Roofing is the construction industry’s best-kept secret. Until now.
The commercial and residential roofing industry is booming, with demand for 19,000 new jobs expected by 2028. Why? Buildings are big business, and protecting, maintaining and repairing properties – from homes to stadiums – is critical to the long-term investment in any building project. It’s why hard-working, dedicated roofers and Roofing Salespersons can expect a starting wage of $45,970 per year (or $23.22/hour).
Now is the perfect time to begin a career in roofing with All Seasons Roofing School Academy We are designed to help you build the necessary skills for an entry-level position for $2999.00, All Seasons Roofing School Academy combines classroom and on-the-roof training with access to job opportunities when you graduate.
There are no education or previous work requirements for the program because we have some of our best candidates have no construction experience. Come learn a trade and profession how to make to start making $72,000 a year after graduation.
We offer in house no credit check financing.
We will finance your $2999.00
Installation is just the beginning.
If you think installation is your only career option in roofing, think again. There are a lot of different ways to make a living in the industry. Best of all, your path is wide open to grow into positions at all levels.
Project Manager: Manage each stage of roofing installation and repairs to finish projects on-time and within budget.
Responsibilities: project planning and cost analysis
Service Tech: A highly skilled roofing mechanic.
Responsibilities: inspections and identifying leak sources
Foreman: Oversee roofing crews and projects.
Responsibilities: managing crew members, crew safety, communicating with clients
Supervisor: Manage a larger roofing team.
Responsibilities: scheduling, assigning, and demonstrating roofing work, inspecting work-in-progress and finished projects
Salesperson: Selling roofing materials and products.
Responsibilities: communicate with homeowners or facility managers, roofing businesses, and construction companies
Estimator: Provide/lead estimating for larger-scale, commercial projects.
Responsibilities: taking measurements, inspecting existing roof material, investigating local codes
Insurance Specialist: Assist homeowners and building owners with insurance claims for property damage.
Responsibilities: inspecting roofs, working with insurance adjusters
These programs are not available online, requiring as much as 202 hours of classroom and on-the-job training (10 Weeks)
Participants learn about: