Dmitry Explains heated debate between him and Brad Lea from a couple weeks earlier.
Dmitry VS Brad Lea: Doing less is doing more?
In this video Dmitry speaks about seven reasons why doing less is more. He goes in depth to explain his though process and why it really works. Not only are you able to focus on your niche/craft, it is easier to scale your business as a whole. He also dives into his heated debate with Brandon Lea.
BRANDON LEA: 00:51
#1: Focus on What you Know Best: 5:21
#2: Better Deals on Materials: 6:22
#3: Easy to Train Employees: 7:31
#4: Easier to Scale Your Business: 9:04
#5: Easier to Dominate your Niche: 10:54
#6: Riches in Niches: 11:57
#7: Advertising and Marketing: 13:09
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Laying New Composite Shingles Over Old Shingles
When covering an existing roof of composition shingles, it’s best to match the shingling pattern used on the old roof. Following these steps below will help make the new shingle courses or rows not as noticeable. You do not want to lay new shingles over old shingles and be able to tell from the street that you did this.
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If you have noticed, when the professional home inspectors come to assess the roof, they take a pair of binoculars and look at the roof. Well, it is not that they are in a hurry, but they are looking for holes, missing shingles, damaged plumbing vents and skylights. Only after they are done with a ground survey, they come inside and look for other signs of trouble such as water spots, leaks and note other details that they noticed from the ground.