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  1. 4 Questions Every Roofer Should Ask Themselves Before Signing a Contract

    Every contract you enter into has the potential to decide the course of a project. They are the quintessential factor for preventing and deciding legal disputes. So don’t you think you should give these important documents a little more consideration before signing on the dotted line?  Below, a roofing attorney discusses four questions you should ask yourself before signing a contract, including “What are my roofing insurance requirements?” Hopefully, by following our advice, you can…

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  2. Portable Ladders and Fall Protection

    How many times have you seen a meme or online video where someone uses a ladder in a manner so dangerous that you can hardly believe your eyes? Usually, the ladder in question is balanced so precariously that it’s only a matter of time before the ladder and its operator go tumbling down.  Falls like these regularly result in injury within the roofing industry. In fact, falls from portable ladders are so dangerous that the…

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  3. Fall Restraint Systems: Get Compliant Before It’s Too Late

    If you work within residential or commercial construction sector, it is crucial that every aspect of your business is compliant with the rules and regulations set forth by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Outside of ensuring that all of your workers are safe, no construction business owner wants to lose out on profits from something that could’ve been prevented by following OSHA regulations. There is perhaps no safety practice more important than fall…

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  4. The 2 Most Important Aspects of Any Roofing Project

    When it comes to roofing projects, an ardent dedication to quality builds is necessary for success. High-quality craftsmanship and attention to detail is what defines a trustworthy roofing contractor’s reputation which ultimately leads to their success. Ensuring that your product is one you stand by — one that outperforms your competitors — is one of the most important aspects of any roofing business. But all of your hard work will be for naught if you…

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