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View Our Stunning Transformations

When it comes to renovations, seeing is believing. To demonstrate the range of what we can do, we're featuring some of our best residential and commercial work. You can get the beautiful, updated look you desire with professional exterior renovations from Exterior Medics. Explore the before and after photos for some of our past projects and be inspired!

The Hampton Project

Through the Panes:  A Window Project Unveiled

When Dan Hampton purchased his house, he was well aware that the windows would require attention sooner rather than later. Dealing with functional yet subpar builder-grade windows, Dan sought an upgrade not just for efficiency but also for the aesthetics and functionality of his home. Enter Exterior Medics, a local company that would not only meet but exceed Dan's expectations.

The Lindsey Project

A Need for A Personal Touch

In the charm of a 1950s split-level house, Chris Lindsey discovered more than just a residence; it became the canvas for a transformative vision. This is the story of a home that underwent a remarkable metamorphosis, thanks to the expertise of Exterior Medics.

The Bouza Project

A Need for A Personal Touch

When Amanda and Joe Bouza found their dream house, they were thrilled with its turnkey readiness. However, the exterior lacked the personal touch they envisioned. Determined to infuse their personality into their new home, they embarked on a journey with Exterior Medics to transform their house into a stunning reflection of their style and preferences.

Sentry Ridge

Setting the Stage for Success

With our extensive experience in addressing water entry concerns, we knew we were the ideal choice for this project. Our knowledgeable team thoroughly assessed the buildings, developed a detailed plan, and initiated clear communication with the community. Our focus on timing and minimizing inconvenience ensures a streamlined process for residents.

The Gables

Ensuring Resident Safety and Satisfaction

Safety was paramount throughout the project. To ensure a successful outcome, we established a dedicated onsite management team, including an assistant manager, to oversee the project's various components. Additionally, our community coordinators worked closely with the property manager, engineer, and affected residents to facilitate clear and consistent communication. We understood the importance of keeping everyone informed and addressing any concerns promptly.

The Alonso Project

Unleashing Architectural Potential: A Shared Passion for Excellence

When two entities driven by a shared passion for their crafts join forces, remarkable things happen. Exterior Medics, with their extensive experience in both residential and commercial projects, perfectly complements the Alonso's architectural expertise.

The Peacock Project

A First Impression That Lasted

Michael Peacock's journey with Exterior Medics began in 2010 when he decided to hire the young and enthusiastic company to install a cedar shingle roof on his home. From the start, he was impressed by the owners, Joe and Mark, who were eager to prove themselves and stand behind their work. With a whole crew in tow, Exterior Medics quickly and efficiently completed the installation project.

The Pierce Project

The Road to a Dry and Happy Home

Growing up in Fairfax, Virginia, Courtney Pierce had a special connection to the home she eventually purchased - it was just two houses down from where she was raised. As a young DIY enthusiast, she was excited to tackle various home improvement projects but quickly realized there were some areas she was better off leaving to the professionals. One such area was the roof of her home, which was constantly leaking and in need of repair.

The South Shore Harbor Project

Upgrading the Resident Experience

South Shore Harbor is a cozy creekside community in Germantown, Maryland. With its idyllic location, it offers residents a peaceful place to call home. To ensure the property delivered on its promise to best serve their residents, the time had come to make some much-needed upgrades. The original scope called for replacing the siding in the breezeways. Over time, the old breezeways in the community had become old and tattered, with flashing that was in dire need of replacement. The hangers on the stairs had grown corroded and needed to be replaced. In addition, the community wanted to begin the transition from vinyl to James Hardie siding, knowing that it would be a sound long-term investment.

The Sander’s Mill Project

It Would Be Their Largest Project to Date

Sander’s Mill is a close-knit community that many residents have called home for years, with a good portion having lived there since it was first built. The property management company is responsible for maintenance for its 24 buildings and 96 condos. So when there are clear issues with the exterior, not only does this affect the residents, but it also affects the resale value of units. If properties aren’t selling, then value is going down, and everyone loses.

The Stratford Place Project

Making Old New Again

Water intrusion from inadequate flashing was just the beginning for Stratford Place. It prompted them to begin the search for a contractor, but they would soon realize that the project would require many moving parts. After reaching out to Exterior Medics, we met with the community’s board members to see what was needed and discuss the scope.

