Roofing leads are always a great way to bring in new customers. The roof is often the homeowner’s first priority, and then they may need their gutters cleaned out or some landscaping done. All of these small jobs can be used as an opportunity to upsell potential customers on other services that you offer.
When someone has already gone through the trouble of contacting you about one thing, it becomes easier to talk them into another service or product while they’re there at your work site. If you provide any type of emergency repair service like locksmithing or plumbing, lead generation from those needs will also help generate future business for when something goes wrong with people’s homes and things break down unexpectedly.
Some ways in which a new customer might find out about your company are: reading a blog post, a referral from someone they know, or seeing you on social media.
The best way to generate new leads is by investing in your website and updating it regularly with fresh content that’s relevant for the current season. If potential customers can’t find what they’re looking for on your site then those people are going to go elsewhere where their search results will be more plentiful. It takes time to build up traffic through blogging but eventually it’ll start snowballing because of the amount of new posts you put out each day.”
A roof has many functions: protecting us from weather like rain, snow, hail storms; providing safe passage between levels whether we’re entering or exiting our home; keeping water away from our interior floors so mold and mildew don’t grow and cause damage.
The roof is often the homeowner’s first priority, and then they may need their gutters cleaned out or some landscaping done.”