Many times roofing contractors are so focused on their current clients that they haven’t put the thought into identifying and connecting up with their future roofing customers.
Marketing tips are extremely important because effective marketing leads to sales for your roofing business. Most roofing company owners focus on their manual skills. However, to grow a company, you need to be a salesman and refine your interpersonal and communication skills. The following tips will help you better market your roofing business.
Autumn: The Season of Roof Inspection and Repairs - Autumn is usually seen as the onset of winter and the end of roofing season.
The design phase is one step in a roofing project, but a crucial one. Your design lays out what customers can expect in their new roof. In essence a design plan is a promise, and you don’t want to make promises you can’t keep.
What Roofing Contractors Need to Know About Property & Casualty (P&C) Insurance. Your roofing insurance provides general liability and workers compensation coverage, which protect your business and employees. However, you get paid through the property and casualty insurance that your clients’ carry.
A major piece of customer service revolves around keeping up with roofing trends. Customers expect that you know what’s trending and can give them some guidance as they choose between popular roofing choices.