Five Questions Before Hiring A Marco Island Roofing Contractor

Your roof is one of the largest investments of your home, so it’s extremely important to make sure you’ve got all the information you need before hiring a roofing contractor in Marco Island and elsewhere in Florida.  According to an HomeAdvisor, new roofing gives you the opportunity to cut cooling costs while improving curb appeal and resale value, but that only matters when you’re fronting the costs of a quality job the first time.

The most ideal time to gather this kind of information is both before and during the estimate process. Crown Roofing is here with five important questions to ask when considering a roofing contractor to work on your home or business.  You want to make sure you’ve got the right Marco Island roofers the first time.

Are they licensed and insured?

One of the first, and most important, things you should look at is the status of a company’s license and insurance.  If a roofing contractor isn’t properly insured, you could wind up being held responsible for on-the-job mishaps.  While the insurance helps to protect you, the license will prove that the company has the proper experience and accountability to do the job. To verify, don’t be afraid to ask for a copy of both their insurance certificates and their Florida roofing license.

Have they provided you with a written estimate?

A good, reliable roofing contractor will provide you with a written estimate for the entire job. Within this estimate, you should find a detailed and specific outline of the scope as well as the expected payment procedures. You want to make sure you read through the contract and ask questions about anything you may not understand. A good roofing contractor is transparent and will walk you through every step of the process.

What could cause a variance from the written estimate?

Qualified roofing contractors can provide you with a fairly accurate estimate of how much you can expect to pay for your roofing job.  Although the industry doesn’t possess a magical crystal ball to gaze into the future, a knowledgeable roofing contractor will help you to prepare for potential hurdles that could alter the cost of the estimate, such as locating extensive water damage under your roof.

Will they properly handle the required permitting?

Many Florida neighborhoods, cities, and municipalities require that roofing contractors possess specific permits for the job location. If not mentioned, go ahead and ask the contractor if they plan on obtaining these permits.  A good roofing contractor will know which permits are required in each area. It’s a clear sign of a shady operation if the contractor refuses to handle proper permitting. Only a responsible roofing contractor will handle the permitting process for you.

Do they offer a warranty?

You get a warranty on most all large purchases nowadays. Why not on a new roof? Without a warranty, you could wind up in some serious trouble should anything go wrong with your roof once the crews have packed up and vacated the job site. Ask about workmanship warranties. Ask about manufacturer warranties.  Subsequently, read your contract to ensure warranty is included on paper.

The Marco Island roofing professionals at Crown Roofing have years of experience installing, maintaining, and repairing roofs. Throughout the state of Florida, we work with roofs of all types, including tile, shingle, metal, and more. Additionally, we offer services for both commercial and residential roofs. There is no job that is too big and no task too small for Crown Roofing. Call us today, 855-276-9655, or CONTACT US online, for a FREE estimate.

Hurricane Irma: Preparing Your Roof

Hurricane Irma has developed into a Category 5 hurricane, according to CNN. Computers forecast the storm to turn toward Florida by the weekend. If it does, the impact on The Sunshine State could be catastrophic.  As the National Hurricane Center reports, “The hurricane will be moving through an environment of low vertical wind shear, a moist mid-level atmosphere, and increasing upper-ocean heat content, and this is ideal for some additional intensification.”

