January 20, 2016
Sunshine Contracting has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to members of the local services marketplace and consumer review site in 2015. This is the fourth consecutive year that Sunshine Contracting has earned this honor from Angie’s List. Sunshine Contracting offers a wide array of exterior remodeling services for all of Northern Virginia and has been in business since 1993.
“We are honored to receive the Angie’s List Super Service award again this year,” said Ryan Sabo, President of Sunshine Contracting. “We work hard year round to provide our customers exceptional service, and this is a fantastic recognition for what we do. I am so proud of my staff for consistently doing a great job, day in and day out.” Read more
November 04, 2015
Within the current real estate market, many homeowners are becoming increasingly concerned with the values of their homes. Thankfully, there are a number of ways you can improve the value of your home, helping you secure a better return on your investment if you decide it’s time to sell.
At Sunshine Contracting, we have been helping homeowners in Northern Virginia increase home values through exterior remodels since 1993. We have the experience and the knowledge to assist you when you’re ready to take on a large, outdoor remodeling project. Read more
October 23, 2015
Northern Virginia winters can be beautiful. However, they’re not without several challenges, particularly for homeowners. When it comes to snow and ice, you should be especially mindful of your roof and stay on top of maintenance as the winter months approach. Let’s take a look at two winter-specific concerns that affect your roof and consider how Sunshine Contracting can help provide you with solutions.
You’ve likely heard of “ice dams,” pesky blocks of solid ice that accumulate in your gutters during deep freezes. In addition to damaging your gutters, ice dams can also force their way into your shingles and sheathing, punching holes in your roof and leaving you exposed to unwanted rodents and insects during the warmer months. There are a few home remedies that can help prevent ice dams, but to prevent future long-term issues, you’ll want to shore up your roofing system to keep ice out of your gutters. Read more
September 17, 2015
WOODBRIDGE, VA, September 17, 2015 – D.C. metropolitan area exterior contractor Sunshine Contracting Corporation was recently recognized as one of the top remodeling companies in North America. The exterior remodeling company is ranked #252 in Qualified Remodeler Magazine’s 2015 Top 500 Remodelers List. This year’s ranking marks an 81-spot improvement from 2014, when Sunshine Contracting held the #333 position.
Qualified Remodeler’s Top 500 list is the remodeling industry’s most prestigious ranking. Companies are selected based on a rigorous analysis by the Qualified Remodeler editorial staff and must meet a set of criteria including installed remodeling dollar volume, total years in the remodeling business, industry association membership, industry certification, industry awards and community service. It is the only third-party verified analysis of the financial performance in the remodeling industry. Read more
August 28, 2015
When you build a new house or remodel an existing one, you have many choices to make about the exterior finish. There are many elements to consider, all of which affect the look, feel and curb appeal of your home. Everything from individual taste and potential association covenants to the material and other characteristics such as color, dimension, texture, style and quality affect our decision.
The outside of a home is simultaneously both personal and public. Everyone, including you, sees it anytime they approach. Besides acting as the main, outdoor aesthetic of your home, the exterior finish also serves as the first line of defense against whatever Mother Nature unleashes. Read more
June 18, 2015
May 19, 2015
WOODBRIDGE, VA, May 19, 2015 — Sunshine Contracting, an exterior remodeling contractor in Woodbridge, VA, has been awarded a 2015 Guildmaster Award for exceptional customer service. GuildQuality, an independent customer satisfaction surveying company, has powered the Guildmaster Award since 2005 to celebrate service excellence in the building, remodeling, contracting, and home services professions.
Sunshine Contracting was selected as one of the over 300 North American builders, remodelers, and contractors recognized by GuildQuality for their superior delivery of customer care. Read more
March 27, 2015
As brisk temperatures, swirling winds, and outdoor elements come in contact with your home exterior, you can see visible damage to your siding during the spring time. Depending on how old your home’s siding is, its exposure to weathering can be much more than an eyesore. There is hidden damage that may not be visible, but there are still some telltale signs that you’ll experience. With the arrival of spring, we’ll be spending more time outdoors. As you are outside of your home, how can you determine when you need to replace your weathered siding?
Deterioration: Depending on the material of your home’s siding, the way it ages will vary. Vinyl, wood, fiber cement, and other composites will all see deterioration differently. When the siding starts to rot and deteriorate, you will see cracks in the materials, as well as gaps and waves. Plus, if you notice the siding is uneven or warped, you’ll know it’s time to think about having your siding replaced to protect your investment. Read more
March 05, 2015
Is Trex® made from recycled materials?
Trex® uses many recycled raw materials, making it an environmentally friendly product, one you can buy and use having the certainty that its manufacturing doesn’t have a negative impact on the planet. Read more
February 26, 2015
Let’s first take a look at the dangers. Snow accumulation is heavy, and with a mixture of sleet and freezing rain can add a great deal of weight—and pressure—to your roof. We’ve seen the residents of Boston have to shovel off their roofs to prevent collapsing due to the overwhelming winter they’re facing. The wetter the snowfall is, the heavier it weighs on your roof, and the more likely your structure and foundation is weakened.
So, how can you prevent roof damage in the winter? Read more