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Becoming a Roofing Contractor

To become a roofing contractor the path that is required can vary from state to state but many of the states share some of the basic requirements for licensing and training. When getting a license the process involves completing an application, paying a fee, and then taking the approved contractor exam. After meeting the other eligibility requirements and passing the exam, you will get your license to work as a roofing contractor.

The first and most important step is to check the laws in your state or city. This is to ensure that you are getting the right amount of training to take the examination to get your license. You will also be able to find out how to secure the contractor license that is required. You can get this information by contacting your state's department of licensing and inspections. You can also check out their official website.

Most states will require you to have hands-on experience in the field of roofing. To get this training you can find a job working with a roofer that is licensed as their trainee. How much work experience you will need depends on the state. After your training is over you should continue to work with the licensed roofer so you can get more experience before you get your license and possibly start your own company.

When you are training with the licensed roofing contractor you will need to learn more than the technical parts of replacing and repairing a roof. Most after getting their license will become self-employed so you should also learn the financial and business aspects of roofing. Since you are going to be dealing with clients, and suppliers you need to learn how to communicate with them correctly. Being self-employed, you will also have employees that you will have to communicate with so you need to make sure that those skills are good. If you want, you could take some business and accounting classes at your local community college to give you more experience and understanding of the business side of being a roofing contractor when you open your own business.

Once you are ready to take your contractor's exam you will have to submit the fee and completed application to the right licensing agency. You may also have to prove the amount of training and experience you have. In some states, you may have to have a criminal record and background check. Once you have passed your examination and received your license you need to make sure if you have to renew your roofing contractor license. If you do, you need to find out when and if there are any pre-requirements such as extra training to renew your license.


This article is penned by Lora Davis for Summit Roofing who is the best commercial roofing contractor in Salt Lake City. If you are looking for a professional and an experienced industrial roofing repair in Utah then Summit Roofing is the right company to hire.

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