Power Home Remodeling Group has expanded its operations in Rosemont, Ill., thus adding jobs in the greater Chicago metropolitan area. Power has hired more than 75 employees in the Chicago region with plans to create at least 150 additional jobs in 2013. The company hosted an official ribbon cutting today at its Rosemont offices with the support of state and local elected officials, including Senator Dick Durbin and Congressman Mike Quigley, as well as Rosemont Mayor Bradley Stephens.

“We are thrilled to expand into the Chicagoland area and to introduce Power to the Midwest,” said Corey Schiller, Power’s CEO and partner. “This expansion will increase our footprint beyond the east coast to provide more opportunity to both current and prospective employees looking for employment in the green jobs sector. We’re committed to working toward our goal of being the leading home remodeler with a focus on green products and energy efficient, environmentally friendly solutions to help homeowners enhance their home and reduce their energy consumption.”

“Green jobs are the jobs of the future, as Power Home Remodeling Group’s success shows,” said Senator Dick Durbin. “Power has built on the momentum generated by federal energy efficiency programs to boost employment across the country while helping homeowners cut costs.

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