After declaring a state of emergency across Florida, Gov. Rick Scott said President Donald Trump had “offered the full resources of the federal government as Floridians prepare for Hurricane Irma.” Scott also ordered 7,000 National Guard troops to report for duty by Friday morning.  Of those, 100 were activated Tuesday to begin helping with preparations, he said. “We do not know the exact path of this storm, but weather can change in an instant and while we hope for the best, we must prepare for the worst,” Scott said in a statement.
In addition to protecting your family and loved ones, it’s critical for residents to protect both their home and business in these serious scenarios.  Unfortunately, the roof is often an afterthought when it comes to preparing for hurricane season. Most roof owners don’t take measures to preserve a roof until it’s too late. Our Fort Myers roofing contractors are here with a few simple tips to help you protect your property through the upcoming storm and though the rest of hurricane season.
Trim Your Trees
This tip is helpful year-round, not just during hurricane season. Trees that hang near or over your roof can be dangerous in virtually any storm, but especially in a hurricane. When wind speeds increase, limbs can go flying. If a tree limb flies its way onto your roof, potential damage could result and allow water into your home, causing further electrical damage or hurt someone in the structure. Trees can also cause debris buildup, especially in your roof’s valleys. Sticks, pine needles, leaves, and other debris can pile on your roof. When this ‘mulch’ gets wet – it will stay wet. The dampness can cause the roof structure to deteriorate and eventually rot.  A simple, and regular, trimming of your trees can help you to prepare and potentially avoid these problems.
Clean Your Gutters
It’s too easy to neglect your gutters. In the event of a serious storm, and especially a hurricane, it’s critical that you take the time to clean it out beforehand. You want to ensure that all your gutters and drainage systems are clear so that the rain can flow freely. If you’ve got buildup in your gutters during Florida’s rain and hurricane season, backed up water can dangerously intrude your home.
Fix Loose or Missing Shingles
While loose or missing shingles may seem like no big deal, they can lead to some serious problems if they’re not addressed before a storm. It’s critical to secure lose shingles and replace ones that are missing to help prevent storm water from leaking in to your home or business. It’s also a safe idea to check for loose eave and gable end vents, soffits, or turbines, and rusted flashing before a storm and repair these issues as well.
Secure Yard Items
Various yard decorations and furniture can turn into flying projectiles quicker than you’d think. It’s important to either move these items inside or die them down outside to help ensure they stay put during storm winds.


Neglecting your roof before a storm can result in a significant amount of damage. Leaking water risks roof collapse as well as damage to the attic, insulation, walls, and your possessions. Prepare your home and business before it’s too late. After a storm, it’s critical to have your roof addressed. Do so by calling a certified roofing contractor in Naples to assess the damage and recommend the best steps for you to take to recover. Crown Roofing will take care of the rest.

Crown Roofing LLC NOT affiliated with Crown Roofing Contractors, Inc./Roland Price

Per the Florida State company registry, Sunbiz.org, there are two companies in Florida that have the words “Crown Roofing” in their legal business name. Crown Roofing Contractors, Inc. is a small roofing company in Saint Petersburg, owned and operated by Roland Price. Crown Roofing LLC and Crown Roofing Contractors, Inc./Roland Price are not, in any way, related.  Still, we are saddened by the recent headlines involving a home’s yard signs in St. Petersburg and their various derogatory, offensive, and disheartening messages.  

Please do not confuse our company, Crown Roofing LLC, with the owner of this other company.  Crown Roofing LLC is a statewide roofing contractor with 350+ employees, four offices throughout the state, and a diverse workforce.   His opinions are not shared by our firm.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us today.

Three Things New Homeowners Should Know About Their New Roof

Purchasing a new home is a big deal.  It’s not only one of your biggest investments, but it’s one of your biggest responsibilities as well. To help ensure an increasing home value, you’ll want to make sure you properly protect and maintain your property.  Our Sarasota roofing contractors understand that homes require a lot of patience and planning. Your plan should not only include seasonal maintenance to-dos, like cleaning out the gutters and trimming back the trees, but it should also include a plan to ensure that you’re able to cover the costs of proactive repairs before damage gets too bad and your house becomes a neighborhood eyesore.

As many homeowners know too well, moisture is one of the most serious threats to a home.  Your roof is the first line of defense in this watery war.  But it’s more than water that can compromise the effectiveness of your roof and the safety of your home underneath. Our Bradenton roofing contractors are here to help to keep you informed, proactive and preventative, helping to keep your home safe, functional and profitable for years to come.

Roofs Don’t Last Forever

The lifespan of residential roofing systems can vary tremendously.  Typically, tile, copper and slate roofing systems can last roughly 50 years.  Homeowners who have wood shake roofs can typically expect about a 30-year lifespan.  Fiber cement shingles usually make it to about 25 years, while asphalt shingle/composition roofing systems last for roughly 20 years, according to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).  Remember: Both weather and climate conditions can significantly cut the lifespan of all roofing systems.

Be Proactive with Known Deficiencies

With both home and business roofing systems, it’s best to take care of issues as soon as they’re noted.  Procrastination is not an option here.  Leaks and other deficiencies don’t fix themselves. There are times when it may appear that a leak has corrected itself. For example, you may notice water penetrating your ceiling during and shortly after an afternoon storm and days later you may notice that the same area is dry.  Do not assume, for even a moment, that the leak has been rectified.  Oftentimes, rain or moisture from a roof penetration can be diverted from its original point of entry to an entirely different area.  (Tip: It’s also important to remember that a leak in a roof is not always located above ceiling moisture.)

