WHAT A ROOFER DOES ON AN AVERAGE DAY

We have all seen roofers working around our neighborhoods, and a good number of us have actually had roofers working on our homes. Roofers are as much a part of the mechanics of everyday life in this country as any other worker out there, and as the roofing industry grows, roofers will only become a more fundamental part of basic home upkeep in this country. Recently a major roofing agency released an article that details the basic day of a roofer in this country. The roofing agency, www.academyroofinginc.com, followed several roofers around on an average day and documented what goes on in the daily routine of a roofer, in order to inform anyone who may be curious about a roofers day to day. In the short article below we have created a summary of the general points concerning a day in the life of a roofer.

The first thing a roofer does after eating breakfast in the morning is check his or her emails in order to see what sites he has to go out and evaluate on a given day. A huge part of a roofer’s business is all about visiting different work sites in order to give estimations and provide clients with information about what will be required in order to get their roofs back in shape. Roofers will check dozens of roofs on a daily basis, usually making roof checks the first thing on the list for their busy day. If a roofer isn’t getting calls to come out and see what problem their roofs have then they are not going to be getting much business, as providing evaluation for roof problems is one of the cornerstones of the roofing industry.

After making the rounds and checking on possible new work, the roofer will then head to his current job site in order to get to work on the roofing contracts that he has for that day. Different types of roofers specialize in different kinds of roof work, so the difference between one roofer’s day and another roofer’s day will likely depend on the kind of work that he specializes in. If a roofer does a lot of roof replacement work, he may spend the majority of his day between the worksite and the area in which the actual roof is being constructed. If the roofer does mainly patching and replacing roof tiles, his day will be spent almost entirely on top of the roof. No matter what kind of work he may do, the roofer’s day is long and taxing.

The last stops of the day for the modern roofer will be checking out previous jobs. Roofers almost always work with a guarantee of some sort when they perform a roofing repair or replacement, so there is always a period of time following a roofing job when the roofer will check his work out from time to time. If any repairs made by a roofer need to be redone or reinforced then the last stop of the day will be dedicated to that work.