Your job then as a prospective client is to do your research into the various aspects of the
Yes, there are no specific educational requirements for roofing professionals although a high school education is a must with courses in mathematics, mechanical reading and blueprint reading as well as practical shop skills being useful. Roofers learn their trade on the job and/or enroll in formal apprenticeship programs. These programs can last for up to 3 years with each year consisting of 2,000 hours of on-the-job training and 144 hours of classroom technical training.
Such training and work experience even at this phase means that roofing professionals know what they are doing as soon as they set out for themselves, either to work for roofing companies or to set up their own businesses. The main difference is that a few roofing professionals will be more equipped in skills, more updated on the industry trends, and more innovative in their approach than their run-of-the-mill counterparts.
Track Record Among Clients and the Community
- materials used
- laborers hired for the job
- delivery of the agreed products and services according to a timetable
- customer service (i.e., communication channels like phone lines, action on concerns raised before, during and after the project, and staff behavior toward clients)
Obviously, when the