who we are


Nash Roofing is a Class A Contractor

Nash Roofing was built from the ground up by Francis Nash. Francis has owned and operated Nash Roofing for over 30 years, and is up to date on all roofing styles. Nash Roofing also particaptes in Habitat for Humanity, Wounded Warriors Project, and other charities.

Class A Contractor

A Class C contractor can work on single contracts for $1,000 or more but less than $10,000 or contracts totaling less than $150,000 over a one-year period.A Class B contractor can work on single contracts for $10,000 or more but less than $120,000 or contracts totaling $150,000 or more but less than $500,000 over a one-year period.

There are no restrictions for a Class A contractor, must do more than $750,000 or more in contracts within a twelve month period.To obtain a Class A Contractor license, you must also be in business for 5 consecutive years, and also pass an exam. This helps you know who your contractor is and if they are experienced enough to do the job. Nash Roofing is a Class A Contractor.

We are able to do any kind of repairs, replacements, or new work that you may need. Some Class C Contractors won't tell you they aren't legally able to do your work and this could be a huge disaster in the hands of someone who isn't equipped or certified to do your roof, or other project. Always be aware of the class of your contractor.


What We Will Do

  • 1.Residential Roofing Nash Roofing understands the amount of pressure and stress you can go under when trying to decide on which contractor to pick, shingle color, material; and having to understand what it all means. Our team has been dedicated to helping you make sure you are making the best decisions for you. We believe in helping our community for a common goal; not just for your business, but for the lasting relationship we hope to build with you. Our team also offers consultation to make sure you feel comfortable taking the next steps towards your new roof.  
  • 2.Commercial Roofing Nash roofing is certified in all of your major commercial roof applications. Metal, rubber, TPO, and PVC to name just a few. Metal fabrication done in house. Cornice systems. EPDM (rubber roofing): Ethylene propylene diene monomer rubber (EPDM) is a synthetic rubber most commonly used in single-ply roofing because it is readily available and simple to apply. Seaming and detailing has evolved over the years and is fast, simple and reliable with many membranes including factory applied tape, resulting in a faster installation. The addition of these tapes has reduced labor by as much as 75%.
  • 3.Historical Roofing Downtown Fredericksburg, Alexandria, Fairfax Importance and care taken when dealing with 150+ year old buildings.Quality and care it takes to acheive the historical looks with new materials.Compliance with historical restrictions.Copper soldering, slate roofing, cedar shakes, copper flashing, metal roofing.Slate is a natural stone and can produce a wide range of effects based on its appearance, color, thickness, surface texture, and roof texture. A permanent material that is waterproof, fireproof, resistant to climatic changes, and requires no preservative coatings or paint.