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Licensed General Contractor Licensed General Contractor Licensed in Multiple States Licensed in Multiple States Fully Insured with Workers Compensation Coverage FullyNationally Insured with Workers Compensation Ranked Company (Top 200 -Coverage QR Magazine) Nationally Ranked Company (Top 200 - QR Magazine) Nationally Ranked Company (Fastest-Growing Private Companies – Inc. Magazine) Nationally Ranked Company (Fastest-Growing Companies – Inc. Magazine) Member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB)Private - Reliability Program Member the Better BBBof “A+” Rating Business Bureau (BBB) - Reliability Program BBBMember “A+” Rating of the Anoka Chamber of Commerce Member of the Chamber Commerce Member of Anoka the United States of Chamber of Commerce Member of the StatesAssociation Chamber ofofCommerce Member of United the National the Remodeling Industry (NARI) Member of the Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) Member of National the Multi-Housing Association Member of the Multi-Housing Association Certified GAF/ELK Roofing Installer Certified GAF/ELK Roofing Installer Certified Norandex Siding Installer Certified Norandex Siding Installer Preferred Contractor - Owens Corning® ® Preferred Contractor - Owens Preferred Contractor – FirstCorning Choice Repair Program ® Preferred Contractor – Crawford Connection® (CCC) Repair Program Preferred Contractor – First Choice Contractor ® Preferred Contractor – Sears Contractor InstallationConnection Program ® (CCC) Preferred Contractor – Crawford Preferred Contractor – Sears® Installation Program

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$2 Million Dollar Liability Insurance Policy

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$500,000 Workers’ Compensation Policy

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Nationally Ranked Company (Top 200 Contractor – QR Magazine)

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Member of NARI (Nat’l Association of the Remodeling Industry)

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Certified GAF/ELK Roofing Installer

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Certified Norandex Siding Installer

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Preferred Contractor - Owens Corning®

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Thousands of References (Residential and Commercial)

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR HOMEOWNERS USING ASPEN EXTERIORS®, INC  FOR HOME REMODELING   1.) SUPPLEMENTS. On nearly every insurance claim, there will be a supplement request made by Aspen to your insurance company.  1.) SUPPLEMENTS. On nearly every insurance claim, there will be a supplement request made by Aspen to your insurance company. Supplements are additional funds requested by Aspen for items that may have been missed on the original claim summary or pricing mistakes  Supplements are additional funds requested by Aspen for items that may have been missed on the original claim summary or pricing mistakes made by your insurance company. Some examples of missed items may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1.) Additional squares of  made by your insurance company. Some examples of missed items may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1.) Additional squares of roofing or siding if the original adjuster didn’t measure the property properly. 2.) Permits. Since many cities have a different fee for permits and  roofing or siding if the original adjuster didn’t measure the property properly. 2.) Permits. Since many cities have a different fee for permits and some fees are based on the valuation of the project, permits cannot be paid for by the insurance company up front, if they do not know how  some fees are based on the valuation of the project, permits cannot be paid for by the insurance company up front, if they do not know how much it will be. 3.) Dumpsters. Dumpsters are another item that may have price fluctuations, therefore, the insurance company will usually  much it will be. 3.) Dumpsters. Dumpsters are another item that may have price fluctuations, therefore, the insurance company will usually reimburse the contractor after this cost is incurred. An example of a pricing mistake for instance, may be the amount an insurance company is  reimburse the contractor after this cost is incurred. An example of a pricing mistake for instance, may be the amount an insurance company is paying to replace a window. They may allow $300 to replace a window, when the cost of the window alone (not including labor) may exceed  paying to replace a window. They may allow $300 to replace a window, when the cost of the window alone (not including labor) may exceed this amount. In a case like this, prices need to be negotiated to replace the item in question with a more realistic price.  this amount. In a case like this, prices need to be negotiated to replace the item in question with a more realistic price. 2.) BILLING. Upon completion of a trade (ex. Roofing, siding, etc) the homeowner is required to submit payment for that trade after receiving  2.) BILLING. Upon completion of a trade (ex. Roofing, siding, etc) the homeowner is required to submit payment for that trade after receiving these funds from their insurance company. Payment cannot be withheld until all trades are completed. We send insurance companies a  these funds from their insurance company. Payment cannot be withheld until all trades are completed. We send insurance companies a completion form after each trade is performed, this allows the insurance company to send out additional money to help homeowner invoicing  completion form after each trade is performed, this allows the insurance company to send out additional money to help homeowner invoicing from becoming delinquent.  from becoming delinquent.