Know the Warranty

If the previous owner of a home recently replaced the roofing system, there’s a good chance that it may still be under warranty and that warranty may be transferable to any future owners.  When a warranty is transferred to new owners, it’s critical for new owners to obtain the proper paperwork and information to clarify proof of transfer and warranty conditions. In some cases, the warranty is not transferable and in these instances, it’s critical to make sure that problems are noted and corrected before completing the sale of the home.

The roofing specialists at Crown Roofing are here to help you with all of your roofing concerns.  If you are in need of roof repair, roof maintenance or a new roof, our roofing professionals can take care of it for you.  Crown Roofing handles all types of roofing systems, including tile, shingle, slate and metal.  There is no job that is too small and no task that is too big.  Crown Roofing has offices in Central, South and Southwest Florida.  Call us today for a free estimate. 855-276-9655.

New Year’s Roof Resolutions

As we wrap up 2016 and gear up to ring in the New Year, it’s an excellent time to look past the holidays and focus in on the health of your roof in 2017.  With the New Year approaching, most of us will be creating lists comprised of New Year’s Resolutions to achieve on a personal level.  Some of the most common resolutions include losing weight, giving up smoking, saving money and vacationing more.  But have you considered focusing your resolution efforts on your home or business and making some money-saving roof resolutions?

Our Fort Myers roofing contractors are reminding home and business owners across the state of the importance of the roof over their head.  Because your roof is one of the most aesthetic and functional aspects of your home or business it makes perfect sense to keep an eye on it to keep it in the prettiest, most functional condition possible.  We’re recommending that you add your roof to this year’s important list of New Year’s Resolutions and if you’re not quite sure what that entails, we invite you to keep reading:

Schedule a Professional Inspection:  The truth of the matter is that most home and business owners are unable to spot faults on their own in a roofing system until it’s too late — or until water has penetrated the surface.  By scheduling an inspection with one of our roofing experts, we can help to pinpoint potential problem areas before it’s too late.  Preventative action always pays off.

Consider Roof Cleaning: Cleaning your roof not only helps to please the eye, but it also helps in keeping it in efficient working order.  Eliminating leaf and debris buildup can reduce the risk of mold and mildew that can seriously threaten the functionality of your roofing system.

Replace Broken Shingles and Tiles: If your home or business has loose or missing shingles or tiles, you may wind up facing much more than an aesthetic problem.  With missing or damaged shingles or tiles, your roof is much less likely to remain weatherproof.

Keep An Eye on Your Gutters:  It’s critical to keep your gutters in working order to allow water overflow to drain from your roofing system.  You want to ensure that water flows away from your roof without pooling in corners.  You can also check your gutters to find out if you have significant and threatening shingle or tile breakage as well.

Consider A Roof Replacement: Do you the age of your roof or what its expected lifespan is?  You never want to wait too long to replace a roof.  Catching problems before they occur can help to preserve your interior and belongings as well and can wind up saving you some serious cash.

If you don’t know where to start with your roofing resolutions, allow the roofing specialists in Naples and the surrounding areas to help you with all of your roofing concerns.  If you are in need of roof repair, roof maintenance or a new roof, our expert professionals can take care of it for you.  Crown Roofing handles all types of roofing systems from tile, shingle, slate and metal.  There is no job that is too small and no task that is too big.  Crown Roofing has offices across Central, South and Southwest Florida.  Call us today for a free estimate at 855-276-9655.

Revisiting Roofing Safety: Keeping Roofing Contractor Safe

When in comes to the roofing industry, safety should be a number-one priority for everyone involved.  Skipping out on preventative safety measures because they take up too much time makes it all the more common for an accident to happen — so why take the chance?  Our roofing contractors in Orlando remind roofing personnel across the nation to continuously keep safety observations as a top concern, and we’re here with a few reminders to help you do just that.

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), there were close to 5,000 workers killed on the job across the United States in 2014.  On average, that’s more than 90 a week (or more than 13 each day).  Fatal work injuries involving contractors accounted for more than 15 percent of all recorded fatal work injuries for the same year.  In construction, OSHA has deemed the four most common causes of workplace fatalities as the “Fatal Four”.  These causes include falls, electrocutions, struck by object and caught-in/between incidents.  Eliminating the “Fatal Four” would help to save more than 540 workers’ lives in the US each year.  Our Winter Springs roofing contractors are here with a few general roofing safety tips to help keep you and your crews safe out there on every job.

