Small Exterior Repair Services
Our service department is standing by to help with:
Full Exterior Replacements or Installations
Our experts are ready to answer any questions:
New Roof Install
Major Storm Damage
Porches & Porticos
For six consecutive years, Fichtner Services has been named “Best Roofing” company in Annapolis, Maryland.
We’re proud of this achievement and the reputation we’ve built over the last two decades as one of the leading contractors in Maryland for exterior home improvements.
Fichtner Services offers complete services for roofing, siding, windows & doors, and gutters. We are the company you can trust for quick response, quality craftsmanship, reasonable pricing and steadfast respect for homeowners and their homes.
Our headquarters are in Odenton, Maryland, just outside of Annapolis and Baltimore. Fichtner Services offers roofing and exterior home improvement services for builders and homeowners throughout Central Maryland, Southern Maryland and the Eastern Shore. Our service area includes: Annapolis, Arnold, Baltimore, Bel Air, Bowie, California, Columbia, Crofton, Davidsonville, Edgewater, Ellicot City, Gaithersburg, Glen Burnie, Harwood, Pasadena, Shady Side, Severna Park, Timonium, and the surrounding areas.
6 EXPERT SIGNS YOUR
ROOF NEEDS REPLACING
It is vital to know the tell-tale warning signs of a roof that’s at the end of its run. If you experience any of the following issues, it’s more than likely that your roof needs major repairs or a total replacement.
This may sound like a bad thing, but when you have a team of trusted roofing experts like you’ll find at Fichtner Services working with you to find an affordable and stress-free solution, taking care of any roofing problems you might have is a breeze.Learn more
BEFORE & AFTER PROJECTS
Click and move slider to interact with the photos below:
"Friend in Need"
We recently completed a metal roof replacement at beautiful “Friend in Need” House in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Boyds, a rural town near the intersection of state routes 117 and 121 in Montgomery County was named for Col. James Alexander Boyd, a Scottish immigrant who worked as a construction engineer for the B & O railroad. Boyd built temporary housing for the workers as the railroad was building the Metropolitan Branch line after the Civil War. The railroad began service in 1870 making the area accessible to Washingtonians. James Boyd established dairy farms in Boyd and lived in the town until his death in 1896.