Who are Roofers and what do they do?
A tradesperson who focuses on building roofs is known as a roofer, roof mechanic, or roofing contractor. Building roofs are replaced, repaired, and installed by roofers using a range of materials, such as metal, bitumen, and shingles.
The U.S. roofing industry, including manufacturers and their raw material suppliers, distributors, and roofing contractors, is an essential $100 billion-plus sector, with an estimated 1.1 million employees, that provides critical materials and services to ensure home and business safety. They are essential to the framework that will help our country endure these trying times and support recovery in our local communities. Hospitals, grocery shops, pharmacies, and other companies are safeguarded by the items they produce.
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