Roofers make great adjusters. They already know all the ins and outs of construction. And they are not afraid of real, hard work.
Adjusting is tough work, but independent adjusters can be rewarded well for their effots.
Breaking into the business takes a little time. You don’t just get into it and start working right away. And it’s generally not year-round work either. But it’s well worth it in the long run, in my opinion.
One possibility is to do roofing when you are not adjusting.
What do you think?