7 Ways You Can Grow Your Roofing Business Part 4

If you work in the roofing industry as a business owner, chances are that you are constantly considering ways to fine-tune your business model for better results. Even if you have enjoyed watching your business grow exponentially over the last decade, you can always tweak a few things to see even more improvement and success. 

In this four-part article, members of the Roofing Alliance, the Foundation of the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA), are discussing ways that roofing companies can achieve this goal. This includes:

  • In part one, we discussed business owners that provide education and training opportunities for their workforce.
  • In part two, we covered businesses that are investing in the newest technologies and creating sustainable designs. 
  • In part three, we discussed roofing companies that commit themselves to philanthropic endeavors that support their community and the roofing industry. 

In this final section, we will be discussing what can be gained from valuable in-person connections with other professionals in the industry and the benefits of joining a national organization that’s committed to the future of the industry. If you are interested in supporting an organization that encourages roofing professional development opportunities, learn more by visiting the Roofing Alliance website. 

6) Taking Advantage of In-Person Networking

Along with strong and consistent marketing, another way to grow your business is to take advantage of in-person networking events. Although it’s important to have your business represented with online efforts, there is an unmistakable power to face-to-face interactions. Whether it’s attending local roofing chapter meetings, trade shows, community events, or through charities, when professionals get together in an intimate setting, they can learn each other’s origin stories, develop close connections, collaborate to develop strategies that improve their processes, and create lifelong friendships and long-term business relationships. The power of networking can be crucial in helping your business build valuable connections that can lead to exciting, new business opportunities.   

7) Join a National Organization 

For long-term success in roofing, you must be forward-thinking. Established in 1996, the Roofing Alliance was established within the National Roofing Foundation (NRF) to create a permanent endowment fund to serve as a highly focused resource for the roofing industry and its customers.” Today, the Roofing Alliance remains constant in its pursuit to improve technology and research, philanthropy, education, training, sustainability, and other important objectives vital to the future of roofing. 

Members of the Roofing Alliance are highly successful roofing contractors, manufacturers, and suppliers who support these initiatives. Joining a national organization like the Roofing Alliance not only improves communities and the future of the industry, it also provides you with the opportunity to connect with other outstanding roofing professionals  that can provide you with the right guidance and lifelong lessons that you can incorporate into your business model.       

Membership opportunities with the Roofing Alliance are available to all roofing professionals. For more information on our organization’s objectives or how you can make a commitment to the Roofing Alliance, please contact us today.