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Updated Dec 3, 2021

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3.1
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Brian Wedding
76 Ratings
Pros
  • "Company truck free health insurance not really hard labor(in 7 reviews)

  • "I receive a nice base salary, company vehicle, gas car and cell phone(in 6 reviews)

  • Cons
  • "The day consists of knocking door to door in the Florida heat(in 5 reviews)

  • "This company is a complete scam(in 5 reviews)

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    1. 5.0
      Current Employee, more than 3 years

      Great Benefits!

      Dec 3, 2021 - Sales 
      Recommend
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook

      Pros

      I've worked for this company for several years now. The company definitely rewards hard work with generous amounts of time off and a great commission plan! RC pays 100% of my healthcare premiums for me and my family, which is a huge benefit! Plus the coverage is great. I enjoy the team with work with and look forward to coming to work!

      Cons

      The hours can be longer on occasion, when a project has to be completed, but with a little time management, this is easily remedied.

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    2. 1.0
      Former Employee, more than 3 years

      You can’t run away fast enough to avoid this mistake.

      Nov 15, 2021 - Anonymous Employee 
      Recommend
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook

      Pros

      Good exercise walking/hanging door flyers- a lot of days will be 15-20k steps.

      Cons

      Everything else. The culture is absolutely abysmal. It doesn’t just not exist- the culture is one of backstabbing, yelling and cussing out employees. A year ago the Glassdoor reviews were significantly lower. A lot of the “positive” reviews on here appear to be fake. I’ll be happy if this review can prevent even a single person from making the mistake of joining this company. The company preaches about how you can make hundreds of thousands of dollars- the way this company’s commission structure is set up, it’s impossible for this to happen on any sort of scale- even for hard workers. Most roofing company’s pay a % of the job- this one won’t pay ANY commission if you don’t hit an absurdly high revenue target that would be considered rockstar status at any other roofing company. There simply aren’t enough months in the day to be getting enough installs on for all employees at an office. This company is simply a money making scheme for ownership and management. I drank the coolaid for a long time- don’t make the same mistake I did. This isn’t a company you will succeed at if you’re a moral, hard working, high performing sales person. It’s a company that will fire you for anything and everything, and NOT pay for your commission owed for your sales when you leave. Run. Don’t walk.

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    3. 3.0
      Former Employee, less than 1 year

      Pay

      Aug 14, 2021 - Account Manager in Boca Raton, FL
      Recommend
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook

      Pros

      Company truck free health insurance not really hard labor

      Cons

      High turnover Sun up to sun down 7 days a week Low low commissions

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    4. 1.0
      Former Employee, less than 1 year

      Complicated, please read and think it over before going to work

      Sep 1, 2021 - Sales Representative 
      Recommend
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook

      Pros

      They give you a work truck They don’t give you a hard time

      Cons

      They send you to a training class, and start sending you to knock on doors. After a short time you realize the trainer doesn’t even know what they are doing. The amount of hail damage you encounter is minuscule, therefore the guys who are good at this job are master persuaders. For weeks no one even explains what the damage is you’re looking for, just tell you to take pictures and explain it to the homeowners. They explain to you that any damaged roof is fair game, they make it seem like the insurance company is glad to pay out which is the furthest thing from the truth. I’ve seen houses with 30 blown off shingles get denied for replacement. Once you start signing contracts, you start going to meet insurance adjusters, who you very quickly realize aren’t buying your roof. Your management will explain that you need to know how to get a roof bought.. (aka pay them off) The company management is very good at covering its tracks with this. They tell you don’t lie, don’t do anything dirty. Though you’ll realize the guys making money are playing the game. There’s nothing wrong with that but I didn’t care to do it. The worst part about the actual job is having the use the joke of a program that is needed to sign your contracts and follow up on files. If you don’t look at a file for 3 days, the corporate office will be calling harassing you.. once you have a handful of files.. you’ll never keep up with all of them and be able to have time to continue selling.. and this is a problem (see later) You will drive around in a truck all day and beat on doors and hang flyers. You’ll get chewed out at least once a day. You’ll get the cops called on you. People will call you a scammer. You’ll bust it signing contracts.. playing the game.. but eventually you realize that one roof gets put on a day.. (could be different in other territories) Some roofs take more than one day. There’s one crew. There’s 5 sales reps fighting to get roofs bought. You have make roughly 100k in revenue to get ANY commissions paid to you that month. The average roof is 20k or less.. no matter what they tell you. There’s 20 days in perfect conditions to get roofs put on each month. More like 14 after rainy days, technical problems.. a lot of jobs take more than one day. You will need approx 5 roofs installed that month to get a commission.. give or take on the cost And there’s a line of jobs waiting to be done.. the work of 5 salesman signing contracts Now friend figure out logically how you’ll ever hit your commission threshold. Oh, and for the best part, you’ll see everyone you work with (including management) get fired left and right for no apparent reason. They’ll hire more folks, and you’ll watch them get fired too. Then they the jobs those salesman have had in their files.. and they make you go and meet with adjuster, talk to homeowner.. all for a job you’ll never see a dime from.. cutting into your precious time to make a sale.. You’ll sign ten or more contracts before you ever get a roof that the insurance company will purchase. Yet you’ll call these people every day until you get your second no from the insurance company. Wasting days and days on end for nothing. And here’s what happens then.. you’ll get one bought.. and then the next day you come in.. you’ll be fired for no apparent reason.. like all the rest you’ve witnessed. And then you’ll think.. that one job will cost 30,000.. the company has paid you total 2000 in salary.. perhaps 2000 in vehicle upkeep.. and they’ll pay their installers minimum payment to put it on.. end of the day they make 25k off of you.. and you don’t get a damned thing more than 500 a week for the many weeks you’ve been working 60 hours a week. Though I do know some guys that make it longer.. great salesman.. but they get burnt too. They’ll go months where they don’t get their commissions. Perhaps they signed 20 contracts that month, but they didn’t get installed, and it happens over and over again… till they’ve built a backlog of 20-30 jobs that are awaiting install.. then they fire them. Sometimes because of not keeping up with files.. sometimes for no particular reason. Roofclaim make a huge check while the salesman scrambles away with some tiny sum for the work they’ve done. It’s a genius business plan. I applaud the management for that. You cannot argue with the efficiency. Don’t waste your time there though.

