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Power Ranked No. Eight on NJ Biz's 2014 "Best Places to Work in New Jersey" List

CHESTER, Pa., May 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Power Home Remodeling Group, the nation's third largest exterior home remodeler, has been named No. 8 on NJ Biz's 2014 "Best Places to Work in New Jersey" list in the large company category. In their inaugural participation in the program, Power placed ahead of more than 30 leading companies in New Jersey. The Best Places to Work in New Jersey ranking is a celebration of high-quality jobs and the employers who provide promising career opportunities. Statewide, a mere 38 large businesses, defined as companies with 250 employees or more, were recognized in the 2014 ranking.

Power employees in the company's Iselin, New Jersey regional office completed a detailed questionnaire about their job, management and work environment. Employees cited the company's continued rapid growth and national expansion, overall strategic direction, career opportunities, training, and positive management as reasons why Power should be named as one of New Jersey's top employers.

"At Power, every single employee is set up to succeed from day one, and is provided with the training to develop a skill set that becomes the foundation of a truly satisfying career," said Corey Schiller, Power's Chief Executive Officer. "From career advancement workshops and personalized mentorship to leadership conferences and frequent one-on-one meetings with senior executives, we aim to make our employees feel like valued team members who each have a hand in the company's success."

At Power, the realization of company-wide goals translates directly into financial gains for employees in the form of highly competitive salaries, performance-based rewards and ongoing incentives, such as luxury vacations and high-end gifts. Employees also have access to the latest technology and a comprehensive benefits packages. Additionally, Power's inclusive social program filled with can't-miss events, parties, activities and an annual company-paid trip to Mexico gives employees a chance to develop a lasting camaraderie with their colleagues to bring their experience full circle.

The Best Places to Work in New Jersey program is open to all publicly or privately held organizations and government entities, both for-profit and not-for-profit. Employees were asked to respond to survey questions about the organization's direction, management, execution, workplace conditions, career opportunities and pay/benefits.

For more information about Power and available career opportunities, visit WorkatPower.com or Facebook.com/PowerHRG.com.

About Power Home Remodeling Group
Family-owned since 1992, Power Home Remodeling Group is the nation's third largest exterior home remodeler with more than 1,350 employees and $245 million in sales in 2013. Headquartered in Chester, Pa., Power provides energy-saving and environmentally friendly exterior remodeling solutions to residents across the country, including Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Indiana, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Virginia. An Inc. 5000 company, Power has served more than 125,000 homeowners and is recognized as a home improvement leader by its two-time "Dealer of the Year" award from Window and Door Magazine and was named the top remodeler on Professional Remodeler's 2013 Market Leaders Philadelphia list. For more information please visit PowerHRG.com, or follow the company on Twitter @PowerHRG and Facebook at facebook.com/PowerHRG

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