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Cotton Holdings acquires national roofing restoration company

Houston Chronicle logo Houston Chronicle 1/12/2021 Katherine Feser
a train traveling down train tracks near a mountain: An apartment complex in Lake Charles, La. was damaged by Hurricane Laura. © Provided by mySA

An apartment complex in Lake Charles, La. was damaged by Hurricane Laura.

Cotton Holdings, a global property restoration and construction company headquartered in Houston, has acquired roofing services firm Stellar Restoration Services. Terms 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 ownership interest in the business. Founded in 2011, the company provides roofing restoration services for hail and weather-related damage to commercial properties throughout the United States.

“This is an exciting opportunity for us to bring our extensive roofing restoration experience to Cotton, and to continue our growth as part of a comprehensive global disaster restoration platform,” de la Mora said in an announcement.

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Cotton provides property restoration and recovery, construction, roofing, consulting, temporary workforce housing and culinary services to pubic an private entities worldwide. It operates under the Cotton Global Disaster Solutions, Cotton Roofing, Cotton Logistics, Cotton Culinary and OneLodge brands.

 

“The addition of Stellar to the Cotton team brings tremendous value to our organization and will help us deliver a deeper set of roofing restoration capabilities to customers with an expanded geographic footprint in their time of need,” Cotton CEO Pete Bell said in the announcement.

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