South Jersey contractors, suppliers look for business boost following Sandy aid bill passage
ATLANTIC COUNTY - With aid for Sandy recovery now approved, New Jersey could see a net gain from new construction and repairs.
Allied Building Products in Pleasantville wasn't slated to open their doors until March of this year. But once they saw South Jersey needing to rebuild as soon as possible after sandy, they opened right away.
Employees there say that they're happy that the bill providing an additional sixty billion dollars in aid to Connecticut, New York and new jersey has passed, and hope that this will ensure that they'll be able to continue helping those in south recover from sandy.
Top notch roofing and siding has also seen a boost in business, as they've been working on these 2 homes in Ventnor as a direct result of the storms damage.
The supplemental Sandy aid bill has now gone to the US Senate for approval.
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