UASRC Participates in Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

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The United Association of Storm Restoration Contractors (UASRC) recently participated in the Hurricane Sandy Relief efforts in the form of a donation of blankets

UASRC Sandy Outreach

UASRC Sandy Outreach

The United Association of Storm Restoration Contractors (UASRC) recently participated in the Hurricane Sandy Relief efforts with a donation of 927 blankets to the New Jersey coast. NorthEast Fleece delivered the blankets to the South Eastern American Red Cross warehouse in Philadelphia PA. NorthEast Fleece discounted the price by 25% due to the UASRC charitable outreach efforts. The Executive Director of the UASRC, Jacob Sachs worked with founding member Mastercraft Exteriors to deliver the blankets in the UASRC disaster trailer. They picked up the blankets from the South Eastern American Red Cross warehouse in Philadelphia PA and transported them to Keyport, NJ. The blankets were delivered to a community needs distribution warehouse that is being hosted by the Free Masons and will be distributed to affected families on the New Jersey coast.

The following UASRC member companies participated with a financial donation to the relief efforts.

American Home Specialists
Cedar Valley Exteriors
Grace Homes
Hoffman/Weber
Aspenmark Roofing and Solar
Ideal Roofing and Exteriors
Mastercraft Exteriors
PGRS
Precision Roof Contractors, Inc
ProTouch Exteriors
Reroof America Contractors
Storm Guard Restoration
Craftsmen Companies

Their commitment to the community outreach efforts of the UASRC further exemplifies the mission of the UASRC which is is to promote the highest ethical standards in the catastrophe restoration industry. UASRC members adhere to a code of professional conduct, educate property owners about the insurance restoration process and give back to the community through outreach and charitable programs.

After storms hit an area, homeowners are often approached by transient roofing companies to assist with insurance claims and repairing the damage. UASRC members will be instantly recognizable with their credentials and UASRC identification badges. As a best practice, you should look for the following to identify a legitimate roofer:

  •         Clearly represents their products and services, including adequate disclosures of all material terms in writing
  •         Provides proper information on their insurance coverage
  •         Openly identifies the nature, location and ownership of the business and clearly discloses all policies, guarantees and procedures relevant to the customer
  •         Abides by all written agreements and verbal representations
  •         Does not offer or agree to cover the insurance deductible

The UASRC was formed in part to give property owners the information they need to make an informed decision in regards to their storm related repairs. Our facebook page UASRC Facebook has a lot of great information on the storm restoration industry. The UASRC also serves as a resource for property owners and contractors that have fallen victim to disreputable contractors, and insurance claim related issues.

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