When you hire Tidewater in the Valley, you're getting more than just a quality product. Tidewater in the Valley's employees abide by a strong code of ethics: they're where they need to be, they're honest, and they're not happy unless the job is perfect.
Jeffrey Jones, owner & founder of Tidewater in the Valley, has been a contractor for three decades. Beginning his career as a roofer, Jeff swiftly rose to being the top salesman in a respected Virginia roofing company, later ascending to the position of Company Manager. Over the next few years Jeff took on other projects, branching out to include siding, gutters, and windows. Eventually Jeff ventured out on his own, forming Tidewater in the Valley. Now a master craftsman in his trade, Jeff has become a recognizable and respected member of the Front Royal and surrounding communities.
To provide our customers with the finest products, top-notch service, and the highest level of professionalism. To build trust, one customer at a time.




Shingle, Metal, Cedar,Slate
Commercial & Residential

Warranties available (10 year on labor & lifetime on material)



Vinyl, Aluminum, Hardieplank, Insulation

Warranties available (10 year on labor & lifetime on material)



Custom Vinyl Replacement Windows

Warranties available (10 year on labor & lifetime on material)



Seamless Gutters ( 5 and 6")

Warranties available (10 year on labor & lifetime on material)


From the 1920's to present, asphalt shingles are used on more than 80% of all homes today. Usually a 3-tab design with self-sealing strips to protect against blow-off. Life expectancy is 12-20 years.
Asphalt shingles are currently the most popular type of residential roof material for a variety of reasons. They are relatively inexpensive. Things that determine cost are geographical location, slope of the roof, height of the building, ease of access to the premises, complexity of the project, the particular type of shingle and numerous other factors. They come in a variety of colors and styles, are fairly durable, and can be easily repaired and maintained.
May be galvanized, painted steel, or copper. Aluminum is less common, but is growing in popularity. Metal roofing can be used successfully on low pitches. Steel must be kept painted or coated to prevent rust. Life expectancy is 15-40+ years.
Metal roofing's attributes are impressive. Durable and long lasting, a metal roof requires little maintenance, can be retrofitted over many existing roofing materials, is available in a wide range of colors and styles, and is fire resistant. Standing seam metal roofs, popular in areas diverse as the hot and humid South and frigid New England, have shed their industrial roots to become an architectural statement.
A standing seam roof is constructed of many interlocking panels that run vertically from the roof's ridge (the top of the roof) to the eave. The interlocking seam where two panels join together is raised above the roof's flat surface, allowing water to run off without seeping between panels.
Used from the 1800's to present. Cedar is the most common material. Requires periodic maintenance and treatment with a preservative. the recommended minimum slope for applications is 4/12. Life expectancy is 10-30 years. Cedar shakes are one of the ultimate roofing materials. The color, texture and overall appearance of a cedar shake roof is hard to duplicate.
This installation is ideal for small roof areas, such as bays, and for areas in which there is little or no drainage deck pitch. Nearly all types of roofing will deteriorate under constant standing water, but a copper deck can survive standing water for decades. Copper does not "rust away". Rather, it slowly looses copper oxide (patina) by the mechanical action of running water. Each panel has copper cleats which are attached to the underside of the locks on each panels. The cleats are then secured to the underlying wood deck with solid copper roofing nails. In this way, the entire copper deck is secured with hidden fasteners, which cannot cause leakage to the interior.
Copper standing seam roof systems are ideal for pitched areas and bays. In this system the panels are locked together with 1" vertical seams, which are not soldered. This is an ideal system for an area with a pitch of at least 4" vertical rise for every 12" horizontal run. The panels are secured with cleats in the same basic manner as a flat deck.
Vinyl provides enduring beauty and design flexibility. Using a variety of siding and soffit styles, colors, accessories and trim, you can update a ranch, add character to a colonial or even recreate a Victorian. Moreover, you can select siding that will be consistent with your home's design and fit into the environment and neighboring homes.
Vinyl is now the number-one siding material available. And for good reason: Nothing beats vinyl siding, accessories and trim for sheer endurance. Unlike many other siding materials, vinyl is impervious to rain, cold, salt and snow.
