Connecting your Roof Inspections to Your Sales Process

Mastering the art of inspection is crucial for both contractors and customers. In Part 1 of this Masterclass series with Matt, he talked about the value of having a roof inspection process, and how to set one up. In this Part 2, Matt talks to Nic about connecting your inspection process to your sales.

First, Matt talks about the importance of appearing professional, both in look and action. This attention to detail sets the stage for a successful inspection, signaling expertise and respect to the homeowner. Matt Danskin highlighted the comprehensive approach taken by the Building Experts Institute towards training contractors. Their courses cover everything from identifying hail damage on asphalt shingle roofs to understanding the science behind roofing materials and damage assessments. This level of detail builds a contractor's confidence, which in turn, instills trust in their clients.

Matt and Nic also touch upon practices post-inspection, emphasizing the value of continuous communication and education with clients. This includes managing expectations concerning insurance claims and ensuring that any additional findings during repairs are properly documented and communicated.

This Masterclass underscores a critical point: Roofing inspections go beyond assessing damage. They are an opportunity to build trust, demonstrate professionalism, and ensure the homeowner's peace of mind.

Published on
May 22, 2024
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