Aspen Contracting, Inc., Mobilizes in Atlanta to Serve Residential and Commercial Customers Addressing Damage from March 14-15 Storms

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Aspen Contracting, a national contractor specializing in assessing and repairing/replacing roofs after hail and wind storms, expands in Atlanta

Aspen Contracting, Inc, (http://www.aspencontractinginc.com), a national contractor specializing in assessing and repairing or replacing roofs damaged by hail and wind, has expanded its team in the Atlanta area to help homeowners and commercial property owners and managers after last week's severe storms.

"Our sales staff is expert in handling insurance claims and restoration contracts, an area in which local contractors typically have limited experience," said L.C. Nussbeck, Aspen Contracting founder and president. "The Aspen Contracting team is fully mobilized to assist Atlanta-area property owners in returning their homes or commercial buildings to pre-storm condition as quickly as possible."

Aspen Contracting is licensed and insured as a general contractor in 34 states, including Georgia. The Atlanta-area office and operations center is located at 1800 Montreal Circle in Tucker. Property owners may contact Aspen at 1-877-784-7663 for a free inspection of their storm-damaged property.

The company is an endorsed member of the Better Business Bureau and member of Angie's List. It holds memberships in the National Roofing Contractors Association, the Midwest Roofing Contractors Association, the International Code Council and the National Slate Association.

In addition, Aspen Contracting is an Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor, recognition given only 2 percent of the 3,000 preferred contractors recognized by Owens Corning for superior service and installation.

About Aspen Contracting, Inc.

Aspen Contracting, Inc., specializes in natural disaster exterior restoration, including roofing, siding and guttering. The company's national headquarters is in suburban Kansas City, Mo.

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