General Roofing Safety:

  • Ensure that your workplace is always clean, organized and blocked off from non-roofers.  Be sure to note each potentially dangerous area within your work site, including unsafe roof access and low-hanging power lines.
  • Never go onto a roof alone. Always have someone with you just in case.
  • Never work on a roof that is slippery or wet.
  • Avoid working on a roof when it’s too hot.  In 2014, there were more than 2,600 workers who suffered from heat illness on the job.  Close to 20 died that same year from heat stroke and other related causes.  These injuries and fatalities are completely preventable.
  • When you’re not using your power tools, secure them with short lengths of rope or Bungee cords.
  • Don’t forget your roof harness. A harness set typically includes a roof anchor, harness, rope, and lanyard.
  • Wear proper footwear. Be sure to wear boots or shoes with good tread and rubber soles.

Ladder Safety:

  • Be sure to follow all warning and instruction labels on ladders.
  • Never use a ladder that is damaged or broken.
  • Be sure to always maintain three points on contact with the ladder when climbing.
  • Only use ladders for their intended purpose.
  • Check all rung locks and spreader braces on your ladder to make sure they are set.
  • Only one person at a time is permitted on a ladder unless the ladder is specifically designed for more than one climber (such as a Trestle Ladder).
  • Climb facing the ladder, move one step at a time and firmly set one foot before moving the other.
  • Never place a ladder on a box, barrel or other object to gain additional height.
  • Once your ladder is fully extended and leaning against the roof, fasten the ladder’s top to a rafter using roof anchors.

Electrical Safety:

  • It’s critical to avoid power lines at all costs.  When they are unavoidable, be sure to contact your local utility company before you begin working in the area.
  • Be sure to use a fiberglass or wooden ladder instead of metal.  Be extremely cautious when installing metal flashings as nearby electricity can jump or “arc” to metal objects located several feet away.
  • Never, ever touch hot wires with your tools or your hands.
  • Don’t attempt to operate machines unless you’ve been trained and authorized to do so.
  • Assume all wires are energized.

Material Safety:

  • A lot of time and materials go into each roofing project.  While you may be inclined to carry as much as you can to minimize trips, it’s a very dangerous move.  This is especially relevant when climbing ladders or walking across rooftops.
  • Be sure that you store your materials close to the roof to save both energy and time when retrieving the necessities.
  • Lift with your legs.  Do not lift with your back.  Take breaks when tired to avoid injuries.
  • Ensure that you and your fellow roofers are following the material manufacturer’s instructions.
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If you’re considering having work done on your roof, call our Orlando roofing contractors at 855-276-9655 today for a free estimate. Not only do we provide regular inspections, but we can help to repair current roofing systems that may be failing or we can install new roofing systems to best help you, your family and your business stay safe. There’s no job too small and no task too big. With offices in Fort Myers, Orlando, Sarasota and Miami, we’re here to help with all of your roofing needs.

Work Safe

Crown Roofing Reiterates Best Practices for Roof Safety

Building construction is one of the most important existing industries to the infrastructure of our society and our economy.  Unfortunately, Forbes Magazine rates roofing as one of America’s 10 Deadliest Jobs, ranked at the #4 spot to be exact.  According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were more than 4,800 fatal work injuries in the United States in 2014.  Overall, the fatal work injury rate increased from the previous year, making it the first increase in the nation’s fatal injury rate since 2010. Avoiding these types of risks and injuries is entirely possible with a created culture of roof safety.

Our roofing contractors in Fort Myers understand that work-injury risks within the roofing industry have been continuously included in the “fatal four”, which constitutes the four most dangerous risks in the construction industry; falls, electrocution, being struck by an object, and being in the wrong place at the wrong time.  These “fatal four” accounted for close to 60% of construction worker deaths in 2014.

With risk of injury and death so severe in the construction industry, it’s critical to enforce safety standards and precautions from the very beginning to the very end of each and every job.  A number of companies create and enforce these standards through a written manual.  While manuals are great for reference, a company’s best bet is to cultivate a culture of safety from every branch in the business.  Embracing and practicing a revolving concern for roofing safety creates beneficial habits of smart, cautious and careful operations.

