Covers 4 Others 2020 Free Roof Program

Covers 4 Others 2020 Winners

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Aspen Contracting’s Covers 4 Others 2020 program has come to an end. This year we awarded 8 outstanding individuals, families, and organizations with a free roof to remove some of the burden that this year has caused. Giving back is one of our core values at Aspen Contracting, and we have been ecstatic to give back to the communities that …

Covers 4 Others 2019

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According to Nationwide Insurance, about two out of every three homes in America are underinsured, some by 60% or more. In addition, many homeowners completely lack homeowner’s insurance and don’t have anything to fall back on in the event of a disaster. Not only can unresolved damage result in major financial loss, but the stress can spill over into other …

Covers 4 Others Spotlight: First Things First, Inc.

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In September we kicked off the installations for our 4th annual Covers 4 Others program. We’ve awarded over 50 property owners across America with a 100% free roof. Our first installation this year was Arkansas City, KS nonprofit, First Things First, Inc. This organization serves as a safe community space to help improve the lives of individuals and families recovering …

2018 C4O Season Wrap Up

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The 2018 Covers 4 Others season is coming to a wrap but it can’t go without notice that this year’s program had one of the best turnouts yet. Aspen Contracting teamed up with some of the largest manufacturers and distributors in the nation to donate eight roofs to community members in need. Our company worked with, Tamko, SRS, OwensCorning, Maxfelt, Wimsatt, Certainteed, IKO, Beacon Group. We thank all of those …

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  According to a 2013 study from the National Center for Healthy Housing, 35 million metropolitan homes in the United States contain one or more health and safety hazards. Five percent of these homes have unrepaired roofing problems. Homeownership isn’t always a walk in the park, and when repairs start to accumulate, it can be a burden for many homeowners. …