Improving Productivity in Roofing - March 2021

By John Kenney, Cotney Consulting Group
Sun, Mar 21, 2021

So, there is never a lack of interest from those companies in how they can increase their employees’ productivity. And higher productivity means higher profitability.

In seeking out ways to improve productivity per roof and at the best cost, identify and evaluate industry factors. One factor is efficient scheduling. Using software to schedule your crews helps keep jobs moving more seamlessly and keeps you, the contractor, in the loop on what each crew is doing.

Morale, motivation, a worker’s capacity and site conditions all play vital roles in improving roofing productivity as well. Efforts in this realm typically focus on three areas:

  • planning improvement processes,
  • work-study techniques and
  • crew-level factor analyses.

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