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Four Seasons Insulation

Four Seasons Insulation

Four Seasons Insulation Corp. was founded in September of 1978 by Paul Pritsch. Before he started the company he worked as an installer for Kenco insulation out of Toms River. To earn extra money on the weekends he sold attic vents. When he realized how good he was at selling, he decided to open his own company.

For many years Paul worked tirelessly to build a strong successful company. His reputation of good workmanship at fair prices was well known throughout South Jersey. In 1998 Paul passed away suddenly of a heart attack. He was 53. Paul’s wife Cathy and their two sons Erik and Eddie continued to run the business until poor cash flow and a tough economy forced Cathy to sell the business. In 2004 Todd Sawyer, the owner of Eastern Contractor Services and Eastern Insulation became close friends with Erik Pritsch and the Pritsch family through an industry organization (NICE- National Insulation Contractors Exchange) they both belonged to. Over the next few years Todd spent many hours with Erik in an effort to help him get the company back on track and financially stable. When Erik left the company to pursue other interests In January 2007, Todd and Eastern Contractor Services purchased the assets of the company from Cathy and formed Four Seasons Insulation LLC. Eddie Pritsch remains with the company to this day to help carry out his fathers legacy.

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