Tear the roof off your expectations

You don’t become the nation’s largest exterior home remodeler by following the same old playbook.

Our values are our

How have we grown exponentially while staying true to ourselves? By making our values the litmus test for everything we do. They determine how we act and how we treat others, anchoring us in good times and in bad. They are the road map that guides who we are and who we’re becoming.

Our all-star stats


Fortune Best Places to Work


Glassdoor employee rating


Happy employees


Military veterans


CEO approval on Glassdoor


Raised for pediatric cancer

company timeline


1992 — Power’s founders, Adam & Jeff Kaliner, start Power Windows & Siding out of their Delaware apartment with the goal of transforming the remodeling industry.

1995 — Future executives, J.D. Diskin and Rob Borislow, join Power.

1999 — Power’s third office opens in Mount Laurel, NJ.

2003 — Future co-CEOs, Asher Raphael and Corey Schiller, join Power as entry-level employees.

2007 — The Great Recession hits, sending the housing market and the economy into a downward spiral, but Power’s growth continues to soar.

2009 — Power opens offices in Edison, New Jersey and Greenbelt, MD launching our national expansion plan.

2010 — Power opens an office in Trumbull, Connecticut, and adds roofing and attic insulation to the product mix.

2011 — The company rebrands as Power Home Remodeling Group, and partners with childhood cancer non-profit, Alex’s Lemonade Stand. Power continues to grow rapidly, opening offices in Long Island, NY, Boston, MA, and Atlanta, GA.

2012 — Tech start-up wiz, Timothy Wenhold, joins Power and further solidifies our commitment to building a best-in-class proprietary software, NITRO. Power expands into Chicago, IL.

2013 — Corey Schiller is named Chief Executive Officer.

2014 — Power expands into Detroit, MI.

2015 — Asher Raphael is named Co-Chief Executive Officer and Power expands into Houston, TX.

2016 — The Power Veterans and Power Women’s initiatives are created. Power opens offices in Denver, CO and Dallas, TX.

2017 — The Cultural Diversity and Inclusion Initiative is created and Power’s Tampa, FL office opens for business.

2018 — Powers opens an office in Austin, TX.

2018 — Qualified Remodeler names Power the largest residential re-roofer in the United States and the company gains national attention for its #PhillyWantsLeBron campaign.

2019 — Power opens offices in Nashville, TN and Charlotte, NC and adds solar to our product mix, continuing the journey to become a more sustainable and planet-friendly company. The Power Code Academy and the Dan Price Craftsmanship Academy are launched to develop technology and trade talent internally.

2020 — Qualified Remodeler names Power #1 on their Home Improvement Pro 200 list.

2021 — Former Zappos Chief Human Resources Officer Hollie Delaney joins Power as Chief People Officer. Power expands into the West Coast, opening an office in Phoenix, AZ.

2022 — Power opens an office in Pittsburg, PA, celebrates 30 years in business and reaches one-billion-dollars in revenue for the first time.

2023 — Power opens an office in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

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