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The Safety Standard

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  What’s one of the most important Aspen standards? Safety, of course! Safety is our number one concern when we take on any job. We take extra measures to ensure that our employees and our customers are not in harm’s way during the build process. Take a look into our process.   Aspen Contracting is OSHA and EPA trained and …

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The Aspen Standard: Meet Oliver

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Meet Oliver! Oliver is approaching his 4 year anniversary with Aspen. Read on to find out how Aspen has given him the tools to grow and succeed as a Project Manager.   What does a typical day for you look like? Oliver: On a typical day, I come into the office, drop off collections from homeowners and review the customer database. …

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The Aspen Standard: A Rewarding Career & Lifestyle

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A company rooted deeply in community with a mission to support others through the highest standards and the utmost integrity. Aspen Contracting is just that, a tree of strength, with branches that support our valued customers and our revered employees. Working for Aspen is more than just a job. It’s a career guaranteed to foster the growth of influence, fluidity, …

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12 Monthly Home Resolutions for 2017

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Need help with improving your home in 2017? Check out Aspens 12 Monthly Home Resolutions Guide!   January’s Resolutions: Budget for home improvements. Starting off resolutions in January. It is the perfect time to start planning your home improvement schedule for the year. Make a list of the projects you want to complete and narrow it down to the 3-5 …

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Choosing Sustainability For Your Home

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Preserving the environment is one trend that you can count on to stick around for generations to come. Globally, the community at large is working to find ways to make everyday life as eco-friendly and sustainable as possible. This trend has a large presence in the home, with many homeowners looking for ways to preserve energy and adopt a more …

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Styling Sedona Canyon, Owens Corning 2017 Shingle Color of the Year

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In October, Owens Corning and Pantone announced Sedona Canyon as the 2017 Shingle Color of the Year. The shingle, warm with burnt umber, chestnut and butterscotch hues is part of the manufacturer’s TruDefinition Duration Designer Collection. This shingle is perfect for homeowners looking to add personality and instant curb appeal to their home.   “Color is such an enormous influence …

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Planning for Home Improvement in 2017

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 New year, new home! You’ve been wanting to update your home’s exterior and now you think you’re ready to tackle the task. Planning for home improvement projects can be an exciting and challenging, yet rewarding endeavor. There’s great satisfaction in envisioning new prospects for your home, putting the work in and seeing those dreams come to life. Before gathering up …

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5 Home Issues to Look for this Winter

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Winter’s just a few weeks away! With all the tasks the holiday season brings on, it’s easy to forget about maintaining your home in the process. Haven’t thought about prepping your home for winter? Don’t fret! We’ve highlighted a few issues you should be gearing up for this winter. It’s not too late to do a bit of work to …

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Up on the Rooftop: A Guide to Hanging Holiday Lights

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      It’s that time of year again, kids opening presents by the fireplace, warm smells of apple pie baking in the oven… and grabbing your tangled holiday lights from the shabby crate in the attic. We all know that hanging outdoor lights can be a daunting task, but with a few easy preparation tricks, it doesn’t have to …