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We are happy to announce that as a Sponsor, Construct-Ed has agreed to make several courses available to our forum members that they can redeem their points for. Each course is 15,000 points and there will be 9 passes for each course. Courses include:
Houzz.com has become one of the most valuable marketing tools in the Home Services Industry. It’s used to help homeowners and designers find looks that they like, and even find contractors to do the work they want. Watch this online training course to learn what your company needs to do to be part of the Online Evolution.
If you are an estimator for a company involved in the residential or commercial roofing industry, you are aware of how important a core cut is to developing qualified bids for your roofing projects. In this online training course, Instructor Mike Shultz will teach you proper technique for a clean core cut so that you can gather on the details you need to for a successful bid or estimate on an EPDM roof.
Offering a roof estimate to a customer begins by going to the site and completing an onsite takeoff of the roof system. This site visit includes measuring the roof system as well as taking photos and interviewing the building tenant. These steps are required to complete an accurate estimate and a profitable project for your company. While you are there, you need to be able to take photos that will allow you, another estimator or a project manager to be able to review the project. As they say, a picture tells a thousand words – especially in roofing! Your Instructor, Mike Shultz, will teach you how to properly take photos of the roofing site. This includes images of the roof from roof top as well as images of the staging and setup area. These images are then used to provide an overview of the project as well as convey specific details that were found during the site visit.
We encourage you to check out the entire line of advanced construction learning that Construct-Ed offers.