3.) CHECKS MADE PAYABLE TO HOMEOWNERS AND THEIR MORTGAGE COMPANY. Most insurance company checks are made payable not only 3.) CHECKS MADE PAYABLE TO HOMEOWNERS AND THEIR MORTGAGE COMPANY. Most insurance company checks are made payable not only  to the homeowner, but also their mortgage company. In most cases, federal or state agencies require insurance companies to do this. If you to the homeowner, but also their mortgage company. In most cases, federal or state agencies require insurance companies to do this. If you  receive your insurance payment made payable in this manner, it is THE HOMEOWNERS responsibility to contact their mortgage company to receive your insurance payment made payable in this manner, it is THE HOMEOWNERS responsibility to contact their mortgage company to  find out what is required of them to get these checks endorsed. Liquidation of these funds should be an immediate priority for all homeowners. find out what is required of them to get these checks endorsed. Liquidation of these funds should be an immediate priority for all homeowners.  Mortgage companies may also require that an agent from their company come to the homeowners house to verify that all work paid for by the Mortgage companies may also require that an agent from their company come to the homeowners house to verify that all work paid for by the  homeowners insurance company has been completed. This too is THE HOMEOWNERS responsibility to schedule this inspection with their homeowners insurance company has been completed. This too is THE HOMEOWNERS responsibility to schedule this inspection with their  mortgage company. mortgage company.  4.) INSPECTIONS. Building permits will be posted by an Aspen Exteriors® representative. This card must remain posted OUTSIDE the home, until a4.) INSPECTIONS. Building permits will be posted by an Aspen Exteriors® representative. This card must remain posted OUTSIDE the home, until a  building official from your city has signed off on this permit under “final inspection” approved. Some cities require more than one inspection building official from your city has signed off on this permit under “final inspection” approved. Some cities require more than one inspection  which is why it is crucial to make sure the building official has signed off under “final inspection”. Once this is done, the card can come down which is why it is crucial to make sure the building official has signed off under “final inspection”. Once this is done, the card can come down  and the homeowner can keep this for their personal records. Aspen does not require a copy of this card. and the homeowner can keep this for their personal records. Aspen does not require a copy of this card.  5.) REFERRAL PAYMENTS. Referral payments will not be paid to the referring party until the party referred has paid their balance due to Aspen in full. 5.) REFERRAL PAYMENTS. Referral payments will not be paid to the referring party until the party referred has paid their balance due to Aspen  in full.  6.) PAYMENTS/CREDITS – All payments and credits will be indicated on your invoice. Credits = $________________ for ____________________.

7.) CLARIFICATION OF WHAT REPLACEMENT COST, DEPRECIATION, ACTUAL CASH VALUE, AND DEDUCTIBLE MEANS. The Replacement Cost 6.) CLARIFICATION OF WHAT REPLACEMENT COST, DEPRECIATION, ACTUAL CASH VALUE, AND DEDUCTIBLE MEANS. The Replacement Cost  Value (RCV) of a project is the total amount of the project your insurance company is willing to pay (this is often the largest amount on your Value (RCV) of a project is the total amount of the project your insurance company is willing to pay (this is often the largest amount on your  insurance claim summary). This amount STILL HAS YOUR DEDUCTIBLE included in it. The Replacement Cost Value will be broken out into two insurance claim summary). This amount STILL HAS YOUR DEDUCTIBLE included in it. The Replacement Cost Value will be broken out into two  different amounts. They are Actual Cash Value (ACV) and Depreciation. The sum of these two amounts equal the Replacement Cost Value. The different amounts. They are Actual Cash Value (ACV) and Depreciation. The sum of these two amounts  equal the  Replacement  Cost Value. The  Actual Cash Value is the amount left over out of your Replacement Cost Value AFTER the Depreciation has been taken out. The Depreciation is Actual Cash Value is the amount left over out of your Replacement Cost Value AFTER the Depreciation has been taken out. The Depreciation is  the amount of money your insurance company is going to withhold until the project is completed. The Depreciation is based solely on how old the amount of money your insurance company is going to withhold until the project is completed. The Depreciation is based solely on how old  your damaged items are at the time the damage occurred. The older the item is, the more your insurance company will withhold. Your your damaged items are at the time the damage occurred. The older the item is, the more your insurance company will withhold. Your  insurance company will deduct your Deductible from the FIRST check you receive which will be your Actual Cash Value check (First check). insurance company will deduct your Deductible from the FIRST check you receive which will be your Actual Cash Value check (First check).  When a trade is completed you will receive another check, this is your Depreciation. An example will be given below based on a roof with a When a trade is completed you will receive another check, this is your Depreciation.  An example will be given below based on a roof with a  Replacement Cost Value of $10,000.00 Replacement Cost Value of $10,000.00  Replacement Cost Value‐ $10,000    nd

                                                                                                      $6000                 $4000 (2  check, depreciation amount)                                                                                                        ‐$1000(deductible, homeowners responsibility to pay contractor)  st                                                                          ACV (1  check)   $5000                                                                                  

By signing this form, you are agreeing that the above listed information has been explained to you and a copy has been provided.

Homeowners Signature_______________________________________________________________ Date______________ 

Homeowner’s Signature____________________________________________________ Date_________________

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INSURANCE COMPANY PAPERWORK AND COMMUNICATIONS RELEASE FORM I, ______________________________, residing at, _____________________________ _______________________________, authorize Aspen Exteriors®, Inc. to communicate with my insurance company, ____________________________________, in regards to claim number: ________________________. I also authorize Aspen Exteriors®, Inc. to request and receive any and all insurance paperwork directly from my insurance company. This includes, but is not limited to, original insurance paperwork and revised insurance paperwork.

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