Preventing Falls

Start From The Top:

For safe work environments, company leaders must display a sturdy insistence and respect for safety, involving themselves in everything that their employees do.  These kinds of values will undoubtedly trickle down. When owners and management practice what they preach and mark safety as a #1 priority in daily operations, it shows employees that safety doesn’t take a lot of effort and time to deploy if done correctly.  Leaders who remind, rather than reprimand, show employees that they approach safety with more of a caring and concerned attitude.  Creating that culture of roofing safety helps each and every employee from day one, helps to keep your company compliant and helps to avoid preventable accidents.

Plan – Provide – Train:

If you’re looking for somewhere to start to create a safe work environment within your company, consider using tips from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).  Their three-point approach to preventing falls on the job is an excellent, and effective, way to carve out some core safety elements for your safety plan.

  • Plan: Planning ahead for your scheduled jobs is not only common sense, but it’s a good business practice.  It’s critical to ensure that safety measures are included in each project plan.  You will want to anticipate any potential dangers that could be lurking on each job site.  Once you’ve identified potential risks, build in the cost for all of the necessary measures and equipment to keep workers safe.
  • Provide: When you build in the cost for the proper safety equipment, including harnesses, scaffolds, ladders and personal fall arrest systems, you are better able to provide the exact materials for fall protection and other safety precautions.  Remember to use this insight to make sure you’ve got the right material and equipment for each and every job.
  • Train: Once all of the proper safety equipment has been secured, it’s critical to make sure that employees are trained to use it correctly.  This is an important step in creating a culture of safety in the workplace.

Beyond falls, electrocution, struck-by accidents and other unexpected risks, there are a number of other factors to consider.  Here in Florida, outdoor workers face serious risks of heat stress and exhaustion.  As we previously discussed in our “Staying Safe in the Scorching Summertime Sunshine” post, “In 2014 alone, there were more than 2,600 workers who suffered from heat-related illnesses in the US.  During that same year, close to 20 died from heat stroke and other related causes while working on the job.”  It’s important to remember that these illnesses and deaths are entirely preventable with the proper precautions, including shade, breaks, hydration and protecting skin.

Our Naples roofing contractors are reminding outdoor workers of all kinds to protect themselves out there.  Make on-the-job safety a top priority.  If you’re considering having work done on your roof this summer, call us at 855-276-9655 today for a free estimate. Not only do we provide regular inspections, but we can help to repair current roofing systems that may be failing or we can install new roofing systems to best help you, your family and your business stay safe. There’s no job too small and no task too big. With offices in Fort Myers, Orlando, Sarasota and Miami, we’re here to help with all of your roofing needs.

NOW HIRING: SWFL Customer Concierge Representative

We’re hiring! Crown Roofing, a growing company with sales in excess of $50 million, is seeking a personable, well-rounded individual to fill the role of Customer Concierge Representative in our Southwest Florida office.  Candidate must obtain quality customer service skills, superb computer literacy and highly organizational methods.

Job Description

Field incoming calls between 8am and 5pm

Administration of In-House Tracking Program

Bid and Estimate Input

Assignment of All Operations, etc. to Appropriate Manager/Rep

Reporting Functions to Management

Appointment Setting

Data Administrator for System Uniformity

Receptionist Duties

Requirements: Proficient in Excel, Outlook, and Word, strong problem solving skills, accounting principles knowledge, documentation skills, research and resolution skills, data analysis, multi-tasking skills, ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing, ability to interact with employees and vendors in a professional manner, ability to work independently and with a team in a fast-paced and high volume environment with emphasis on accuracy and timelines, bilingual.

Our Customer Concierge Representatives are offered a competitive compensation package. Customer Concierge Representatives are paid a base salary plus applicable commissions. Benefits include: Health insurance, applicable monthly customer appreciation allowance, paid holidays, and paid time off (PTO) days. If your experience meets the requirements and you would like to be considered for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to jobs@crownrfg.com.

Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer/ Drug-Free Workplace

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Crown Roofing Featured in Business Observer

Crown Roofing was recently featured in Business Observer, the weekly newspaper for business leaders on the Gulf Coast of Florida.  Through an interview with the paper’s Managing Editor, Mark Gordon, the story unfolds, showcasing drive, talent, experience and exponential growth.

Starting just three years ago with $75,000 in savings, Guil Geneau and Chris Copeland launched a business and a dream.  Reaching for the company’s third-straight banner year, Crown Roofing predicts $50 million in sales this year.  In 2013, Crown did $6 million in sales, jumping to $18M in 2014 (up 200% from the previous year) and doubling to $36M in 2015.  Currently, Crown has 300 employees spread across four offices throughout Central, Southwest and South Florida.

