Job Listing: Roofing Service Technician

This listing is for a roofing service technician serving the Jackson metro area. Applicants must have:​ Experience in roof repairs ​ Light woodworking skills​ Valid driver's license​ Own truck​ ​Must pass pre-employment screening​ ​Full Time EXCELLENT PAY​ up to $1200/week To respond to this job listing for Roofing Service Technician, call Kevin at 601-573-1160 ext. [...]

Job Listing: Roofing Service Technician2019-02-06T12:56:25-06:00

Job Listing: Neighborhood Sales Representative

Looking for a job in construction? Join the Ready2Roof team and make up to $20 an hour! We are hiring two Neighborhood Sales Representatives to canvas communities in Hinds, Rankin and Madison counties to talk with homeowners about roof repair and roof replacement. This is a great opportunity to get a foot in the door [...]

Job Listing: Neighborhood Sales Representative2018-08-11T14:54:05-06:00

Drone Video: What a Great Roof Looks Like

After completing a big job here in Central Mississippi we were excited to be able to fly over the job with a drone thanks to a local videographer. Take a look at the results!

Drone Video: What a Great Roof Looks Like2016-07-29T16:28:29-06:00

We’re Looking for Workers!

We are expanding and looking for extra help. Must have a valid drivers license, back ground check and general understanding of construction and roofing. Tools, work truck and fuel provided during work hours. Great pay. Call Kevin Trawick for more information or call 601-573-1160 ext 102.

We’re Looking for Workers!2016-02-03T13:19:39-06:00

Storm Damage Scammers: Storm Chasers and Roving Roofers

We understand the urgency and chaos that follows after a major storm. Residents want their homes restored and made whole as soon as possible. At Ready 2 Roof, we can install an emergency patch at no cost to you and respond to emergency calls within hour as part of our storm response service. Because your [...]

Storm Damage Scammers: Storm Chasers and Roving Roofers2015-10-03T17:59:44-06:00

Low Slope and Steep Slope: What’s the Difference?

Remember sitting in math and wondering if you were ever going to use this in real life? Just ask Ready 2 Roof's contractors: slope=rise/run. All day long. It's the formula used to figure out the pitch of your roof. As the primary factor in roof design, roof slope is a very important architectural aspect of your [...]

Low Slope and Steep Slope: What’s the Difference?2015-07-27T10:23:05-06:00

Roof Repair: Three Problem Areas (That Aren’t Actually On Your Roof)

Not every part of your roof system is actually attached to your roof. When inspecting your roof and doing routine maintenance, don't overlook these important components: Fascia is the border that runs along the edge of your roof. It forms a barrier between the elements and the edge of your roof. It also prevents weather [...]

Roof Repair: Three Problem Areas (That Aren’t Actually On Your Roof)2015-06-22T18:05:19-06:00

Should you repair or replace your roof?

When considering whether to repair or replace your roof, it often comes down to timing. Ready 2 Roof can walk you through the advantages, options and costs of repair, full replacement and partial replacement of the most important part your home. Here are some questions to think about: How old is your roof? Replacing your [...]

Should you repair or replace your roof?2015-07-27T10:23:12-06:00

Roof Repair: Safety Around Electricity (Part 2)

Carelessness around electricity results in hundreds of deaths and thousands injuries every year. Before you climb on your roof to do minor repairs or routine maintenance, remember "B.E. S.A.F.E." and keep these safety tips from Ready 2 Roof in mind: Survey your work area for potential electrical hazards, like overhead power lines, frayed power cords or [...]

Roof Repair: Safety Around Electricity (Part 2)2015-06-01T17:50:30-06:00

Roof Repair: Safety Around Electricity (Part 1)

Of all the work space hazards in DIY construction and repair, electricity is one of the deadliest and most misunderstood. Ready 2 Roof wants to fill in the gaps for you because, when it comes to electricity, there isn’t a lot of room for error. Remember “BE SAFE” to avoid the most common electrical hazards [...]

Roof Repair: Safety Around Electricity (Part 1)2015-05-29T15:40:52-06:00
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