OSHA

In this episode, Daniel discusses why this is an important difference. Think knowing how your contractor pays their employees is none of your business? It actually will tell you a lot about how the company does business,  and the quality of work you’ll end up with. Ask the right questions. Podcast Transcription: RoofLifeB027-193 Shayla: You… Read more »

Paying by the piece is a way that roofing companies get away with paying their employees less than they are worth. Roofers are paid in one of two ways: by the piece or by the hour. We all know how hourly works. The more hours you work, the more you get paid. And if you… Read more »

After working in and around your home for many years, you might develop a relationship with your landscaper or handyman, but unless that person is insured and bonded, do not let them get on your roof. Your landscaper may offer to get up on the roof to clear off leaves, pollinizers, or tree debris in… Read more »

OSHA exists to protect us. It was originally formed to keep us from hurting ourselves and to make sure we go home to our families every night. They constantly update the rules, and recently changed regulations regarding roofers securing off while on a roof. Regulations used to state that if we worked on any thing… Read more »