And vinyl won't rot, peel, dent or show scratches, nor will it ever need painting. A simple soap-and-water rinse once a year is all that's required to remove dirt and maintain the look of freshly painted wood.
Aluminum is inexpensive, durable and requires little maintenance. Aluminum siding can be primed and painted to add a crisp new color to your home or to match outdoor window trim or other architectural details.
Hardielank gives you low maintenance over the life of your home, but it doesn't sacrifice the charm, beauty and character of natural wood. Hardieplank fiber-cement siding resists rotting or cracking and it resists damage from rain, hail and flying debris. This siding is fire resistant.
This product is an insulative foam underlayment, custom contoured to fit snugly behind vinyl siding.
Installed over exterior walls just before placement of the siding, the underlayment provides a continuous solid backing that helps vinyl siding resist impacts that might otherwise cause cracks or dents. By adding an additional foam insulation layer, the R-values of exterior walls are increased by R-2.8 to 3.3, depending on the profile, not including the vinyl siding. The foam is made from environmentally benign expanded polystyrene (EPS), which has thermal expansion properties nearly identical to vinyl siding, and moderate vapor permeability to allow the siding to breathe.
A similar product fuses a contoured polystyrene backing material to a vinyl exterior facing for a solid insulated wall system with an overall R-rating of 4 to 4.5, depending on the product selected. This helps to bridge wall irregularities, and interlocks tightly at seams to create a straight, solid finished wall appearance without the waviness sometimes associated with vinyl siding. The panel sections are up to18" high, covering nearly twice as much area as most vinyl panels, allowing installation to proceed more quickly. Application of insulative sheathing and exterior finish surfacing is accomplished in one step.
Double-hung window- Sashes slide vertically. In single-hung units, the bottom sash is the only sash that moves. Ventilation is regulated by widening vertical crack with bottom sash. Screens are possible on exterior / interior.
Hinges are located on one side
- Low air leakage rates (tighter seal than sliding windows)
- Better ventilation (larger area open to outside)
- Can catch passing breezes (window protrudes outside into wind)
- Screens installed on interior
- Similar to casement windows, but hinges at top
- Also open outward and lower leakage rate
- Combination of three-plus windows
- Center made of one or more windows parallel with wall
- Outer windows angled back towards wall
- Similar to bay window, more actual windows
- Radiate out to form semi-circle
- Used mainly for adding exterior light to rooms
- Does not open or move
- Provides no ventilation
- Installed in ceiling
- Parallel to roof
- Some models can open and provide ventilation
- Brings in more sunlight than a traditional wall window
- Similar to single/double hung windows, but turned on their side
- Either one or both sashes will be able to move and slide
- Provides ventilation as opening is widened by sashes


  • "When we needed our roof replaced Jeff Jones, Tidewater in the Valley came highly recommended by a friend who was having their roof replaced by them. I have never written a recommendation before until now because they really deserve one. They totally exceeded our expectations. The workmanship, professionalism and speed went beyond anything we expected. We are so pleased at the awesome job, went beyond what we could have anticipated and would Highly recommend Jeff and his company. You need to give them a call without a doubt !! We love our new roof ! Extremely happy in Warrenton, VA." Debby and Robin

  • "Very happy with the our new roof Jeff and his crew did a great job at a great price."-Paula Davison

  • "We love the new roof and shutters! Thanks for doing such a great job."-Cathy Gregorson

  • "I know what I wanted. I just didn't know much much I would love it until it was done."

  • "Tidewater in the Valley has always performed with professionalism and reliability in the various projects that have been performed. We would highly recommend Tidewater in the Valley to others who require roofing services."

  • "I just wanted to let you know that your crew did a great job. They were very courteous and professional."

  • "What easily could have been a most trying period, if not a nightmare, turned out to be a normal routine period of contract work being done on the premises. The finished product, which is a compliment to your craftsmanship, is also testimony to the high performance standards you maintain. It was indeed our good fortune to have selected your company."




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