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Mobile CRMs – A helping Hand for Roofing Industry in USA

  The roofing industry in US is now transforming from a system of papers with narrow future potential towards a mission-critical cloud based data management system called CRM. This is self-evident from increased demand and interest of roofing contractors in U.S., as technological invasion towards customer relationship and sales-tracking software. Referring to CRM, an acronym of Customer Relationship Management, is a modern intuitive set of tools with distinguishing characteristics helping roofing contractors to manage the customer service side of their businesses. From managing accounts receivable, invoicing, inventory, estimating, designs towards interaction with different stakeholders, site supervisors or even managing day to day works on-the-go; the CRM can do the trick for you. With drastic evolution of mobile technology over the years, customer’s perception and expectation on state of the art customer experience well-conversant with their life style, demands an outstanding cus

The importance of proper cricket flashing behind chimney roof valley

You are living in a zone of hefty rains and dense snowfall and that’s why you have this pitched or slanting roof above you. This is because you know that the best way to avoid ingress of precipitation is to drain it away as quickly as possible. What if you were shown that regardless of having these lofty slopes, your roof is inundated by snow dams and water ponds? And icing-on-the-cake is that the culprit is chimney, the stack which vents out hot smoke from your home. When would you require a chimney cricket on your roof? When the chimney of your house is located at downward slope of your roof and is more than 30 inches in width; it is likely to form a chimney roof valley. This valley if left unattended would allow the seeping water to accumulate. This accumulation is perilous for masonry of the chimney as well as for your roofing system. As this area is behind the chimney wall it is therefore least noticeable from the ground; because of this reason it is mostly overlooked by t

Roof and Attic Ventilation: 5 reasons that mark it serious

There is no denying how disheartening it is to see mold in your loft or attic and we recommend you to not succumbed by such infestation of spores. Inadequate and ineffective attic ventilation kick-starts the rotting process and this damage is not only stressful but it could also set you back many bucks in water-months each year. The fact of the matter is that whilst rampart mold development is being removed, a plan with unparalleled foresight to obviate and prevent it by efficient attic ventilation must not be ignored. While being in Portland or peripheral cities in states of North West, you are braced with moist climate and houses are therefore susceptible for an aggravated as well as repetitive attic mold development. So this read will guide you about the importance of roof top and attic ventilation and how it would affect over all life span of your roofing system.   Essentials of Roof & Attic Ventilation You might have already observed vented roofs and attics having a ri

Top 10 Home Renovation Mistakes

Whether you’re thinking to refurbish and redecorate your house as a whole or a part of it, you might not know all the gamesmanship of renovation industry. All the first-timers out there, like you, must not readily jump into it without preliminaries. Because of ample decisive factors out there, peers are seeing renovation as a tough and tricky project. Your goal oriented investment could take you to next level of property ownership which otherwise could be a costly setback.         So keep reading because you would now be introduced to those common yet deadliest home renovation mistakes that have been collected from worthwhile experience of renovation consultants and interior designers. As a gift I would also explain some tricks that would save many bucks for you, guaranteed! 1.    Starting Project Too Soon So the day you bought a house and you think it is eyeing fussy without living in there for a day or two. This is the most common renovation mistake and a blunder that’s why I