United Association of Storm Restoration Contractors (UASRC) Adds Member Core Contractors

Round Rock, TX (PRWEB) May 14, 2013

The United Association of Storm Restoration Contractors (UASRC) is pleased to announce a new member to the organization, Core Contractors.

Core Contractors was established locally in 2001 in the Denver, CO market. They have built their success on delivering the best roofing Denver has to offer, and standing behind their work. They bring years of experience in roofing, restoration and project management to their clients. Core Contractors exceeds the construction experience required to be successful. Of all the Denver roofing companies, their focus, integrity, and compassion surpass all competitors. Their Denver roofers attention to detail ensures every project will be handled with the utmost care. “We are thrilled to be working with an organization that aligns so well with our core values of increasing professionalism in the restoration industry through ethics and integrity,” said Jim Horning, Core Contractors.

The UASRC was formed as a non-profit organization with the goal of inspiring positive change in the storm restoration industry. The mission of the UASRC is to promote the highest ethical standards in the restoration industry. Our Members adhere to a code of professional conduct, educate property owners about the insurance claims process, and give back to the community through outreach and charitable programs.

With over 150 years of combined experience in the roofing and restoration industry, our members look to make a positive impact on the industry by providing the best in-class service to homeowners affected by storms. The UASRC will also work closely with legislators, insurance companies, and both local and national media to improve the practices and image of the storm restoration industry.

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:

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