Click here to check out the full story.

Crown Roofing in Business Observer

Guil Geneau, Sarasota-based Crown Roofing co-founder

Crown Roofing Is Hiring!

Crown Roofing Is Hiring!

Crown Roofing is seeking personable, well-rounded individuals to fill the roles of Service Manager and Commercial Roofing and Waterproofing Estimator.

Service Manager:

Candidate must be experienced in built-up roofing, single ply roofing, hot applied and torch roofing as well as sheet metal and waterproofing.   Ability to find leaks, prepare maintenance programs and manage roof assets for clients. Must have at least 10 years of experience in commercial flat and some residential steep slope roofing.  Good customer service skills, computer skills and ability to manage a team of service crews, administrative staff and supervisors.

Other responsibilities will involve:

  • Performing surveys and creating reports on roofing systems.
  • Preparing proposals for maintenance and repairs for roofs
  • Hire, train and manage service foreman, helpers and supervisors
  • Manage service department administrative staff
  • Manage billings, AR and job cost for service department
  • Meet goals for revenue, gross profits and net profitabilityof department.
  • Maintain relationships with clients to ensure 100% customer satisfaction.
  • Maintain fleet of vehicles for service, and inventory for tools, equipment and materials.

Requirements:

As a Service Manager you must be self-motivated, adaptable and have a persuasive personality. You must also have excellent verbal and written communication skills and strong active-listening skills.  In addition, you must be computer literate with Microsoft office products and the use of a smartphone.  Specific qualifications include:

  • At least 10 years commercial roofing experience.
  • Ambition to contribute like a partner with this growing business not just an employee
  • Seasoned networkedin the SEFL business circles with a preference in the construction field
  • Proven success in related role
  • The ability to follow up with customers, maintain positive relationships and CLOSE sales
  • Analytic and problem-solving abilities
  • Valid Florida Driver’s License

Commercial Roofing and Waterproofing Estimator

Candidate must be experienced in roof take-offs and estimate preparation with scope of work while maintaining growing new relationships and cultivating existing relationships with commercial contractors.  Must have at least 5-7 years of commercial estimating experience. Waterproofing knowledge is a plus!!   We will train the right candidate who possesses estimating experience in other trades and demonstrates good math, computer and interpersonal skills

Other responsibilities will involve:

  • Ensuring accurate estimates, pricing, adhering to company margins
  • Making sales presentations to commercial contractors
  • Preparing estimates and proposals to prospective customers
  • Proactively identifying and contacting potential customers
  • Maintaining a positive relationship with current contractors which results being recommended to building owner as best choice
  • Networking both during work hours and periodically after hours while representing the company at designated industry network groups
  • Maintaining assigned sales quotas and following established company guidelines
  • Outstanding customer service skills
  • Evaluating site conditions and preparing project estimate
  • Identifying site specific conditions which deviate from the standard project for specialty pricing
  • Closing on projects and estimates delivered to the customer
  • Estimating the date of project commencement for the customer based on your knowledge of production schedules
  • Maintaining proper sales reports

Requirements:

As an Estimator/Project manager you must be self-motivated, adaptable and have a persuasive personality. You must also have excellent verbal and written communication skills and strong active-listening skills.  In addition, you must be computer literate with Microsoft office products and the use of a smartphone.  Specific qualifications include:

  • At least 3-5 years commercial roofing estimating experience.
  • Ambition to contribute like a partner with this growing business not just an employee
  • Seasoned networker in the Miami business circles with a preference in the construction field
  • Proven success in closing and commercial sales is preferred
  • The ability to follow up with customers, maintain positive relationships and CLOSE sales
  • Analytic and problem-solving abilities
  • Valid Florida Driver’s License

Both positions come with an extensive Benefits Package:

These positions are offered a competitive compensation package including a base salary plus bonuses. Benefits include:

  • Health Insurance
  • A Company vehicle or allowance for business use and travel between work and home
  • Fuel card for company business
  • Monthly customer appreciation allowance
  • Paid holidays
  • Paid Time Off (PTO) days

If your experience meets the requirements, and you would like to be considered for this position, please submit your resume here: Service Manager // Commercial Roofing and Waterproofing Estimator.

Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer/ Drug-Free Workplace