The Courtbridge II Project

Fixing Unsafe Balconies

Courtbridge of Arlington is a small, quiet community surrounded by nature and close to multiple amenities. Built in 1982, it is well-established, but this longevity also means that maintenance is important in keeping the community updated.

With nine buildings and 58 total units, the project was already shaping up to be a large one from the start. The balconies and decks on the units needed major rehabilitation. In most cases, due to structural issues, they would need to be torn down and rebuilt.

The Brown Project

Roof Leaks Brought on By Storms

Jeri Brown and her son Dale are happy to call Woodbridge home. After being raised in the area, Jeri decided to stay and make roots for her family. Her beautiful home has provided a sanctuary for her over the years. So when several rounds of heavy rain storms caused her roof to leak, she found that some of her comfort was taken away.

Jeri could see a spot forming on the ceiling in her bedroom. Because of the storm, she knew she had to get insurance involved to get her roof taken care of. However, accomplishing that was easier said than done. She needed professionals to help her navigate the claim process; someone who was used to dealing with insurance companies.

The Su Project

A Leak Caused By Solar Panels

Eastor Su wanted an easier commute to her job in Washington, D.C. Living in Alexandria provided an ideal solution: the picturesque town is cited as one of the best places to live in Virginia. Eastor was thrilled to find the perfect home for her. However, when the roof began leaking, her new sanctuary was at risk of becoming an expensive problem. As she dug further into the issue, she realized that an improper installation of her neighbor’s solar panels was to blame for the leak. At that point, water had been leaking in for about five years, and the damage to the interior had already taken root.

It was time to call a professional to fix the issue.

The Derbes Project

Leaking Windows Led to Staining

Originally from Baton Rouge, LA, the Derbes family has called Alexandria, Virginia home for around ten years. After a decade of living in the home—with windows that had been installed years prior—the family wasn’t surprised to discover that a few windows had sprung leaks. It began with water trickling down the wall underneath the windows in the master bedroom, creating drywall discoloration that ran from the sill to the baseboard.

Dan Derbes knew that the time had come to replace the home’s windows, which set off his search for a professional solution.

The Specht Project

Fixing A Forever Home

The Spechts first bought their home 25 years ago. Over time, natural aging and weathering had led to exterior deterioration. The Spechts knew the day had come to take care of a few repairs. A bit of rot had shown up on the trim of some windows and doors, and the family figured their home would need a small refresh to fix these visible issues. After a few unpleasant experiences with contractors in the past, the Spechts knew the importance of hiring the right person for the job. They wanted a company who could do work that would last. This led them to Exterior Medics.

The Stone Project

A Mysterious Leak

After a major storm passed through and scattered debris, Richard Stone noticed a leak had sprung in his bathroom ceiling. The leak started slowly, but when the family noticed the lights blinking, they knew it was time to call in a professional. Multiple calls to other contractors produced no results—no one seemed able to determine where the leak was coming from. With no straightforward answers and no clear path forward, the Stone family was stuck, with no workable solution to move them forward..

The Dean Project

A Leaky Situation

When the Deans initially bought their home, they knew it would need some work down the line. But the fixer upper had plenty to offer their family. They purchased the home, planning to take care of issues as they appeared. While some problems don’t need to be solved right away, others are harder to ignore. The Deans needed to address their leaking roof before it caused further damage.

The Aikman Project

Something Wasn’t Quite Right

Born in the D.C. area, the Aikmans were returning after years away. They found a 200-year-old farmhouse they fell in love with and chose to call it home. It wasn’t long before they began to notice some issues with the exterior that didn’t seem quite right. It started with concerns about the gutter system and expanded from there. They wanted to get the envelope of the house inspected by a professional to identify potential problems, so the Aikmans enlisted Exterior Medics to help.

The Langenwalter Project

Time for New Siding

The Lagenwalters loved their home of 25 years, but they recognized that their original aluminum siding was nearing the end of its lifespan. Over time, it has given way to damage, with visible buckling and denting. They discovered that their old siding was not only looking worn, but it was also causing some leaking into their home. Seeking a solution, the Lagenwalters began their search for a company who could help.

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Satisfied with the entire process, start to finish. Everyone that we worked with was professional and accessible. We will absolutely do business with Exterior Medics again.

by-Paul Holeva

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