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Finding Quality Roofing Employees on LinkedIn

It can be difficult to find qualified roofers for your roofing business. One place you might want to check is LinkedIn. LinkedIn is a great resource for finding employees in a wide range of businesses. In a recent study, researchers found that 35.5 million people had been hired by someone they found on LinkedIn. There…

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4 Reasons Roofers Shouldn’t Cut Corners

When it’s time for a new roofing job, your customer is expecting the best quality work possible. However, unfortunately a lot of roofers like to cut corners, especially with the tools or components of the roof, with fall protection, and with the foundation, which can’t be seen. There are quite a few reasons why this…

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Tips for More Effective Roofing Sales Presentations

The world of sales has changed drastically. If you’ve been shopping for a big investment like a car recently, you know how it goes. You look up cars you’re interested in on the internet. Perhaps you read some reviews. You go to a car dealership that has the car you’ve been looking at. If the…

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Using Free Inspections to Get More Business

There are many roofing contractors who have had continuous growth over the years as a direct result of providing excellent customer service and increasing their business. Most roofing contractors understand one thing: in order to grow their businesses, they have to provide free, no-obligation inspections to get customers in the door. Roofing contractors who do…

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Why Professional Roofing Maintenance is Important

The roof is more than just the top layer of a home or business. It’s a complex system that is designed to insulate, protect, and maintain the structure of a building. As an investment, it’s essential. So it only makes sense that homeowners and business owners would want to keep a roof in as good…

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4 Reasons to Hire Female Roofers

Construction is still considered to be a “non-traditional” job for women. This means that according to the United States Department of Labor, it is still a male-dominated field where women actually represent 25% or less of the industry. Roofing is specifically a field that doesn’t have many women. In 2014, it was revealed that women only make…

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