About Charis Contractors, LLC

Welcome to Charis Contractors, LLC

Need A New Roof or Just A Repair?  Fix your Leaky Roof Today!

Charis contractors owner David WandelCharis Contractors is a family owned business that offers you the very best quality and service when you are ready to take on a new roofing project. With over 25 years of happy customers, we come highly recommended.  Charis Contractors is committed to growing repeat business and referrals. Our customers are our best sales force.

“Our workers are a team of honest, reliable, hard-working people.  We use the right materials for the job so you can be sure that your largest investment – your home – is protected”, states owner David Wandel.  “As a matter of fact, you will not find me behind a desk.  I am on the road each and every day making sure that you get the very best advice for your project, as well as service, anywhere.”


Owners on Site at Every Job

For over 21 years, Charis has distinguished itself through its honest and reliable roof inspections, quality installations, and competitive prices.  Experienced in all types of roof systems, Charis does not subcontract out their work.  Furthermore, all of the company’s expert and insured technicians have undergone drug testing and background checks.  The Wandel’s enforce a zero tolerance policy.  Both Dave and Susan Wandel are hands on owners, and either Dave or Susan is guaranteed to be on-site at every job.

Charis contractors before & after a roofing project

Honest Roofing Estimates mean quality repairs

Charis Contractors will provide you with our best possible price up front.  This saves time for both you and us.  Plus, honest estimates mean happy customers. Save your home now from costly repairs later.  Call us today at 410-440-2991 to schedule a free roof inspection or project estimate.

Emergency Roof Repairs are not a problem. We understand how essential it is to fix a leaky roof before water can create more damage to your home.

Service Area:

Charis’ team of trained technicians services Baltimore, Anne Arundel, Carroll, Howard, Prince Georges, and Harford Counties. If you are located in another part of Maryland, give us a call, we might still be able to help.

Remember: We are licensed and insured and always stand behind our work.  We guarantee affordable solutions delivered by trained technicians.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are a few questions that we have run across to assist you.

Q: How should I choose a roofing contractor?”

A: Because your home is valuable, it is very important to pick the right roofing contractor to protect it. Talk to your neighbors to see who they used, or ask your friends and family if they recommend anyone. Your roofing contractor should have a proven track record and be able to provide you references to check. He should also be fully licensed and insured.

Q: My landscaping keeps getting destroyed next to my house. How can I fix this?

A: Water runoff from your roof is most likely the culprit. If you have a gutter system installed, make sure that it has been cleaned thoroughly to allow the water to be routed away from your landscaping. D not forget to check the downspouts too. If you do not have gutters, this would be an invaluable asset to your home. Correctly installed gutters and downspouts can not only add beauty to your home, but will protect your home, the foundation, and will help save the landscaping.

Q: My roof is green. What is that? And can you fix it?”

A: Your green roof is mostly likely caused by a mixture of moss, algae and mildew, and can easily be treated. Washing your roof carefully with bleach and water can usually sweep away most of the moss, but most likely, you will need to trim back some vegetation from your roof to keep it from coming back. In some circumstances where no sun is available, or the weather is perpetually damp, metal strips have been shown to curb the growth of these pests. An extreme measure would be to go with a full metal roof if the periodic roof washings become too much of a chore.

Q: It looks like water is leaking under our gutter, and it is sagging a little. What can we do? ”

A: Your soffit might need some repair. When gutters get overloaded with leaves and debris, or were just not installed correctly, water will drain toward the roof. The fascia board can usually handle the normal rain fall and protect your soffit from damage, but when it fails because of water-logging, it will usually lead to a soggy soffit, and can then eventually damage the walls of your house. With every new gutter system, we repair and replace your soffits, install new fascia boards, and then correctly install your new gutters and downspouts.