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Top Roofer Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a roofer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of roofer resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.3% of roofer resumes contained tpo as a skill. Let's find out what skills a roofer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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1. TPO

high Demand

Here's how TPO is used in Roofer jobs:
  • Fabricate metal for standing-seam metal roof systems | Install standing-seam metal roof systems | Install TPO roof systems | Transport materials
  • Overlapped successive layers of roofing material, determining distance of overlap using chalk line on TPO.
  • Finish work with metal and rubber TPO to show cleanliness of job for customer.
  • Install different roofing material such as metal work, TPO, tar roofing.
  • Tear off existing flat roof replace with ISO board and TPO or rubber.
  • Learned how to heat weld and learned how to detail TPO.
  • Remove old worn out roofs and replace with new TPO roof.
  • Worked mainly with TPO, laying insulation, and heat welding.
  • Specialized expertise in EPDM, TPO, PVC and shingling.
  • Shingle roofing, tile, sheet metal and TPO experience.
  • Do commercial roofing, TPO, Rhino Bond.
  • Tasked to install and maintain commercial TPO flat roofs
  • Repair or reconstruction of flat roofs, TPO.
  • Roofed TPO and Rubber Roof with Tapered Systems
  • Remove, repair, and install rubber, hot tar, TPO, and shingle roofs.
  • Applied Rubber Roof and TPO Weld Roof, work with crane to load and unload roof.
  • Work on flat, low slope roofs involving TPO, EPDM, and shingles.
  • Installed rubber, hot, shingles, cold apply, TPO, sheet metal.
  • Install BUR roofing, Modified, hot, EPDM, TPO, Coatings.
  • Work with material called PPC, TPO, rubber, and hot tar.

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2. Safety Rules

high Demand

Here's how Safety Rules is used in Roofer jobs:
  • Communicate with team members to make sure no mistakes are made or safety rules compromised.
  • Worked as part of the team to ensure safety and proper work completed.
  • Repaired or constructed roof framing when necessary to ensure safety for our customers.
  • Set up scaffolding or any other work equipment, follow safety rules4.
  • Stacked excess material to ensure safety abound work areas.
  • Supervised crews to ensure safety, quality, code compliance and on-time completion of all jobs.
  • Removed and rebuilt roofs Maintained work area to ensure safety

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3. PVC

high Demand

Here's how PVC is used in Roofer jobs:
  • Experience in pvc roofs and heat welding, metal siding, metal roofs and gutters, and miscellaneous duties as requested.
  • installed commercial metal and flat roofs (rubber, PVC and tar), prepped area for installation
  • Performed skills on PVC Membrane and many different roofs
  • Demolish previous roofing, install various commercial roofing systems including rubber membrane, pvc, and tar.
  • Saudered did pvc and various roof maintainenceand demolition
  • Worked with EPDM rubber, PVC, hot tapered systems, torch down, standing seam and conventional shingles.

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4. Different Types

high Demand

Here's how Different Types is used in Roofer jobs:
  • Travel distantly related to repairing different types of roof for commercialized businesses
  • Skilled at demolition and clean-up procedures; separated different types of debris, such as metal, wood, and rubber.
  • Operated the batter machine to sort different types of scrap metals; aluminum, copper, brass, etc.
  • Tear off, dry in, and install new and various different types of roofs on steep roof pitches.
  • Acquired working knowledge of assorted roofing materials and standards regarding which materials work on different types of roofs.
  • Trained quick to do different types of jobs within the roofing business.
  • Worked with various different types of roofing materials, including woodwork.
  • Discussed different types of roofs with customers and provided estimates.
  • Cut and shaped wood and different types of siding.
  • Work on different types of commercial roofs.
  • Work with different types of roofs.
  • Triple E Roofing has taught me three different types of roofing; There is metal, shingles and tile.
  • Metal worker and green roof certified, tear off and install of many different types of roofs.
  • use different type of power tools another type of roofing system, sprayed urethane foam.
  • apply different types of roofing system.
  • Install different types of flat roofs .
  • Repair many different types of roofs Help insure organization of workshop Work with others to complete daily tasks

