Installing roofs on residential homes and commercial buildings
- Repairing and preparing roof surfaces
After removing the existing roof, our roofers prepare the underlayment for the installation of new shingles or single-ply EPDM roofing. During this process, they replace any areas of the roof that are damaged or rotting.
- Measuring and cutting roofing materials
Roofers ensure that any roofing material they use is properly cut and trimmed to fit around chimneys and vents, and along gutters, walls, and other intersecting surfaces.
- Installing roofing materials
The roofer's primary job is to build a weatherproof roof for the customer by installing shingles or single-ply EPDM. To create a weatherproof seal, a roofer may also use insulation or vapor barriers.
- Setting up and cleaning the site
Preparing and cleaning up a project location is a roofer's responsibility. Roofers set up ladders and all other equipment required for the project. Once the job is complete, they break down the site.
Our roofing installers work on a variety of projects
At Blackhawk Roofing, you can become part of a team that is committed and enthusiastic about roofing construction projects. We employ people who are passionate about their work and seek career challenges. If that describes you, we invite you to consider taking your place in our dynamic and evolving organization.
Roofing installers (roofers) work to replace old roofs, repair leaky roofs, or seal areas to make them watertight. Roofing is physically demanding and requires the stamina to stand, climb, and carefully walk in hot, cold, windy, snowy, or rainy weather. Our roofers work full-time (weather permitting), and are paid weekly.