Premier Roofing week 4 and 5

Well it’s been an interesting one.

Let’s see we sandbagged week 4 because I couldn’t really get anything going, it was the weird middle ground of running out of potential customers on my old street and just starting out a new street and trying to earn the trust of my customers in the area. I only had 1 sale and 1 PFYNR ($300 total) for that week and we pushed those onto week 5.

Now week 5 gets me heated. Very heated. It turned out well I made $1100 on the week but in all honesty, it should’ve been around a $1500 week. The last $400 could have been made up very easily with some customers doing their part and communicating with me. It would have worked out much better on both of our ends. That was very frustrating but now the wheels are turning on this beast of a position I am in. Week 5’s slightly disappointing results should lead into a stellar week 6. I would like to finish the week at $2,000 but we will see how we do, as I’ve mentioned previously some of this is simply out of my control. I mean when I call and text a customer 3 separate times over the course of 5 days for some information and they don’t deliver it to me and I knock on their door trying to get a hold of them there’s not much more I can do.

I also can’t control when my supervisor gets his paperwork and estimates together, I am waiting on two of those to be completed to schedule 2 PFYNR’s this week. Either way though, I have finally been gaining traction and gaining momentum in the areas I’ve been working in. With my first build happening on Wednesday this week and several insurance inspections already scheduled for Monday, Tuesday and possibly Wednesday we should be getting well on our way here shortly.

A couple more street signs, couple more claims approved, couple more builds and we will be moving forward with so much momentum and reach that I will be pulling money in hopefully. It was just a shame that we ran into some claims that didn’t go through because of bad luck, lack of communication, and drones that don’t do a very good job at inspecting. Either way we’ll keep pushing on like we always have.

This is absolutely needed because I am well below what I need to average to make the equivalent amount that I did last summer. I will do my best to update you but definitely check out my twitter @bsquaredweb10, my Instagram @ bsquared.website and of course this blog.

I will be doing my best to keep the content rolling and keep providing value and inspiration to my followers. I had a message in my inbox for a while on Instagram (it was in the requested message potion, sorry it took 3 weeks for me to notice it!) and it was the first time that someone said they actively followed me and were inspired by what I was doing and was asking what they should be doing. That was a huge honor for me and I hope I can inspire and help others soon!

Tell me what you think!