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5. Repair Procedures

high Demand

Here's how Repair Procedures is used in Roofer jobs:
  • Conducted preventative maintenance and repair procedures.
  • Inspected problem roofs to determine condition and most efficient repair procedures.
  • Set up scaffolding, inspecting roofs to determine repair procedure.
  • Inspected roofs to see the best repair procedures.
  • End pay $12.00) Role: Inspect problem roofs to determine the best repair procedures.
  • Inspect problem roofs to determine the best repair procedures.Apply alternate layers of hot asphalt or tar and roofing paper to roofs.
  • Inspect problem roofs to determine the best repair procedures.Communicate with co-workers and home owners to ensure safety and accuracy.
  • Inspect problem roofs to determine the best repair procedures * Inspect work sites to determine condition or necessary repairs.
  • Inspect problem roofs to determine the best repair procedures Align roofing materials with edges of roofs.
  • Order or requisition materials or supplies Inspect problem roofs to determine the best repair procedures.
  • Inspect Problem roofs to determine the best repair procedures.Clean and Maintain equipmentAlign roofing materials with edge of roof
  • Clean and maintain equipment Determine best repair procedures Install, repair, or replace roofing systems

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6. New Roof

high Demand

Here's how New Roof is used in Roofer jobs:
  • Determined materials required for roof repairs.
  • Tear off old roof clean up all debris carry all new material up latter and assist foreman in New roof construction.
  • Leak and erosion repairs - Replace Shingles, Tile, Flashing - Inspected, photographed needed roof repairs for job estimates.
  • Supported the crew in setting up, cleaning, removing the old roofing system, and inserting the new roofing system.
  • Installed new roofing and shingles Cleaned up and ensured that the work area was safe and clean for all employees.
  • Operated machinery equipped for bending sheet metal into panels; Old roof demolition and removal; and new roof installation.
  • Receive all new product and make an inventory, install new roofs and stop leaks on different kinds of roofs
  • Replace any damaged plywood Installation of new roof Commercial and residential systems Shingle, slate on all pitches EPDM.
  • Tear off old roof, replace with new roof material, Signal equipment operators to indicate proper equipment positioning.
  • Participated in clean up, tear down of existing roof and assisted in preparation for the new roof.
  • Strip roof of metal, shingles, or cement to ensure it is ready for a new roof/repair.
  • Operated within the tear-off crew to remove existing roof so that a new roof could be successfully installed.
  • Tear off old roofs and replace wood if necessary and apply weather resistant material until installers applied new roofing
  • Constructed roofs on new home construction and new commercial construction as well as roof repairs and roof tare offs
  • Determined the materials required for roof repairs, flashing repairs, and the installation of new roofs.
  • Asphalt shingle removal, general roof repairs, assisting new shingle installing, site organizing and clean-up
  • Mounted installation for new roof to protect church from weather elements and meet building regulation requirements.
  • Remove old and Damages roofing material in order to prepare for Installation of new roof.
  • Help with tearing off old roof materials and assisted in the application of new roof.
  • Installed many new roofs on residential homes as well as flat roofs on commercial buildings.

