Roofing 101 – The Basics of Residential and Commercial Roofing

Roofing 101 – The Basics of Residential and Commercial Roofing

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Course Title:

Roofing 101 – The Basics of Residential and Commercial Roofing

Course Length:

2 hours

Course Overview:

Learn the basics of different roofing systems, components, and understand how they work together to keep your structure dry.

Roofing is a profession that every General Contractor needs to understand in order to give their clients the most accurate bids and production schedules. As a successful roofer himself, Joe Keller knows this industry inside and out, and in this course, he presents the basics of the trade of commercial and residential roofing:

  • What is roofing?
  • The differences between commercial and residential roofing jobs
  • Different materials needed and when/how to use them
  • Job costing
  • Managing a project

The course will also cover some important topics and insights for running a commercial or residential roofing business in the North Carolina market, where Joe has been working for over two decades. This information can apply to whatever trade you specialize in.

Most owners started their business because they were the best at whatever they do. Good roofers start roofing companies, great plumbers start plumbing companies, etc. But what many owners lack on their resume before they start their own company is actually running a company. Entrepreneurs start and run companies with clear and distinct plans, and oftentimes with the previous experience of having run a company. They are also often NOT the best builder, project manager, roofer, or electrician.  But they ARE the best at running their business and planning out their success. And what you’ll see is that planning and execution – and the important difference between the two, is critical to your success.

We invite you to learn the basics of different both commercial and residential roofing systems, components, and to better understand how they work together to keep your structure dry.