CertainteedQuiz

WHAT ARE YOU LEAVING ON THE ROOF WHEN THE JOB IS DONE?

How solid is your labor acumen? Take a minute (literally) to test your knowledge.

Do you document your crews' labor time by task and product?
1 out of 11
Have you observed how effectively your crews communicate?
2 out of 11
Do you regularly maintain equipment?
3 out of 11
Do you employ a rooftop manager and quality control program?
4 out of 11
Do you accurately account for non-productive elements of the work day?
5 out of 11

CAN YOU GUESS WHAT WE LEARNED?






These last five questions pertain to labor efficiency facts and figures we observed….

6 out of 11
10’ wide, 60 mil TPO: How much more time did it take to fully adhered vs. mechanically attach?
7 out of 11
How much time do you think a multi-torch wagon can shave off a hand-held torch-applied bituminous cap sheet (installer minutes/square)?
8 out of 11
Which of these coverings averaged 52.5 installer minutes/square in the field?
9 out of 11
Which low-slope roof covering, on average, was the the fastest to install? (assuming a 500 square project with 900 lf of base flashing, 22 pipe, 6 drains and 10 equipment curbs)
10 out of 11
Which low-slope roof coverings, on average, was the most cost-effective to install? (assuming observed labor efficiencies on sample project identified in question (4) and national average material prices from 20 distributors in 9 regions of the country)
11 out of 11

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