If you're one of our subscribers, you're likely either a Roofing Contractor, Salesman, or Insurance Adjuster and that means you spend a lot of time in your truck. Between hauling ladders, drones, a bunch of measuring tape and chalk, and file folders full of docs, having that storage space and hauling capacity is a necessity, not to mention customers just expect anyone involved in their roof to arrive a truck.
RoofSnap is a software company, but we were founded by roofers, so we like to keep our finger on the pulse of what's going on in the industry. Some things are unchanging, customers are always going to want more for less, they're always going to be suspicious of storm restoration companies, and other companies shoddy work will always be held against the whole industry.
We're more connected now than ever. If you're reading this blog, it may have come to you from our subscription emails, from one of our company's social media posts, or our personal linked in pages. That's a lot of outlets, especially for a small blog about roofing software. But how should businesses make the most of today's interconnectivity?
If you're in the roofing industry and subscribe to any nation-wide social-media groups, you've probable seen pictures of the hail that's been pounding Colorado over the past week. Hell, even if you're a social media hermit you've probably seen the golf-ball sized ice balls on your local news channel.