If your company has unmet, end of year sales goals, your sales team is likely a little extra stressed as the holidays approach. While you might be tempted to incentivize performance with a contest and a prize – like a hard to find PlayStation 5 – we suggest a different
If you’re starting from handwritten documents or boilerplate templates you found somewhere online, there are 3 easy ways to improve your roofing documents.
In much of North America, winter is a slow time for the roofing industry. As temperatures start to nose below 40 degrees and asphalt shingles stop sealing in the sun, installations slow and the sales team starts taking some vacation time. Your business doesn’t need to head into hibernation though!
Roofing can be a slim-margin business. If you’re just starting out and attempting to build a reputation in your market, you may be tempted to lower your prices to stay under the competition. While that’s an understandable strategy, it’s likely going to hinder the growth of your business. Think about
When RoofSnap was founded 10 years ago, you could count the number of roofing software companies on one hand. Now, there are so many out there we can hardly keep track! In our decade in the industry, we’ve seen what makes a roofing software work well for contractors, and we’ve
Roofing is an industry with a low bar to enter, but a high bar for success. If you have a profitable business and a list of completed roofs under your belt, you’ve definitely acquired some skills along the way. Keeping those roofing skills sharp is important, so this week we’re
If there’s one thing that 2020 has made clear to the roofing industry, it’s that we need to be flexible if we’re going to survive. During the spring, stay-at-home orders in some states presented hurdles to companies trying to continue their vital work serving their communities. Here at RoofSnap, we
Here at RoofSnap, we concentrate on improving things with technology, whether that’s beating the heat during the summer sales season or making it easier to keep your notes organized. We also don’t speak poorly of the “traditional” ways of doing business. We know old-school methods have been proven useful, and
“Getting down to brass tax”, “sealing the deal”, “signing on the dotted line”— whatever you call the end of your sales process, it’s a crucial step. That’s why RoofSnap makes building, revising, signing, and sharing your contracts as easy as possible. We’ll take you on a tour of what shows