roofing

Are you considering a career in Spray Polyurethane Foam roofing?

A career in Spray Polyurethane Foam roofing offers many benefits you might want to consider:

bullet Variety: You'll be working on different types of building projects because spray foam roofing systems can be applied to any kind of roof in any state you choose, varying your projects and places as you desire. Commercial or high-end residential, your spray foam roofing business will be able to do it all.
bullet Profits: According to a Dun and Bradstreet report, the 2000 roofing industry was composed of more than 30,000 roofing contracting firms. In 2001, the industry's sales were over $30 billion.
bullet Demand: Tight labor market conditions mean you'll be in demand as a trained SPF roofing contractor. What's more, you'll more than likely see an upturn in business rather than layoffs, despite a downturn in new construction projects. Why? Because 75% of roofing work is repair or re-roofing, demand for roofing services is less vulnerable to downturns in the economy than other construction trades.

Spray polyurethane foam roofing may be just the career you've been searching for. NCFI can help you establish and grow your business, one step at a time. For more information about getting started in your spray foam roofing application business, contact one of our trained business opportunity counselors today.

Why NCFI?
Our commitment to producing the highest quality Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) roofing systems is demonstrated daily in every plant of our internationally known company and by the specially trained, fully insured Tier One applicators who install our high-performance spray foam insulation systems throughout your building. The result of our dedication to bar-raising standards? We are the leader in the spray foam roofing industry. Doesn't it make sense to go with the industry leader as you begin your career in spray foam roofing?

For more information on how you can become a Tier One Spray Polyurethane Foam roofing contractor with NCFI, click here.


Resources

Health & Safety Training for SPF Applicators