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7. Epdm

high Demand

Here's how Epdm is used in Roofer jobs:
  • Skilled in the following: Flat Commercial Hot Tar, Modified Bitumen, Torch Down, and EPDM Single Ply.
  • Roof types included: Built up roof systems asphalt/gravel, torch down dingle ply roof systems and EPDM roofs.
  • Job descriptions included flash heat welding the EPDM roofing material to ensure no leaks occurred.
  • Lead rubber mechanic and instructor EPDM roof system.
  • Installed mostly slate, some EPDM and copper roofing
  • Experience with EPDM, Built Up and Shingle systems.
  • Worked in repair department for Emory University to repair on EPDM, Built-up, Three-Ply, and vinylroofing systems.
  • Applied asphalt shingles, EPDM roofs, vinyl roofing (Duro-Last), and modified bitchumen.
  • Roof construction, general maintenance, Forklift, Epdm roofing, heavy labor.
  • Install shingles, EPDM or modified bitumen roofs on Residential and commercial properties.
  • Job Duties: All Aspects of roofing, Including Shingling, EPDM Single Ply, Modified Bitumen, Built Up Roofing.
  • Roof repairs of all kinds (EPDM flat roof, ect.)
  • Worked on flat roofs installing epdm, screwing down insulation and quick seaming roof membranes to ensure securement and leakage.
  • Fast screwing process EPDM I perform details and know how to properly search for any discrepancies within the job.
  • Install shingles, metal roofing, EPDM, also have aplied Apoxzee with this company.
  • Roofed residential and commercial roofs with shingles, epdm rubber, hot tar and sheetmetal.
  • Water proofer apprentice, heavy labor, Epdm Roofing, Forklift, general maintenance.
  • Shingle roofing, slate roofing, epdm, siding,and rennovations.

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8. Tape Measure

high Demand

Here's how Tape Measure is used in Roofer jobs:
  • Used hand tools such as hand drills hammers, tape measure, gas blowers and assisting with heavy machine operations.
  • Used hammers, circular saws, pneumatic nail guns, tape measures, blow torches and other tools.
  • Used an assortment of hand tools including, hammers, tape measures, levels, and probes.
  • Used tape measures and chalk lines to ensure proper fit and alignment of shingles and roofing.
  • Use and operate measuring tools and tape measure.
  • Used tools such as; hammers, air hammers, staple hammers, and tape measures.
  • Use of hammer, tape measure, shingle cutting knife.
  • Overlapped successive layers of roofing material, determining distance of overlap, using chalkiness, and tape measure..
  • Use of associated tools including saws, nail guns, tape measure, ect.

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9. Safety Procedures

high Demand

Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Roofer jobs:
  • Practiced safety procedures and general labor when not utilizing primary skills while roofing.
  • Utilize safety harness and other safety equipment in proper job safety procedures.
  • Followed safety procedures and maintained awareness of my surroundings for detail.
  • Maintained proper safety procedures, second man responsibilities.
  • Followed thorough safety procedures on a daily basis
  • Worked in extreme weather conditions and performed strenuous lifting, kneeling, and bending as well as followed all safety procedures.
  • Encouraged safe work practices by following safety procedures myself and reminding my coworkers of such regulations as needed.
  • Insured work site was organized, safe and followed all safety procedures according to company policy.
  • Practiced sound safety procedures, working as heights of up to 40 feet.
  • Ensured that all safety procedures are being taking to prevent injures.
  • Sound knowledge of safety proceduresapplied during roof replacement.
  • learn how to use all tools involved and proper safety procedures for each different type of work.
  • Performed maintenance on existing roofs Assembled new roofs Maintained proper safety procedures Performed clean up duties
  • Follow the off safety procedures Mix chemicals Paint roofs Dispose of toxic chemicals Clean supplies

