Marketing for Roofers – 3 Inexpensive Steps

A big discussion topic among roofing contractors is marketing. How do I get more roofing leads? Marketing for contractors doesn’t have to be hard.

There seem to be a lot of small business owners wanting to find the “magic bullet”! Some dirt-cheap way of generating leads consistently.
It amazes me how many small business owners use the word cheap in their searches. But yet, these same business owners complain when customers want to get the best deal.
Cheap marketing for roofers doesn’t exist. However, there are ways to generate leads inexpensively.
This article will examine two inexpensive yet very effective methods for marketing your roofing business.

3 Steps to Inexpensive Marketing for Roofers

These actions are powerful and cheap ways Contractors Market.
The first major step in proximity marketing is usually skipped. This method involves marketing around an existing or one of your upcoming projects. The strategy here is to create multiple exposures for your company in a very targeted area and in a very short period of time. There is a huge chance that if your customer needs roofing repair, their neighbors do as well.
There are a few ways to market to the neighbors. You can mail postcards to a select number of neighbors. Building brand awareness and forge a memory of your business. This way, even if they don’t need a roof immediately, they will remember your company every time they look at their neighbor’s new roof. An excellent way to get your business name to stick is to mail it to the same homes multiple times. Use different messages each time you send an advertisement. First, you could announce that you will soon start a new roofing job in the neighborhood. A second card could announce that you are offering free roof inspections. The third card could entail the consequences of not getting their roof checked out.

Signage in the Yard

The second step to proximity marketing is to put a sign in the yard. The longer the sign is in the yard, the more exposure you will get.
The third step of proximity marketing is door hangers. Just spend a few minutes each day distributing door hangers to the neighboring houses. You are already in the neighborhood, so the only cost to you is the printing of the hangers. Just doing 10 to 20 a day will create major exposure for your roofing company.
The combination of the sign, mailings, and door hangers will help stick your company’s name in potential customers’ minds.
Despite the effectiveness of these steps, many contractors fail to do the steps.
Don’t overlook the power of proximity marketing when advertising a roofing business. Include them in your advertising mix. When combined with a strong online marketing campaign, you’ll have more roofing leads than you know how to handle. Check out our post on the Best Roofing Website Design.
I hope you enjoyed the short post on marketing for roofers. I would appreciate it if you share the article if you found it useful.

6 thoughts on “Marketing for Roofers – 3 Inexpensive Steps”

  1. Marketing your roofing company doesn’t have to be rocket science. It can be practical and simple. Thanks for sharing these very practical, super affordable marketing ideas for roofing companies that will work whether your company is large or small. Best of luck in your business!

    • You have a great looking site just keep in mind the 3 steps in marketing and make sure you have someone who knows how to market in the United States – Marketing a roofing company is more about being local and building trust with your community. It is not just fancy websites.

  2. Marketing can be very expensive whether you are new roofing company or not. Fortunately, there are a number of low cost, or even free roofing marketing tips and tricks just like this to help get the phone ringing and bring in more roofing customers. Thank you for sharing this tips and all the best!

    • Thanks for stopping in to read Roofing White Plains – you have a great site now just make sure to put the marketing tips to good use… One step at a time.

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