However, as the owner of a small or medium-sized roofing business; the idea of branding your company seems out of your league when you think of branding as something only fortune 500 companies do. But that’s not true, every company needs to brand itself to survive.
As roofers, you have roofing insurance, which encompasses workers’ compensation and general liability. Both workers compensation and general liability provide exceptional protection against worker injuries and customer claims.
Millenniums are community-oriented. This younger generation needs to know that the company they work for cares about the local community. A roofing business can reflect its civic concern in a number of ways, including by routinely recycling any debris generated by its roofing projects. Moreover, by offering volunteer opportunities through the company for community projects like Habitat for Humanity,...
Developing new business takes time. You need to set aside part of your work week to do the job of getting new clients. Update your website, Facebook pages and Twitter. Examine the results that you’re getting from your Internet and newspaper advertising. Make contact with any leads that you have and set up appointments.
Wikipedia defines a risk management plan (RMP) as “a document that a project manager prepares to foresee risks, estimate impact and define responses.” If you don’t have a RMP, you need to develop one. Once you have created a RMP, then you should review it with your roofing insurance agent.
Your contractors’ insurance, which includes your workers’ compensation and general liability coverage, provides your greatest tools for risk management. Each of these roofing insurances, general liability and workers compensation, respectively protects you from claims generated by your customers and employees.