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10. Nail Guns

high Demand

Here's how Nail Guns is used in Roofer jobs:
  • Utilized a variety of hand tools, power tools, power saws, table saws, power nail guns etc.
  • Job involved climbing, lifting, carrying heavy equipment, use of nail guns, compressor, and safety equipment.
  • Used non powered and powered hand tools i.e nail guns, saws, hammers, and staple guns.
  • Tear off and discard old shingles, re-deck and re-shingle roof with new materials using pneumatic nail guns.
  • Carried shingles up ladders and handled nail guns and box cutters to apply shingles.
  • Utilized roofing tools such as nail guns, compressors, hammers, and knives.
  • Unloaded all equipment, set up compressor, hoses, and nail guns.
  • Repair of damaged roofs, and operation of saws, nail guns etc.
  • Use air electric roofing equipment such as nail guns and air compressors.
  • Experienced in using nail guns, hammer and providing excellent customer service.
  • Used hand and power tools including power saws and nail guns.
  • Used various hand tools, power tools and nail guns.
  • Used software tools including: Nail guns.
  • Use of nail guns, saws, power tools, hand tools, forklift.
  • Experience with nail guns, basic hand tools, ladders, and high heights.
  • Used nail guns to nail down 3 tab shingles, or architect shingles.
  • Operate air tools, nail guns, staple guns.
  • Work with air tools; nail guns, etc.
  • Use of Power Nail Guns, Framing Guns.
  • Maintained nail guns, compressor etc.. Deck repair, flashing, crickets.

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11. Safe Access

average Demand

Here's how Safe Access is used in Roofer jobs:
  • Set up scaffolding to provide safe access to roofs, build and install gutters, tear off old roof.
  • Removed debris and vegetation from work sites and set up scaffolding to ensure safe access.
  • Use of cement or nail flashers, set scaffolds to provide safe access to roofs.
  • Presented scaffolding to provide safe work environment and safe access to roofs.
  • Assembled scaffolding to provide safe access to roofs.
  • Erected scaffolding ensuring safe access to roofs.
  • Set up and broke down scaffolding to provide safe access to roofs Align roofing materials with edges of roofs.
  • Set up scaffolding to provide safe access to roofs.Assemble temporary equipment or structures.
  • Clean and maintain equipment Set up scaffolding to provide safe access to roofs Repair roofs on commercial buildings

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12. Roof Systems

average Demand

Here's how Roof Systems is used in Roofer jobs:
  • Tear off and reapplication of roof systems, repair of roof leaks, clean up and removal of roof debris
  • Job description: I installed rubber roof systems and metal roof and metal siding on commercial buildings.
  • Reported to supervisor on the condition of the roof systems, needed repair, and maintenance work.
  • Installed various roof systems including whitecap, rubber, hot tar, and metal.
  • Coated roof systems with epoxy, acrylic, water and oil based materials.
  • Installed high quality roof systems in the safest and most cost effective manner.
  • Repair roof systems to temporarily patch leaks and/or holes.
  • Administered steep slope roof systems and performed regular maintenance.
  • Tear off and replace all types of roof systems.
  • Installed, replaced, and upgraded commercial roof systems.
  • Install and repair roof systems / Snow removal.
  • Replaced all types of residential and commercial roof systems
  • Roof systems of Maine Construction, Metal-work
  • Install all types of commercial roof systems
  • Disassemble and repair roof systems.
  • Installed various commercial roof systems.
  • Tear off and install flat roof systems, Burr, Single ply, Hot Tar.
  • Have done most roof systems from slate, shingle, rubber, metal.
  • general roofer for commercial roof systems
  • Remove and reinstall roof systems in accordance with laws and regulations.

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13. New Ones

average Demand

Here's how New Ones is used in Roofer jobs:
  • Tear roofs build new ones handle all material load it up and make sure everything was in good condition.
  • Repair old and damaged roofs, Tear off old roofing materials and replace with brand new ones.
  • Remove old roofs and rebuild new ones, drive to and from job sites in company vehicle.
  • Take off roofs put on new ones fix leaks fix gutters experience on all roofs
  • Helped to roof houses by tearing off shingles and putting new ones on the roof
  • Ripped off shingles, assisted on putting new ones on and did clean-up.
  • 29435Repaired, maintained, and removed roofs and the installed of new ones.
  • Repaired, maintained, and removed roofs and installed new ones.
  • Removed old roof's and replace them with new ones.
  • Removed and disposed of old shingles and installed new ones.
  • Tear off old shingles and put new ones back on
  • Remove old shingles and replace with new ones.
  • Removed old roofing and put on new ones.
  • Replaced old roofing materials with new ones.
  • Replace damaged shingles with new ones.
  • Repaired, maintained, and removed old roofing, installing new ones Measured roof to calculate the quantities of required materials.
  • Organized workflow material and maintained inventory of materials needed* Repaired, maintained and removed roofs and the insulation of new ones
  • Inspect roofs -Determain materials for roof repairs -Lay Tar -Repair, maintain, remove roofs and install new ones
  • take off old roofs and put on new ones, commercial and residential; lifting heavy items daily
  • Repaired, maintained, and removed roofs and the installed of new ones .

