Fairfax Station

The census-designated place of Fairfax Station, Virginia in Fairfax County shares both the proud Virginian tradition and that of the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. It is a relatively small community with a population of just over 20,000, many of whom work in the federal government and prefer to live in the suburbs. Most Fairfax Station residents are upper middle class and above, and, as such, that degree of wealth reflects in the structures of the area – from its strong foundations all the way up to the pristine metal roofing up top.

As evidenced in the community’s name, Fairfax Station was once a railroad station, and it was reputedly a site where Clara Barton tended to wounded Union and Confederate soldiers in the Civil War. Although the original station is no longer in use, there is still a wide array of architectural styles present in the area. You can see this variety even in the solar and metal roofing from high ground, such as that of Brimstone Hill. The roofing experts of Alpha Rain are proud contributors to this architectural tradition in Virginia, having been on the industry’s scene for approximately two decades.

If you own property in need of roofing attention in Fairfax Station, Virginia, don’t hesitate to call Alpha Rain for a free estimate for that portion of your remodeling or building project. Whether you ultimately decide on a standing-seam metal roof, state-of-the-art solar-powered system, or an entirely different style of roofing, you can depend on the professionals at Alpha Rain to install it right, meeting or exceeding your high expectations. You can also rest assured there will be no hidden costs to surprise you when the job is complete and can revel in the knowledge that your new solar or metal roofing will be there to protect all under it for many years to come.