Traveling to our Aspen Contracting Family

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Traveling to our Aspen Contracting Family

 

This week the Aspen Contracting marketing team ventured out to the upper northeast end of the country to catch up with our West Virginia team. We wanted to get out of the office and into the nitty-gritty of roofing life. Besides learning a new catchphrase for the week “Did you know that George Washington had a brother?” and that the song “Country Roads” was about West Virginia, our marketing team found out some other interesting facts about the local WV office.

 

Aspen Contracting, Charles Town Office

Aspen Contracting, Charles Town Office Family

 

This office is all about family. We always think of our company as a family but the West Virginia office is living proof. This office lives, breathes, eats, and travels with each other. Everyone relies on one another at the end of the day to make sure that the team is succeeding as a whole and making sure that customers are being cared for.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hailstorm swath path for WV

Hailstorm swath path for WV

 

 

When the hailstorm hit Charles Town the damage to the area was massive. The storm took place May 5th of 2018. The damage to homes was plainly visible all over town. Shingles were torn off from the storm damage and there were tons of cracks and holes in siding everywhere.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Work order pipeline for WV office

Work order pipeline for WV office

 

While in town we did our best to meet all Aspen team members. We had the opportunity to sit down and meet all the employees who work their magic in the office, and all the project consultants who work their tails off in the field. Marketing understands each role that each team member has, but we had the chance to delve deeper into job responsibilities, putting names to faces.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cobly Cash (L) works on paperwork, while talking to Blake Musheno (R) about working in the roofing industry

Colby Cash (L) works on paperwork while talking to Blake Musheno (R) about working in the roofing industry

 

The Charles Town office has an interesting dynamic because there are people who are brand new to the company and others that have been with the company for years. We got the chance to learn the flow work of the orders. Marketing got to walk through the organization of the timeline for a work order. We found out that there are so many steps that a job must go through before a project can be completed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adam Teske preparing door hangers to give to members of the neighborhood

Adam Teske preparing door hangers to give to members of the neighborhood

 

Marketing had the opportunity to walk around the small close-knit community, telling the neighbors about the work and programs that Aspen Contracting offers. It was awesome meeting homeowners in the field, which were presently working with us. Being able to see the strong relationships that the project consultants had already built with homeowners was exciting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aspen Contracting Project Consultant climbing down after roof inspection

Aspen Contracting Project Consultant climbing down after roof inspection

 

While visiting Charles Town, marketing also got to experience what a roof inspection is like first hand. It was very interesting to learn what project consultants look for when inspecting homes. The knowledge that project consultants have about roofing systems, and storm damage is one of the reasons Aspen Contracting is the best in the roofing industry. We have the knowledge to back our company and the integrity to always offer free inspections.

Aspen Contracting General Manager, BJ, oversees roof inspection

Aspen Contracting General Manager, BJ, oversees roof inspection

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It was wonderful getting to meet the community and our Aspen Contracting family in Charles Town, WV. We hope to be able to travel to more local offices in the future! We are looking forward to more success from this awesome office, that already makes such a strong impact on the Charles Town community.

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