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This RCS series will help you understand how to help homeowners work through the complexity of insurance claims to get a roof that will withstand the next storm. Trent Lovewell of WeatherGuard, Inc. an Omaha, NE roofing contractor and Aaron Adams, Central Regional Manager for DaVinci Roofscapes, discuss the importance of performance products in restoration efforts and long-term sustainability after natural disasters. Be sure to join us to learn how to work with both homeowners and insurance companies to create long-term winning solutions!
In this webinar, podcast and transcript you will learn that there are only a few programs, if any, of its kind currently existing in the roofing industry.
The program is open to everyone and once accepted, apprentices can earn an Apprentice Completion Certificate (journey-level recognition) upon completion of the program with periodic hourly rate increases throughout.
They can also earn 17 credit hours toward an Associate of Science degree, or toward a degree-seeking, construction focused track. It includes 4,000 hours (divided into four phases) of On the Job Training (OJT) work instruction and 392 hours of online and classroom instruction. The program leadership will share how it is working and how they see this type of program helping the roofing industry overall.
The WTI Apprenticeship Program is an accredited, non-union affiliated, US Department of Labor sanctioned program that is registered under WTI (Weatherproofing Technologies, Inc.) a subsidiary of Tremco.
Heidi J. Ellsworth talks to Mark MacDonald of Sherwin Williams about how contractors can add more metal roofing installations to their roofing business and make more profit on every job. Sherwin Williams is focused on helping roofing contractors learn how to estimate, purchase and install more metal. It is an opportunity for roofing contractors who have been installing asphalt to offer additional roofing systems that are attractive to new and current customers that offer better margins. This webinar will deliver action items and strategies that include the use of technology, marketing and purchasing that can add diversification and profit to any roofing contractors.
Find out how GranuLock™ factory-applied granule surfacing, anti-wicking fabric technology and RooF-ID™ are changing the conversations between building owners and roofing contractors. Tremco Roofing is incorporating these technologies and more in their POWERply Endure membranes and roofing systems. Learn about their national certified contractor network and how it could be part of your business.
Join Amie Grant, WTI Education and Community Outreach Coordinator and Joey Lee III, WTI Construction Manager as they discuss the opportunities through Akron University to obtain a construction degree. Created in collaboration with the University of Akron with roofing professional needs and aspirations in mind, WTI, a subsidiary of Tremco Roofing, offering 100% of online tuition once accepted students can also gain invaluable work experience as a part-time or full-time WTI employee. You can choose between an Associate of Science degree or a Bachelor of Organizational Supervision degree, both in Construction Management. This webinar will layout the process to obtain a construction degree and real-life success stories.
Trent Cotney joined Heidi Ellsworth to discuss Roofing Contract Provisions. This webinar focuses on five of the most important commercial and residential roofing contract provisions with the opportunity to ask Trent Cotney important legal questions concerning overall contract provisions. Presented by Trent Cotney Moderated by Heidi J. Ellsworth
Listen and watch as Heidi J. Ellsworth joins the experts from Trimble, a leader in construction technology, as they share how the younger generation are starting businesses and how current roofing professionals can keep up with new technology and innovative solutions.
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With current labor shortages, the ability to work year-round and take the seasonality out of roofing is more important than ever. Working during the winter months helps roofing contractors keep laborers employed year-round, leading to diminished backlogs, increased business and overall customer satisfaction. During this webinar learn about new technologies in roofing systems and coatings that are extending the roofing season even in temperatures as cold as 20 degrees below zero.
Many roofing companies shy away from coatings due to the unknowns. A few have had an unpleasant experience. If you set up your project correctly you will find that the coatings side to your business can be extremely lucrative. You can provide a superior roof for your clients and save untold amounts of money in labor, production, and materials. This seminar will provide the three top tips for success and how to incorporate it into your roofing business.
Jesse Martinson of SureCoat Systems explains how he developed a successful maintenance division that is very profitable. He will walk attendees through the program and demonstrate through project case studies how to create a new or better profit center and how to project out the revenue that will come in future years.