Roofers, are you ready? Here's your chance to help protect veterans who have protected our country. As a roofer, you know that a reliable roof protects what matters most. You're also uniquely qualified to support our troops by ensuring their homes and families are covered.
In business, time is money. With advanced roofing technology, you can save time, improve your team's efficiency, and boost your company's bottom line all at once. Ranging as widely as business management systems that streamline productivity and digital measuring tools, here are a few roofing products and solutions to incorporate into your business so you can work smarter rather than harder.
Business owners have a unique opportunity to leave a legacy on their industry through their business, even after they've retired. Frank Zehna, a 25-year veteran of general contracting and the roofing industry, shared some tips in a recent webinar* for preparing to sell your business. In it, he offers a range of advice, including how to create a plan for making your roofing company profitable and why it's important to implement certain steps right now.
First and foremost, a roofing job requires two things: workmanship and materials. You can't oversee a successful roofing project without both. If you want to impress your customers with a job well done, it's essential to have all the right materials, make sure you have enough of them- and to ensure that they are installed properly.
By Mark Soto