National Insurance Restoration Council Platinum Preferred Member Expert Exteriors Donates Roof
Distinguished Colorado roofing contractor helps Denver homeowner
AURORA, Colo. (PRWEB) September 27, 2016 — Expert Exteriors helps a homeowner in need by donating a
new roof after finding out the homeowner was scammed out of thousands of dollars by his previous, unethical
contractor. According to KDVR Fox31 Denver, local homeowner Paul Neuschwanger previously hired an
unaccredited roofing company to perform repair services on his home. The company took Neuschwanger’s
money without ever completing the job. After seeing Fox31’s Problem Solvers Report, Josh Lucero, owner at
Expert Exteriors, immediately stepped in to help Neuschwanger, providing him with a new roof. Expert
Exteriors is an esteemed exterior remodeling company in Colorado, offering full service roofing, gutter, siding,
window, insulation and painting.
“Now that I find myself in a situation where money is more abundant than where it used to be, I feel it’s my
responsibility to give back,” says Josh Lucero, owner of Expert Exteriors.
Founded in 2007, Expert Exteriors is a proud Platinum Preferred Contractor member of the National Insurance
Restoration Council (NIRC), and part of an accredited nationwide network of leading industry experts that are
committed to raising the bar in the industry. Expert Exteriors believes in giving back, and recently launched the
Colorado Roof Donation Program as part of their mission to help families and military veterans in need.
“The National Insurance Restoration Council membership is comprised of the best of the best contractors and
construction companies throughout the nation. Our vetted member network is committed to giving back to the
communities, not only in roofing, construction, and storm damage repairs, but also educating property owners
throughout the process. Josh and the team at Expert Exteriors did a fantastic job in this unfortunate incident. It
is up to each of us in the industry to help property owners learn how to choose a quality, reputable contractor so
they can avoid these unethical companies,” says Joe Radcliff, president of the National Insurance Restoration
“I’m overwhelmed,” Neuschwanger said. “My gratitude is off the charts, and I think that that in life comes back
to you in great ways.”
About Expert Exteriors
Headquartered in Denver, Expect Exteriors provides full service roofing, gutter, siding, window, insulation and
painting services. We are licensed and insured with a long tradition of customer satisfaction and exceptional
service. We proudly hold esteemed memberships including the Colorado Roofing Association, Denver Metro
Chamber of Commerce, and an A+ rating with the BBB. Expert Exteriors is a proud Platinum Preferred
member of the National Insurance Restoration Council (NIRC) and a “Top of the House” Certified Contractor
with Owens Corning. To learn more, visit http://www.expexts.com.
About the National Insurance Restoration Council
Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, the National Insurance Restoration Council (NIRC) is a non-profit organization devoted to protecting and educating property owners and restoration contractors when dealing with insurance claims. The NIRC acts as the principal advocate for improved legislation and case law to protect consumers and contractors when dealing with insurance claims throughout the nation. The NIRC serves the common interest of insurance restoration contractors and protects consumers from unethical contractors. Vetted and certified NIRC certified contractors adhere to a strict code of professional conduct, educate property
owners about the insurance restoration process, and give back to communities in storm damaged areas. NIRC certified contractors go through an extensive background check to become members of the Diamond Standard code of business. The NIRC as a self-regulated entity and cooperates with the Department of Insurance (DOI) and other regulatory authorities throughout the United States to improve the ethics of the industry through education and high standards. Learn more at http://www.NIRC4Change.org.