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    5. 2.0
      Former Employee

      Decent company to work with

      Aug 10, 2021 - Sales Manager in Tampa, FL
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Good money, but it is door knocking

      Cons

      Takes a lot out of your work/life balance

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    6. 1.0
      Former Employee, more than 1 year

      Stay far away from this company

      Jun 25, 2021 - Sales in Orlando, FL
      Recommend
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook

      Pros

      You’re not micromanaged, however you have no life. They are also crooks trying to tell people they need to file a claim when they don’t. Do not work here.

      Cons

      Look elsewhere. They’re plenty of other **reputable roofing companies. They even have fake reviews online.

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    7. 2.0
      Former Employee

      Manager

      Jun 3, 2021 - Manager in Boca Raton, FL
      Recommend
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook

      Pros

      Pay and Benefits with the company

      Cons

      Everything else pertaining to the job

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    8. 5.0
      Current Employee, less than 1 year

      great company

      Mar 3, 2021 - Field Agent in Evansville, IN
      Recommend
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook

      Pros

      great benifits, commission, bonuses, vacation,

      Cons

      none if you push yourself

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    9. 5.0
      Current Employee

      Unlimited Income! Get paid like you own it!

      Feb 16, 2021 - Senior Account Manager in Palm Bay, FL
      Recommend
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook

      Pros

      Unlimited income, benefits, management support, and vehicle, tablet, and phone.

      Cons

      Time-management challenges and some difficult insurance people.

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    10. 1.0
      Former Employee, less than 1 year

      Exchange Life for Nothing

      Feb 27, 2021 - Sales in Melbourne, FL
      Recommend
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook

      Pros

      Work truck and almost nice Health insurance

      Cons

      How about being one of the best and only getting paid two commissions on over 50 sales? They don’t tell you you don’t get the commission until the last check picked up is fully endorsed by the mortgage company, they tell you you get paid after install which is misleading. You then have to wait for a Change Order request where they add extra money the insurance company needs to pay, on top of a depreciation check being held, and then that needs sometimes endorsed by a mortgage company. In essence, RoofClaim practices letting their employees pipelines fill up and then finding some reason to fire them. My termination reason was an install was moved up one day and (outside a tiny sticky note) no one told me so! I brought in $138k and would have had three more complete paid in fulls in the next two work days. By the end of the month they would have made $200,000 from my work. I got $544 a week until my first “bonus” of $2000 for bringing in $100k in a month. Benefits had just kicked in for health insurance for two weeks, they canceled it day of termination without telling me. Very bad company. Hours are actually illegal. Sales have to work 8 am to 8 pm and if you don’t have 7 contracts you are expected to work on Saturdays. $648 a week is the minimum to have someone work those hours. And then they fire you for any reason they can find. Oh-and they have “CHARGE BACKS”. Basically a whole commission off a standard house would $250-$300. If you submit for an install (they push you to do so) and one thing is missing, they take $250 from bonuses or commission, which happened to my $2000 became $1750. They did to me when I didn’t even realize it was a mistake. They rip through employees, taking their sales in house to profit madly from their work. When I was hired I learned the only other two sales people that had been since the beginning have seen over 40 hires come and go. AVOID this stressful job.

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