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Covid-19 Business Tips for Roofers
The Covid-19 pandemic has had serious implications for businesses and economies all over the world. Some business owners have had an unprecedented break from work. A break, even a forced one, allows you to think about your business.
Take a financial literacy course
Online platforms such as Udemy, Coursera, and edX offer excellent courses. Taking a short financial literacy course will help you:
- Effectively manage debt
- Understand the time value of money
- Allocate resources
- Learn how to calculate interest
- Plan for Investment.
- Keep up with industry trends
Roofing is an essential part of homes. Schedule time to improve your knowledge on new and innovative roofing possibilities. This knowledge allows you to offer up to date and relevant roofing solutions to your customers.
Streamline business operations
There is always a way to improve operational efficiency. Take time to pinpoint areas that need improvement. Focus on introducing cost effective measures, without skimming on the quality. Outline a plan that helps you:
- Improve communication channels
- Record productivity e.g. time tracking
- Improve motivation e.g. gamification
- Plan additional employee training
- Minimise waste of products
- Keep your insurance updated
To keep your business protected keep all your coverages updated
- Builder’s Risk Insurance – is an insurance to protect against damage to property under construction. It offers additional coverage against the loss and damage of equipment within the construction site.
- General Contractors Liability Insurance – This policy protects a business from claims made due to customer injury, lawsuits and property damage.
Boost online presence
As an addition to the above business tips for roofers, we recommend boosting your online presence. An online presence is one of the best ways to make sure that your business is seen. This could be though making regular social media posts or blogs, updating your contact information, and responding to customer queries. A regular online presence leaves a lasting impression on potential customers.
- Adapting your technology to the new working normal.
- Beyond the pandemic.
- Business interruption cover under COVID-19.
- Clear contracts during uncertain times.
- Coronavirus and force majeure.
- Coronavirus impact survey.
- Ensuring a green recovery beyond the pandemic.
- Flat roof defects.
- How to waterproof a rooflight.
- Identifying COVID-19 scams.
- Survey records business projections after coronavirus storm.
- Types of roof.
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