Installing a new roof is a major decision, but the process can be easy when you know what's involved. In order to understand how much your roofing project will cost, you'll need to call a contractor who can provide an accurate roof cost estimate after looking at the specific needs of your home, as well as your preferences as a homeowner. Learning more about the factors that can impact your roof cost will help you prepare for this first step.
This piece is co-written by Jennifer Keegan, AAIA The headaches of Cold Storage facility operations extend beyond making sure the ice cream doesn't melt. Owners and Operators are regularly challenged with:
By the time a potential customer reaches out to you, they've likely already researched several roofing contractors. Your business faces competition right from the start—how do you edge out multiple competitors and close the sale? In many cases, these efforts hinge on a fast response to lead management.
When a building owner asks you if they need a commercial roof repair or replacement, your assessment of the roof's condition hinges on a few key areas. Veteran commercial roofing experts Dave Scott and Wally Brown share their roof inspection expertise in GAF's Roofing It Right with Dave and Wally: Roof Project from Start to Finish video series to help you assess the condition of critical areas on the roof.