How to Get Commercial Roofing Jobs

callThere are some huge business opportunities in the commercial roofing industry. In just 2014, commercial roofing sales are estimated to reach a value of $5.3 billion. But how do you even get commercial roofing projects to start with?

Follow these tips, and you will greatly strengthen your chances for tremendous success.

Add to your credibility

Roofing is a big investment. Since it is so cost-intensive, business owners are very selective about whom they let service their roofing needs. To identify the best fit for their needs, they look for roofing contractors who have demonstrated expertise and give them confidence.

Our nationwide group has done work for big names such as Ashley Furniture Store, Holiday Inn, Day’s Inn, Dairy Queen and many others. Prospects know when they select a contractor in our group, they get all the knowledge and expertise we collectively have to offer – plus get the peace of mind from knowing that you will be accountable to the rest of us. With advanced commercial roof systems training, you’ll gain additional respect for your own service. 

Generate leads for sales

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    Naturally, generating leads is a cornerstone of any roofing business. How, then, do you draw them in? For roofing contractors, today’s best marketing techniques can be found in websites and direct mail. Around 9 out of 10 people look for local businesses online, so it is critical to have a website for your roofing business. The more people who visit your website, the more prospects there will be for converting to leads. Plus, you can show off your work quality with ease.

    Through our Top Roof Marketing partner, contractors in the group benefit from specialized marketing services that are highly effective in the commercial roofing industry. No one knows how to get leads better than they do! Plus, qualified members get occassional commercial roofing leads—we refer building owners to our group of roofers.

    Make the right impression

    In any business, first impressions are critical. For roofing contractors, they can make or break your chances of getting a job. Compelling handouts are a must. We offer high-quality sales materials that are proven to help you close the deal.

    To make sure you represent yourself well to building owners, our roof contractor group gives you access to successful commercial roofing contractors as sales coaches and lifetime mentors. Because they have learned the in-and-outs through trial-and-error, they are a great source of knowing what works and what does not. They will coach you to close sales with ease, and you will get ongoing mentorship to ensure your roofing business remains sharp and competitive.

    The Benefits of Our Contractor Group

    Get Started with the Right Help:

    • Group Support
    • Shared Strategies
    • Lead Generation
    • Discounted Pricing
    • Complete Training

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    In short, with Choice Roof Contractor Group, getting commercial roofing jobs has never been easier. We will give you the resources for success, including:

    • Strong reputation from association with our network
    • Expert coaching on closing sales when needed
    • First-rate, personalized marketing support and consulting
    • Lifetime advice from our network’s most successful contractors
    • Increased sales with industry-leading roof systems
    • Discounts and support from our trusted partners
    • Compelling, attention-getting sales materials

    Contact us today to learn how we can partner together with your business for your success.


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    Written by: Ian Myers
    Ian Myers
    Ian was the very first team member brought on by the original co-founders of the Choice Roof Contractor Group to assist with nationwide growth. Since then he has written 120+ blog posts and provided excellent support to the roofing contractors in the group. Through his multiple roles in the commercial roofing industry, he has gained tremendous knowledge in the sector.