Talk:Power Home Remodeling Group

Latest comment: 2 months ago by Mommy2be2 in topic Page Update Request - Logo Outdated & Invalid

Factual Updates Required - Article Out of Date

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I am an employee of Power Home Remodeling and work in the corporate communications department. I wanted to disclose this information per your terms of service.

A number of years have passed since the information in this article has been accurate and I'd like to make some updates to it so that this Wikipedia page is an up-to-date and accurate reflection of the company in 2023.


Overview:

Power Home Remodeling is an American corporation headquartered in Chester, Pennsylvania that provides services predominantly related to energy and cost-saving exterior remodeling products such as replacement windows, roofing, doors, vinyl siding, attic insulation, and solar energy systems to residents across its 23 operating markets.

Founded in 1992, Power is now the nation’s largest, full-service, exterior home remodeler, employing more than 3,000 people across the country.[1] In the last 13 years, Power has grown from $100 million to $1 billion in annual revenue. [2].

Power is listed on Qualified Remodeler’s Top 500 list, and most recently was named a #1 QR Home Improvement Pro 200. Power retains an A+ accreditation rating with the Better Business Bureau.

Leadership:

Asher Raphael and Corey Schiller [3] are the company's current co-CEOs since being appointed in 2015. Under their leadership, Power has significantly expanded both their service offerings and geographic footprint. During their tenure, several executive leaders joined the business, including Timothy Wenhold, Chief Operation Officer, Chief Innovation Officer, and Partner; and Hollie Delaney, Chief People Officer.

Power Veterans Initiative:

Power Veterans Initiative (PVI) is an independent department within Power that is dedicated to helping veterans establish careers after the military.[non-primary source needed] Through one-on-one mentorship and a robust cultural support structure, PVI works to recruit and integrate veterans into Power’s core business operations. As of 2023, 15% of all Power employees are military veterans or spouses of service members.

In addition to expanding Power's veteran hires, PVI works with similar veteran empowerment driven programs across the country to educate veterans about the resources and opportunities available to them, including BreakLine and the Department of Defense’s (DOD) SkillBridge program. [4]


Knowledge Graph Update: Key People: Asher Raphael, Co-CEO & Partner; Corey Schiller, Co-CEO & Partner; Adam Kaliner, Co-Founder & Partner; Timothy Wenhold, COO, CIO & Partner Revenue: US $1 billion (2022) Number of employees: approx. 3,000 Mommy2be2 (talk) 21:07, 16 March 2023 (UTC)Reply

See WP:PAID for how to make the required disclosures on your user page. We're not going to replace this article with ad-copy, though. If you have specific, factual changes to make, you may suggest those. But we're not going to re-write the article in promotional tone. MrOllie (talk) 21:12, 16 March 2023 (UTC)Reply
Thank you for your review. I now have disclosed my employer affiliation on my user page per your request. In submitting these recommendations, I tried to purely stick to fact-based updates to the existing page while providing citations against each. I’d be happy to modify the copy to better fit the desired tone - could you elaborate as to which portion you find too promotional? Mommy2be2 (talk) 14:24, 17 March 2023 (UTC)Reply
All of it is promotional, from top to bottom. This is a common problem with folks who have grown used to writing in a PR or corporate communications context. If you have specific corrections, make those in a 'change <X> to <Y>, source is <Z>' format. For example, if your company HQ moved, you might write 'Where the article contains "Headquarters Chester, Pennsylvania, U.S." please change it to "Headquarters Philadelphia, PA, U.S." my source is <link to company address>'. MrOllie (talk) 14:39, 17 March 2023 (UTC)Reply
Thank you for the explanation, it was very helpful. Please see below for updates in the requested format:
In the article:
-- Where the article contains <products such as replacement windows, roofing and vinyl siding> please change it to <windows, roofing, doors, vinyl siding, attic insulation, and solar energy systems>. My source is <https://powerhrg.com/>.
--Where the article contains <in the last 6 years> please change it to <in the last 9 years>. No source should be needed; this is a factual time update.
--Where the article contains <In 2018, Qualified Remodeler listed Power as the largest residential re-roofer and the third largest home remodeling firm> please change it to <In 2022, Qualified Remodeler listed Power as the nation’s largest full-service exterior home remodeling firm>. My source is <https://www.qualifiedremodeler.com/top-500-2022/>.
--Where the article contains <In the last nine years, Power has grown from $100 million to $700 million in annual revenue> please change it to <In the last 13 years, Power has grown from $100 million to $1 billion in annual revenue>. My source is <https://www.bizjournals.com/philadelphia/news/2022/06/21/home-remodeling-market-philadelphia.html>.
--Where the article contains <As of 2019, 13% of all new hires at Power and 8% of its workforce (6% increase since 2016) are military veterans and veteran spouses> please change it to <As of 2023, more than 14% of all Power employees are military veterans or spouses of service members>. My source is <https://www.powerveterans.com/ourcommunity>.
In the Knowledge Graph:
-- Where the Knowledge Graph contains <Key People: Corey Schiller, Co-CEO & Partner, Asher Raphael, Co-CEO & Partner, Timothy G. Wenhold, CIO and Partner> please change it to <Key People: Asher Raphael, Co-CEO & Partner; Corey Schiller, Co-CEO & Partner; Adam Kaliner, Co-Founder & Partner; Timothy Wenhold, COO, CIO & Partner>. No source is currently cited.
--Where the Knowledge Graph contains <Revenue: US $700 million> please change it to <Revenue: US $1 billion (2022)>. My source is <https://www.bizjournals.com/philadelphia/news/2022/06/21/home-remodeling-market-philadelphia.html>.
--Where the Knowledge Graph contains <Number of employees: approx. 2,600> please change it to <Number of employees: approx. 3,000>. My source is <https://www.greatplacetowork.com/certified-company/1221006>. Mommy2be2 (talk) 18:23, 22 March 2023 (UTC)Reply
In order: 1. I decline to make the product list exhaustive, it seems promotional. 2. I removed the 6 years so future proof the article for a bit. 3. I decline to add promotional wording. 4. I dropped the revenue number from the pose instead. 5. I decline to make this change - it is better to stick with an older number from the Post than to switch to a source that isn't independent. 6. Done 7. Done. 8. Done - MrOllie (talk) 13:35, 29 March 2023 (UTC)Reply

Page Update Request

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Hi there. Please see below for a suggested update in the requested format:

— At the end of the “Overview" section, can the following update be added: <Power was also recently named #13 on Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list in 2023.>. My source is <https://fortune.com/company/power-home-remodeling/best-companies/>. Mommy2be2 (talk) 18:46, 17 May 2023 (UTC)Reply

No, we don't list nonnotable awards. MrOllie (talk) 21:20, 15 June 2023 (UTC)Reply

Page Update Request - Logo Outdated & Invalid

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Hi there. I work for Power Home Remodeling and have been told to edit/make this update. The company logo has changed. My source is <https://powerhrg.com/>.

The current logo on Power's Wikipedia page is now outdated and invalid. I do not seem to have the ability to upload the new logo on the company Article Page.

Here is a link to access the new logo: <https://powerhrg.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/POWER_SecondaryLogo_%C2%AE_Navy-RGB-102F48.jpg/>.

Can someone advise? Thank you. Mommy2be2 (talk) 18:13, 9 January 2024 (UTC)Reply

Hi there - I did not receive a response on this page update request. Can someone please advise? Thank you. Mommy2be2 (talk) 15:05, 16 April 2024 (UTC)Reply