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Business Fundamentals for Roofing Contractors

Business Fundamentals for Roofing Contractors

If you are a roofing contractor, or just looking for more information on the roofing side of business you need this book. 

Price: $129.99
Product Code/ISBN: 3443
Year: 2010
Publisher: NRCA


Roofing contracting isn’t easy, which is why you need the Business Fundamentals for Roofing Contractors.  If you are a roofing contractor, or just looking for more information on the roofing side of business you need this book.  It will teach you everything you need to know about the roofing business and how to create a sturdy business company.  When you sit down and study the Business Fundamental for Roofing Contractors you will be amazed at how it lays out the major issues and problems that you will face when operating a roofing contracting business.  The text will give you everything clearly and directly through their seven chapters which include: contracts, business structure, insurance and bonds, risk management, financial management, essentials of marketing, and government regulation.  So if you are looking to get into the roofing contracting business, or just need to study up on some fundamentals, then this is the book for you.  Don’t delay in getting your copy today!

 

About the publisher: The NRCA (National Roofing Contractors Association) was established in 1886 and includes all roofing segments such as: distributors, contractors, manufacturers, engineers, architects, consultants, building owners as well as city, county, and state governments.  By having so many organizations involved the NRCA can provide the most up-to-date information to the roofing community about technology, procedures, education, and advocacy.  They are also tasked with helping their members better serve and better communicate with their customers.  They have over 3,500 members in over 50 states and 53 countries while over one third of their membership has been in business for more than 25 years.  The members range from companies that make sales less than $1 million annually to companies that have sales totaling over $20 million at the end of the year.  They are led by a board of directors and executive committee officers.