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Roofing Industry Technology in 2020 Pt. 2

Posted by Josh Strehle on 2/17/20 6:15 AM

 

This week, we're continuing our series highlighting software solutions for the roofing industry. If you missed the last article in this series, we walked through a brief history of roofing-industry software and suggested some softwares that focus on lead generation and simplifying your sales process. (Here's a link if you'd to check it out.) In this article, we'll discuss modern measurement solutions, some inspection tools, and take a dive into estimating programs. Read on for more!

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Topics: Roof Estimating, Roof Measurements, Roofing apps, Roofing Contractor Software, Best Practices, Estimate, Roof Inspections

Roofing Industry Technology in 2020

Posted by Josh Strehle on 1/28/20 6:15 AM

 

When we look at the history of technology in the roofing industry, it doesn’t go back very far. Of course, many small companies have been using Excel and Quickbooks to manage their payroll and expenses for decades, but roofing-specific software only goes back about ten years. We’re going to talk about the types of technology available to you in the year 2020 in this week’s blog.

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Topics: Roofing apps, Roofing Contractor Software, Best Practices, Lead Generation, CRMs

2020 - The Year of The One Call Close

Posted by Josh Strehle on 1/6/20 6:15 AM


Though the advantages of the "One Call Close" are up for debate, it’s still a desirable outcome for all parties involved. Getting the job underway faster helps the homeowner get to the value that they’re paying for, and you or your sales team don’t have to worry about managing a long pipeline of leads. With that in mind, we put together a simple list to help prepare your sales process to land more sales on the first appointment.

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Topics: Roof Estimating, Roofing Contractor Software, Best Practices, Estimate

Educate your employees!

Posted by Josh Strehle on 10/30/19 6:15 AM


At larger roofing companies, you might have employees that never get on a roof, visit a job site, or touch a shingle. That doesn’t mean that those workers shouldn’t have an idea of what the rest of your company does all day. Educating employees about your company’s core competency is never wasted effort, even if their particular role has little to do with it. Giving all your employees the vocabulary, hands-on experience, and knowledge of your industry will help align them with your company’s goals and improve their working lives. Read on for details.

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Topics: Labor Shortage, Best Practices, Onboarding