Taking our online conversation to brand-new heights
Our new Elevations blog is the hot spot to be for posts and articles designed to inform you, entertain you and help you elevate your business. Challenge yourself to interact with industry subject matter experts and leaders in their field from IKO and other companies. They’re here for you and your roofing business so learn to leverage their know-how. Go ahead and dial up the dialog, post your comments and share insights with your fellow contractors. Just one more way to hone your competitive edge.
Women are getting more involved in the roofing industry every day. Now, you can find women at the top of roofing companies as CEOs and marketing directors, and in other leading roles.
There’s something truly uplifting about driving through your neighborhood while it’s decked out in Christmas lights. If you want your home to contribute to the Christmas spirit, there are plenty of light and style options that you can choose from. Even your choice of gutter shingle light clips can change the look of your holiday display.
A roof replacement will benefit you for the long‐term, protecting your home for years to come and raising your home’s value. When you choose a responsible roofing company, they’ll do almost all of the work, from prepping your old roof for removal to cleaning up after the job is done. However, there are a few things you can do to make your roof replacement go even more smoothly. Minor things like cutting the grass, taking down your mirrors and bringing the children to Grandma’s house can make a big difference.
When you set up a sales appointment to meet with homeowners to discuss their new roof and why they should choose the brand of asphalt roofing shingles you recommend, how often is a woman present? If you’re like most of the professional roofing contractors we’ve talked to, it’s pretty much a given.
Staying cool while roofing can be a challenge. Demand for roofers is high in the summer; so roofing professionals often have to work the hottest days and without shade. That presents a few challenges. For example, how do you stay cool in the summer while roofing? If you own a roofing business, how do you keep your employees cool and safe while they work in the sun?
Your home’s roof sheds water, but a raindrop that starts out on the top of your roof doesn’t just encounter shingles on its way down. There’s a series of roof components that protect your home from the rain, wind and snow. It is critical to understand all of the parts of a house roof in order to explain a problem to a roofing professional and understand what he or she is talking about when he or she is doing repairs.
Cool roofs are designed to lower the temperature of your home in summer months, making you more comfortable and potentially reducing your energy bill. Cool roofs achieve this by reflecting some of the infrared (IR) light from the sun. In today’s market, a cool roof is defined by the reflectivity and emissivity requirements set by either Title 24 from the California Energy Commission or by the Energy Star program.
You know from firsthand experience that the rules of selling have changed. Think back to the last time you purchased a new vehicle. You went online to research the make, model and mileage. Perhaps you looked at consumer reports or read online reviews.
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