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January 12, 2021 Updated: January 12, 2021, 9:58 am
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Cotton Holdings, a global real estate restoration and construction company headquartered in Houston, has acquired roofing company Stellar Restoration Services. Conditions were not disclosed.
Houston-based Stellar Restoration will operate as a subsidiary of Cotton under the leadership of co-founders Michael de la Mora and Rick Bailey, who will retain an interest in the company. Founded in 2011, the company provides roof restoration services for hail and weather-related damage to commercial real estate in the United States.
“This is an exciting opportunity for us to bring our extensive roof restoration experience to Cotton and continue our growth as part of a comprehensive global disaster recovery platform,” said de la Mora in an announcement.
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Cotton provides property restoration and restoration, construction, roofing, consulting, temporary housing, and culinary services to public and private institutions worldwide. The company operates under the brands Cotton Global Disaster Solutions, Cotton Roofing, Cotton Logistics, Cotton Culinary and OneLodge.
“The addition of Stellar to the Cotton team will add tremendous value to our business and will help us provide a deeper range of roof restoration opportunities for customers with an expanded geographic presence in their time of need,” said Pete Bell, CEO of Cotton, in the announcement.
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