The roofing industry is a growing industry.
With the exception of specialty companies like AQUA and FLEX, the industry has a high turnover rate.
With a typical business turnover of 4% and turnover of over $300 million per year, that means that in just 3-5 years, a business is going to lose a lot of money.
And even after it’s done with the business, the business is still going to be losing money.
The problem is that for the average business, if they lose a quarter, they’re still going down the drain.
If you lose a $10,000 sale or $100,000 business, you’re still not going to make much money.
If you lose $50,000, you still aren’t going to get anywhere.
But the roofing business isn’t the only one that has a lot to lose.
The insurance industry has also been hit hard.
Insurance companies lost over $200 billion last year.
This loss was attributed to the economic recession, but the loss was also attributed to higher rates of medical malpractice, medical malversation, and personal injury claims.
With this downturn, the cost of health care has been skyrocketing.
The average cost of an individual insured with a family plan has risen from $8,400 in 2009 to $17,000 in 2016.
The average premium for an individual with a group plan has gone up from $9,800 to $20,000 over the same time period.
And this increase in costs has been driven by increased premiums for catastrophic coverage.
As more and more people get sicker, the costs of the insurance will go up, and the cost to insure these people will go down.
In fact, a recent study found that insurance premiums went up by over 80% in 2016 and 2017, while the average annual deductible went up from 6,200 to 9,400.
But if you’re a company with a large roofing contract, it’s not just your own business that’s at risk.
When your roofing contractor or subcontractor starts losing money, it means you’re going to have to lay off staff and cut jobs.
And the more you cut back, the more expensive it will be to keep the roof intact.
So what can you do to stay ahead of the game?
One of the best ways to keep your roof is to invest in the best-trained and experienced roofing contractors in the world.
So the next time your company loses $100k or more, do yourself a favor and get a roofing consulting business.
You can save yourself thousands of dollars over time by hiring the right roofing consultants.