Online Roofer
Training

Online Courses For Roof Inspections

Course Includes

1. How To Identify Storm Damage

2. How to Perform a Home Site Inspection

3. How to Fill Out a Roofing Inspection Checklist

4. How to Document Storm Damage at the Jobsite

5. How to Measure a Roof

6. Quiz

Storm Inspection Training

$ 199
/ User
  • 1 Month Access
  • Mobile Friendly
  • Self-Paced

Why Storm Restoration Inspection Training Matters

Roof inspections and siding inspections are arguably the most important part of the storm restoration process for roofing companies. A proper inspection impacts the job at all stages of the process (approvals, supplements, ordering, installation, etc.) and is a key component of profitability. That being said, most roofing companies do not invest enough to ensure that their sales reps and back-office staff are running the most effective inspections possible. This creates all sorts of problems for contractors, resulting in slower cash flow and unhappy customers.

 Elite Storm School’s Storm Restoration Inspection Training was specifically designed after working with over a hundred contractors in our supplementing service. We noticed that there weren’t any great resources out there for contractors to purchase and so many contractors were dealing with the same challenges as they brought on new sales reps. At a price point that costs less than one botched material order, there are few investments you can make in this industry that will generate more value for your business.  

How to Perform a Test Square

Track sales Rep Training Progress

Track your new hire’s online training progress to make sure they are taking the courses and passing the quizzes.

F.A.Q.

This training bundle includes the following courses:

  • How to Identify Storm Damage
  • How to Perform a Home Site Inspection
  • How to Fill Out a Roofing Inspection Checklist
  • How to Document Storm Damage at the Jobsite
  • How to Measure a Roof

YES! All roofer training courses offered by Elite Claim Solutions have a quiz and certificate for those who pass. Owners or your company’s designated point of contact will have access to quiz scores and course completion data to hold your staff accountable. The quizzes are not easy by design. That way you know that if your new sales rep or office manager / admin passes, they are truly proficient in the basics of roofing. Certifications will also allow us to build a talent pool in your local market from which to draw from in-future hires.

How to Identify Storm Damage goes in depth on:

  • How to Identify Hail Damage on a Roof, Soft Metals, and Vinyl Siding
  • How to Identify Wind Damage on a Roof, Soft Metals, and Vinyl Siding
  • The Difference between Hail and Mechanical Damage
  • Insurance Standards for Hail and Wind Damage
  • How to Mark Hail and Wind Damage to Show the Insurance Adjuster

Thoroughly inspecting the property is crucial to succeeding in the storm restoration industry. A proper inspection will help you make the sale, prove your case to insurance carriers, plan for the construction stage AND prevent liabilities down the road.

  • Tools for an Insurance Inspection
  • Paperwork and Forms for the Job
  • How to Prepare for the Inspection Appointment
  • How to Write a Damage Inspection Report
  • How to Document Storm Damage on Siding
  • How to Document Storm Damage on a Roof
  • How to Properly Mark-Up Storm Damage on a Roof, Siding, and Soft Metals
  • How to Document Pre-Existing Conditions
  • How to Request Tarps on Jobs
  • How to Document Access Issues
  • Detach & Reset (D&R) vs Remove and Replace (R&R)

Elite recommends using an inspection checklist on every job. In this course, we will walk you through the Elite inspection checklist and how you should use it if you want to make the most out of your jobs.

  • What is an Inspection Checklist
  • How to Fill Out the Siding Section of the Inspection Checklist
  • How to Fill Out the Roofing Section of the Inspection Checklist
  • How to Fill Out the Gutter Section of the Inspection Checklist
  • How to Fill Out the Interior Section of the Inspection Checklist

It is always a good idea to take photos that document storm damage, photos that document what exists on a house, and photos during production/installation because there could be opportunities for additional money to be made on the claim. In this course, we’ll show you what types of photos you need to take in order to get paid from the insurance carriers.

  • Why You Should Take Photos
  • Photos 101
  • Photos You Need to Make More Money
  • Production Photos
  • Completion Photos

In this course you will learn why measurements are necessary on every job, how to take your own measurements, and some of the measuring software available to you.

  • Why You Need Measurements
  • Taking Your Own Measurements
  • Aerial Roof Measurement Softwares

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