Adamstown Roof Repair and Storm Damage Restoration
Eastern Exteriors, LLC has been providing Adamstown, MD with roofing, storm restoration, solar, siding and windows for over 10 years with an A+ rating.
When you research our company, you’ll also find that we have hundreds of positive online reviews and an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. We’ve established our great reputation because we are 100% committed to providing you, the homeowner, with top-notch service during every phase of the project.
Why Choose Eastern Exteriors, LLC
Expert Roofing Contractors. Our professional roofing contractors have the proper safety training to ensure that they can safely and effectively carry out their work. This training includes learning how to safely use roofing equipment, how to properly install roofing materials, and how to identify and avoid potential hazards. By having this safety training, our professional roofing contractors can provide their customers with the peace of mind that their work will be carried out in a safe and efficient manner.
Better Quality Materials. It’s no secret that professional roofing contractors have access to better quality materials than the average homeowner. This is because we have relationships with manufacturers and distributors. We often have access to materials that are not available to the general public. This means that we can provide a higher quality roof for your home that will last longer and look better.
Workmanship You Can Trust. Eastern Exterirors, LLC will provide you with a high quality roof that will last for many years. We stand behind our workmanship. Our customers appreciate that their roof is in good hands.
Up-Front Prices. At Eastern Exteriors, LLC, there are no surprises. We provide you with a firm price for the work up front. If we missed anything during the quote, we still do the work—but at no charge to you. We also guarantee that, apples to apples, no one beats our prices for similar products and warranties.
Service That’s Personal. We strive to make your experience easy, pleasant, and free from stress. It’s why we have Adamstown’s friendliest roofing, storm restoration, solar, siding and windows company in the area. It’s why we leave your home cleaner than before we arrived. And it’s why we guarantee to show up on time or your service is free.
Eastern Exteriors, LLC
2502 Urbana Pike, Ijamsville, MD 21754
Phone: (301) 520-1882
About Adamstown, MD
Adamstown is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Frederick County, Maryland, United States. It is named for Adam Kohlenberg , a station agent and first town merchant who owned much of present-day Adamstown. According to the 2010 census, the Adamstown CDP had a population of 2,372.
Roof Repair & Roof Replacement
When it comes to choosing a local roofing contractor for your new roof installation or roof replacement, always turn to a licensed roofing contractor you can trust. Our team of dedicated professionals is here to provide the protection you need from Maryland storms and the sun.
IIt can be difficult to determine when you should call Eastern Exteriors LLC of Maryland for a free estimate for repair or replacement. We are here to help, no matter the situation.
Storm Restoration in Adamstown
Your home is probably your most substantial investment. Our storm roof damage contractors want to help you protect it by catching even bigger potential catastrophes before they happen. After an unrelenting storm, it’s best to have expert roofing contractors assess the wind damage to the roof for repair and replacement.
Adamstown Solar Panel Installers
Save energy, while saving money. Switching over to solar can save you money long term while increasing the value of your home.
Going solar may seem like a daunting task, but our team has made the process seamless and simple. Our installers are the best in the industry with over 10 years of experience. We handle all of the design process and permitting so your transition is stress-free.
Siding Contractors in Adamstown
Quality materials and quality service are what you can always expect from Eastern Exteriors LLC. Our team of expert roofing and siding contractors will get the repair or replacement job done right—the first time. A fully secure installation will help avoid unnecessary siding repairs in the future.
Adamstown Windows Repair and Replacement
Eastern Exteriors LLC wants to make the process of having new windows installed as painless as possible. Our knowledgeable team will assist you in making the best choice for window replacement or installation. Our window installation contractors will take care of every detail from the initial phone call for a free inspection to a full clean-up afterward.
History of Adamstown, MD
Adamstown lies in the fertile valley between Sugarloaf and Catoctin Mountain on the former Carrollton Manor, a 17,000-acre estate originally owned by Charles Carroll of Carrollton. Until 2000, it was a little-altered representative of mid-19th century linear town planning. It is significant in architecture for its variety of structures, including residential, commercial, industrial, educational, agricultural, and religious buildings. The late 18th century road from Jefferson to Greenfield Mills on the Monocacy River, originally called the Bridal Road, followed the route of the present-day Mountville Road. The 1832 arrival of the railroad to the manor created the economic and transportation impetus for the development of the community.
Adamstown was first known as “Davis’ Warehouse” because Dr. Meredith Davis, a leading Quaker county miller, built a warehouse about 1835 where Mountville Road, by then called Jefferson Road, crossed the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad to store flour from his Greenfield Mills. The first settler in Adamstown was Robert Palmer, an African American “post and railer” who also ran a general store around 1835. In 1840 when Adam Kohlenburg was appointed the first B&O railway agent, the community became known as “Adamstown”, after his given name. He was also the first postmaster and ran a general store located in the lot between his brick Italianate-style home and the railroad. Edward Hebb laid off lots on the north side of the railroad in the 1840s. Daniel Rhodes of Pennsylvania, the first white settler, was so impressed with the location, he bought a tract of land and laid it off into 12 building lots on the south side of the railroad in 1856.
Adamstown located so close to the Potomac River and Virginia, its citizens were almost exclusively loyal to the South during the Civil War; however, both Federal and Confederate troops were constantly moving on Carrollton Manor. For several months in the spring of 1861, the Minute Men of Adamstown, a secession militia company composed of three officers (Captain Robert H. E. Boteler, 1st Lieutenant Jacob G. Thomas, and 2nd Lieutenant William Hilleary Johnson, all local doctors) planted a pole and flew the Confederate flag adjacent to their guard post next to the B&O railroad. Many skirmishes in the war were fought here and the town was often raided, most notoriously by the 43rd Battalion Virginia Cavalry, also known as Mosby’s Rangers, on July 30 and October 14, 1864. On one of these raids, Adam Kohlenburg’s entire stock was taken. Local folklore holds that one family had a son fighting for the North and one fighting for the South.