Residential Metal Roofing Executive Report Marketing, Lead Generation, In-Home Sales, Installation, Referral Maximization

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Issue #155 | August 6, 2020 | Todd Miller

Making Sure Your Contracting Business Has A Solid Foundation

I hope this finds you well. We continue to hear from contractors across the country that they are as busy as can be. In fact, many are telling us that May – July was one of the busiest three-month periods in the history of their company. That’s fantastic! While we suspect there will be some… ( read more )

Issue #154 | July 23, 2020 | Ethan Young

6 Reasons Metal Roofing is Great for Contractors

I hope this finds you well. A few thoughts – no doubt you are staying busy while seeing lots of changes occur in the home improvement marketplace. We are seeing an increasingly ripe opportunity for marketing-oriented home improvement contractors such as yourself in high-end residential metal roofing. Residential metal roofing is a growing market with… ( read more )

Issue #153 | July 1, 2020 | Todd Miller

Life After COVID-19: Focus on Financial Stability and Preparedness

I hope this finds you well. First, as a reminder, Isaiah Industries will be closed on Friday, July 3 to allow our families extra time together for the Fourth of July holiday. Now, in this issue of the Executive Report, we will continue to look at strategies to help home improvement contractors “jive and thrive”… ( read more )

Issue #152 | June 16, 2020 | Todd Miller

Life After COVID-19: Help for the Here and Now

I hope this finds you well. The last three issues of the Residential Metal Roofing Executive Report have discussed how to “Prepare For Life After COVID-19.” With construction being re-opened in many states (if it ever closed), and life starting to take on some feeling of normalcy, home improvement contractors are facing changes yet again…. ( read more )

Issue #151 | May 27, 2020 | Todd Miller

Preparing For Life After COVID-19: Part 3

I hope this finds you well and figuring out ways to “jive and thrive” during these unusual times. We are seeing things really “heat up” in terms of inquiries, quotes, and, yes, orders. (We especially love orders as they give us great things to do!) As a manufacturer of specialty residential metal roofing systems, Isaiah… ( read more )

Issue #150 | May 5, 2020 | Todd Miller

Preparing For Life After COVID-19: Part 2

I hope this finds you well, safe, and productive. The word gets used non-stop lately but these are “unprecedented” times. But, out of unprecedented times, those who are resilient, determined, and tenacious always rise to new levels of knowledge, activity, and success. While some companies will “connive yet dive” as the result of COVID-19, others… ( read more )

Issue #149 | April 21, 2020 | Todd Miller

Life After COVID-19 – Are You Ready?

I hope that this finds you well and safe. I want to start out by reminding you that we have a prayer team here at Isaiah Industries that would be humbled to pray for any specific needs you have. Please feel free to email me if that is the case and I will get the… ( read more )

Issue #148 | March 25, 2020 | Todd Miller

Surviving COVID-19: You Must Sell in the Midst of Crisis

I hope this finds you healthy. Isn’t that the key these days? So far, from what I have seen, most states have allowed construction projects (and manufacturers of construction materials) to continue to operate. Of course, all are directed to take steps to ensure the health and safety of their team and their customers. Tomorrow,… ( read more )

Issue #147 | March 20, 2020 | Todd Miller

Webinar – Dealing with the Coronavirus Situation

Through Isaiah Industries’ special relationship with Dave Yoho & Associates, we are pleased to bring to your attention the following special event that is very relevant to us all right now. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families at this time.  Please let us know if we can be of any service. By… ( read more )

Issue #146 | March 13, 2020 | Todd Miller

Business Survival In the Midst Of COVID-19

Last evening, COVID-19 became very real to me. Not because anyone I know is sick but because I sat at the dinner table and stared at my son and he should not have been there! He should be in college right now but all students at his university got sent home yesterday to attend classes… ( read more )

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