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Residential Salesperson


Our Residential Sales Team is always looking for new members! See below for the job requirements.


*Have history of relationship based sales


*Experience with in-home sales a plus


*Comfortable with heights and ladder work


*Must be able to work in a team environment


*Knowledge of construction industry a plus


*Knowledge of insurance reconciliation a plus


*Highly self-motivated


*Position needs to have some flexibility – can include some early evening and occasional weekend work


*Clean driving record and a valid driver’s license


*Be able to create a great customer experience


*Help us maintain a positive, fun work culture



Interested?

Fill out the form above or send your resume to: steve.coloradoroofing@gmail.com

Residential Salesperson

Our Residential Sales Team is always looking for new members! See below for the job requirements.


Have history of relationship based sales

Experience with in-home sales a plus

Comfortable with heights and ladder work

Must be able to work in a team environment

Knowledge of construction industry a plus

Knowledge of insurance reconciliation a plus

Highly self-motivated

Position needs to have some flexibility – can include some early evening and occasional weekend work

Clean driving record and a valid driver’s license

Be able to create a great customer experience

Help us maintain a positive, fun work culture

Colorado Roofing offers a pefect fit.

Read below and that will be explained.


Before You Take That Roofing Sales Job.


Knocking doors is the single, greatest concern people have about this job. Maybe they’ve experienced some good success in other jobs, but when they imagine knocking on a door, they always imagine the doors as being locked.


Here is an example of some of the questions and tips we can answer for you about some roofing sales jobs.


Hi, I have just been offered a job with a roofing company that pays 40% of gross profits. I met a couple of their salesmen and they seemed happy with their jobs. They only work a few days a week and stated that they are happy with their income. They also impressed me as being down to earth, honest people.


I have been in sales for about seven years. I am not a slick individual, my sales have usually been a result of my ‘good ole boy’ persona and honesty, I sold mortgages through the internet. I intend to put in as much time as possible. I am just a little hesitant about going door to door. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.


Just Offered a Job


Congratulations on being offered a job with a roofing company. With unemployment hovering above 9%, it is nice to have an opportunity to make a living.


You’re going to get 40% of the Gross Profit. That sounds fair to me. There’s several roofing companies that start their new sales people out at 15% or 30%.


Only Work A Few Days A Week


The great thing about roofing sales is that you can work whenever you want to.


The bad thing about roofing sales is that you can work whenever you want to.


If you’re only going to work a few days a week, make sure that you work on the days when you’re most likely to sign contracts.


7 Best Times to Get a Contract


Any time you have an appointment


Right after you’ve signed your last contract


With the neighbors when there’s a roof in production.


Saturday during garage sale hours (10-2)


Tuesday evenings


Thursday evenings


Monday evenings


5 Worst Times to Get a Contract


Holiday weekends


Holiday weekdays


Friday evenings


Wednesday evenings


Extremely cold days


You can always knock doors during normal working hours (8 am – 5 pm), but you’re more likely to make contact with people at night after work.


One advantage to knocking doors during the day is that in a lot of households the wife is actually the decision maker. If you can catch a housewife home, you may have to come back to tie things down with the husband at night, but the decision has already been made by the time he gets home.


Work With Honest People


If you ever get to the place where you don’t trust your roofing company, get out of there immediately. Don’t wait around for things to get better or because they still owe you money. Leave. Leave now. Don’t look back. Trust me on this one.


Be Who You Are


If you’re the proverbial “Good Ole Boy”, stick with it because people just want to know that you’re real and they can trust you with their greatest investment… their home.


Trying to be something you’re not is the worst thing you can do in this business. When you first start selling roofs, you probably won’t sell many on your first visit. It may take you going back to those prospects several times before you finally get them in the boat with you. If you’re acting like somebody you’re not, you’re going to confuse them.


Remember this simple rule about selling: “Confused minds never buy!”


You’re right on target here… Just be who you are.


Hesitant About Going Door to Door


Even though this is what you originally commented about, I purposely saved this one for last because it is the most important.


Always pay attention to the 1st thing somebody says to you and the last thing they say… because one of the two will probably be the most important thing they say.


Reminds me of the tomb stone in the old cemetery that read, “I told you I was sick.”


“If you can’t see yourself knocking on doors, you can’t do this job.”


Knocking on doors is what this job is all about. It is the beginning and the end… When you begin knocking on doors, you’ll start making money. When you stop knocking on doors, the money will end.


There’s a few roofing companies out there that have put together programs where they give their sales people a steady supply of roofing leads every day to go out and run.


Those leads are extremely expensive to generate. As a result, their sales people get paid less than what you can make and they have more pressure to keep their job because the company is counting on them to keep the business open.


3 Valuable Door Knocking Tips


#1 Get Out Of The Truck


More roofing salesmen quit because they almost never get out of the truck. They’ll drive around endlessly acting like their door is welded shut.


Your odds of success go way up as soon as you get out of the truck, walk up to your first door, and knock.


#2 Get Them Talking


Eventually somebody is going to answer the door. After you introduce yourself and tell them why you’re there, resist the urge, with everything that’s in you, to tell them everything you know about roofing.


They were minding their own business when you knocked on their door. When you knocked, they thought to themselves, “Hey, somebody wants something from me. I better go see who it is. I hope it isn’t a salesperson…”


They aren’t coming to the door to listen to you talk. They’re coming to door because they’re curious. They want to know, “who thinks I am valuable enough to spend their time coming to my door?”


GIVE THEM WHAT THEY WANT!


One of the most valuable assets you’ll have in your roofing sales arsenal is the ability to get people talking about what’s important to them… their dog, their kid, their job, their vacation, etc.


Whatever it is, get them talking and you start listening. If you’ve done your job well enough, you’ll eventually earn the right to be heard in return.


They haven’t forgotten why you came to the door. It is in the back of their mind the whole time they’re talking to you. You’ll know when they’re ready for you to tell them more.


Resist the urge to lead the conversation. Learn how to control it by taking advantage of the openings your prospects give you as you earn their trust.


#3 Get To The Table


Think about this for a minute…


What’s the last thing you bought while standing at the front door of your home? Probably the most expensive thing you purchased was Girl Scout cookies or maybe a magazine subscription.


Important decisions are made in the home.


Important decisions are made over a cup of coffee.


Important decisions are made sitting down at a table.


If you can get in the home, you’ve earned the right to be considered for an important decision. Getting to the table doesn’t guarantee you the sale, but it is a guarantee that you’ll be seriously considered.


Your odds of closing go way up once you get invited to come inside.





Interested?

Fill out the form above or send your resume to: steve.coloradoroofing@gmail.com

			
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References


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