Hiring Sales Consultants


#21

Please post a job description detailing the duties and responsibilities. Do you just sign the roof and not meet an adjuster or what?


#22

Noted !!! We all gotta start somewhere right ? How long you guys bee in the biz ?


#23

We have a couple guys that only do adjuster meetings and inspections; but you can do your own adjuster meetings if you want. We’re looking to train people to go From knocking a door to picking up the final check after build. The company offers a lot of support in areas of expertise until you’re ready to be on your own. We don’t really have a detailed job description because people tend to do what works best for them. As long as your building roofs, we pretty much let you do as you please.


#24

At first, you said $800 per SQ was the average. Now it is the high water point. Regardless, it’s nice to see your enthusiasm.


#25

I’m just telling the truth, not defending anyone. I try to work from fact. I see that is foreign to a delusional BS specialist like yourself.


#26

Uhm, this isn’t my post & I said nothing about an $800/sq average? That honor belongs to the individual whom began this thread… Would you please read through the entirety of this thread once again to jog the memory?

Regarding the $800/square though in relation to you and my conversation, I believe that the last correspondence we had was me asking you to explain your defense for this absurd nonsense of an average post-supp cost per square…

Respectfully,

Foreign Delusional BS Specialist


#27

I see no need to discuss the $800 per SQ stuff. It sounds like that was an isolated case and it is some new relatively new guy spouting off a bunch of stuff but then always replies with “it’s above my pay grade”. It’s the internet, anybody can post anything stupid they wish to. You’re living proof of that pal.


#28

Fair enough… from one living proof to another.


#29

what percentage do you pay on repair sales?


#30

We don’t do repairs. If there is any damage On the roof insurance pays to replace it.


#31

The tile roofs go from 800-1500 per square in Florida right now. Mostly all claims are handled by a PA and then paid to the contractors.