen room to the fron porch, the homeowners decided it was time to update their beautiful home in Newark, NY with a new roof and gutters. The Marshall Exteriors roofing crew replaced 2800 sq. ft. of old shingles with new GAF Timberline shingles in 'charcoal' color. A GAF Lifetime system plus warranty protects their investment for many years to come. To complete the job new seamless gutters were installed to properly direct water off the roof and away from the foundation of the house.
The homeowners contacted Marshall Exteriors with the concern of a steady drip coming through their kitchen cabinet. Adam, the project estimator, found that the attic was not properly insulated causing ice damming along the edge of the home. The best solution for this situation was to control the heat loss from the home with insulation. The Marshall Exteriors crew installed 2-inch-thick SilverGglo insulation that provides a high R-Value. Peace of mind has been restored to the homeowners knowing that their home is more energy efficient and that their home won’t be damaged by ice damming in the winter.
The homeowners wanted to update the old drafty windows and replace the dull siding on their home. The Marshall Exteriors window crew installed 17 replacement windows with VWD, Low E & Argon filled windows creating a more energy efficient solution. The homeowners chose colonial contoured interior grids to keep with the charm of their home. With the windows in place, the house is now ready for the new siding.
The homeowners called the experts at Marshall Exteriors to help them create a comfortable outdoor living space. The best solution was a Betterliving Retractable Awning to give the homeowners a cool comfortable place.
The homeowners chose an 18-foot awning that projects out 8 feet and is controlled with a memory setting and automatic retraction should the weather turn.
The homeowners knew it was time to update the old drafty windows and wanted to replace the faded siding on their home. The Marshall Exteriors window crew installed 17 replacement windows with VWD, Low E & Argon filled windows creating a more energy efficient solution. The homeowners chose colonial contoured interior grids to keep with the charm of their home. With the windows in place the house is now ready for the new siding.
The homeowners stopped into the Marshall Exteriors showroom to get help creating a comfortable outdoor space on their deck.
The best solution was to give the homeowners the most shade possible with a new Betterliving Retractable Awning. The homeowner chose a 14-foot awning that projects 11.6 feet and is controlled remotely with a memory setting and automatic retraction should the weather turn.
The homeowners contacted Marshall Exteriors after discovering a crack in their large bay window. The project estimator, Josh, determined the entire window would have to be replaced. Some windows are easy to replace a sash or pane but some windows, like this one, it’s not that easy. Because of the sheer size of the window, when open things happen other parts of the window or area are susceptible for damage.
This was the case with this window. The “seat” of the window space was beginning to rot because water was leaking in. The best choice for this home was to replace the whole window. The Marshall Exteriors window crew installed a new bay window, energy star rated, VWD window with Low E & Argon creating a more energy efficient window.
It was decided by the homeowner it was time to replace his bow window after rocks damaged areas of the exterior. The Marshall Exteriors window crew expertly installed a new bay window with Low E & Argon filled window creating a more energy efficient solution. With the window in place the crew finished with interior and exterior trim.
The homeowner called the experts at Marshall Exteriors for a low maintenance solution for his soffit and fascia. The crew installed 278 linear feet of Vinyl Soffit along all upper eaves and 278 linear feet of aluminum fascia. To complete the project new seamless gutters were installed to channel water away from the house.
A major wind storm tore many shingles off the roof of this lovely home. The Project Estimator worked with the homeowners and their insurance company to get the damages covered. Because of the missing shingles, the plywood was exposed to the elements for too long. The plywood needed to be replaced before the 3155 sq. ft. of new GAF Timberline shingles in 'charcoal' color could be installed. A GAF Lifetime system plus warranty protects their investment for many years to come. To complete the job new seamless gutters were installed to properly direct water off the roof and away from the foundationof the hosue.
The homeowner contacted Marshall Exteriors looking to replace her leaky roof. Because the roof had several layers of shingles a complete tear off was required. New sheathing was installed making for a sturdy smooth base for the 1400 sq. ft. of new GAF Timberline shingles in 'charcoal' color. A GAF Lifetime warranty further protects the homeowner's investment.
The homeowners called Marshall Exteriors to help update their large bow window in the kitchen. The old window showed signs of seal failure causing the window to be drafty and no longer energy efficient. The window crew expertly installed a new bow window with tinted glass to give the homeowners more privacy and increase the energy efficiency of the home.
The homeowner contacted Marshall Exteriors after a powerful wind storm broke three windows in the attic of the home. The homeowner chose to replace all 9 windows in the attic with VWD replacement windows with Low E film and Argon gas creating a more energy efficient space with the new windows. To complete the project, white aluminum trim was wrapped around the exterior of the windows providing protection from the elements.
East Palmyra homeowners stopped into the Marshall Exteriors showroom to get help creating a comfortable outdoor space on their deck. The best solution was to give the homeowners the most shade possible with a new Betterliving Retractable Awning. The homeowner chose a 14-foot awning that projects 11.6 feet and is controlled remotely with a memory setting and automatic retraction should the weather turn.
The homeowner called the experts at Marshall Exteriors to help replace a large window that was originally installed when the home built in 1970. The single pane window theme was reoccurring throughout the home and was not energy efficient. The homeowner chose to replace nine windows with new VWD replacement windows with Low E and Argon gas between the double pane frame. The Argon gas in combination with the Low E film provides an energy efficient solution. These windows have a Lifetime Warranty that protects the homeowner’s investment.
The homeowners wanted to update the old drafty windows in their home. The Marshall Exteriors window crew installed seven windows with VWD replacement windows that have Low E film and Argon gas creating a more energy efficient solution. The new windows will provide a lifetime of protection against the elements helping to lower their energy bill.
The homeowners contacted Marshall Exteriors for help replacing their old drafty front entrance door. To give the home some privacy but still allow natural light to enter the home, a Milliken entry door with bright zinc glass was chosen. The stained dark walnut finish complements the exterior color of the house. And to further protect the home from the Upstate, NY elements a Provia Storm door was installed.
The homeowners contacted Marshall Exteriors because they noticed that they were experiencing cold drafts through the current windows in their family room. The window crew replaced 6 windows with VWD replacement windows with Low E film & Argon gas between the panes creating a more energy efficient solution.