Asking yourself these 3 important questions can help you make sure starting your own roofing business is the right move to make.
Continued education is hugely beneficial for roofing contractors. Your roofing company could benefit from enrolling in various courses.
Construction sites can be dangerous. The hot sun, large machines, particulates, and high surfaces all combine to create a potentially hazardous environment. Luckily, advancing technology is providing us with numerous tools to improve safety conditions for roofers. Here are some of the ways technology is helping keep roofers safe.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, performed over 32,000 inspections during 2018. Getting ready for these kinds of inspections can be nerve-racking, especially if you don’t know what to expect. We’ve put together some basic tips to help you prepare for your meeting with an OSHA rep.
A good leader knows when and how to make decisions - but good decisions should be based on an understanding of your complete business intelligence in order to see real, attainable growth.
Being able to market your roofing business properly means the chance to reach a broader audience and pull in more potential leads. There are plenty of simple—and free—ways to effectively market your company. Discover some of these easy marketing strategies to help boost your roofing company’s visibility.
Instagram is often widely associated with things like people documenting what they had for dinner or celebrities advertising a new weight loss supplement. But, roofers can actually get some visibility for their business as well. Check out some of the easiest ways roofers can use Instagram to their advantage.
There are many forms of heat-related illnesses, but heat stroke, heat exhaustion, and heat cramps are the most common. Knowing more about these illnesses and recognizing their signs and symptoms can help keep roofing crews safe during the hot summer months.
AccuLynx announced customers are placing material orders through its integration with ABC Supply Co. Inc. at a record rate, with orders averaging three times the historical average order size.