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14. Manual Labor

average Demand

Here's how Manual Labor is used in Roofer jobs:
  • General labor/ cleanup, installation of residential and commercial roofing...
  • General Labor/Temporary Summer position hired through CLP construction staffing company.
  • Provided general labor for residential construction
  • Applied roofing materials to remodeled and newly built homes as well as general laboring such as masonry work and drywall.
  • General labor, tore off old shingles, dry in, ground clean up, metal work, some shingling
  • Roof installer experienced in tile and comp roofing, biding, loading and hauling large loads, general labor.
  • General Labor, measuring and cutting materials, carrying and moving materials, clean up, removing shingles etc.
  • Operated a Lift, Kettle, and Tar Pot, and assisted with all general labor and basis roofing needs
  • General labor, tear offs and repairs, compressed air nail gun handling and use of power tools.
  • Provided tear-offs and installation of new roofing - Performed general labor duties in relation to roofing and labor fields
  • General labor and assisted in maintaining the job site and organizing and delivering materials for skilled laborers.
  • General labor on building metal roofs and basic iron working for hanging columns and beams for support.
  • General labor, roofing, grounds clean up, heavy lifting...general knowledge of carpentry tools.
  • Assist with job estimates, Roof removal, Roof application, All forms of general labor.
  • Started as a general laborer and worked through to learn installation of roofing and siding.
  • Started doing general labor then started doing siding and roof installment for about 8 months
  • Worked as roofer and general labor to assist in tear down and installation of roofs
  • General laborer then through on the job training moved onto roofing and carpentry.
  • Metal roofing, shingle roofing, pole barns, metal siding, general labor
  • General labor, Tear off Roofs, clean up and Lay shingles.

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15. Safety Standards

average Demand

Here's how Safety Standards is used in Roofer jobs:
  • Adhered to all safety standards and regulations as trained and instructed.
  • Discard waste in accordance with safety standards.
  • Maintain osha safety standards at all times.
  • Trained subordinates in roof installation, Enforced safety standards, Ensured jobs were completed to specifications.
  • Adhered to all safety standards necessary, especially while working at great heights.
  • Adhered to good manufacturing practices and safety standards.

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16. Hot Asphalt

average Demand

Here's how Hot Asphalt is used in Roofer jobs:
  • Mopped or poured hot asphalt or tar onto roof base when applying asphalt or tar and gravel to roof.
  • Applied alternate layers of hot asphalt and tar and roofing paper until roof covering was completed as specified.
  • Apply, mop, alternate layers of hot asphalt, tar, roofing paper until roof is covered.
  • Apply layers of hot asphalt or tar and roofing paper to roofs in accordance with instruction.
  • Fasten composition shingles, sheets to roof with extremely hot asphalt, cement and nails.
  • Apply alternate layers of hot asphalt or tar and roofing paper to roofs.
  • Applied layers of hot asphalt, tar and roofing paper, fastened shingles
  • Worked with various roofing materials: applying layers of hot asphalt/tar.
  • Mopped or poured hot asphalt or tar onto roof base.
  • Aligned roof materials and applied alternate layers of hot asphalt/tar.
  • Speacialized in hot asphalt roofing however had experience with, rock roof, shingles, tile, metal roofs, etc.
  • Aligned roof materials and applied alternate layers of hot asphalt or tar Ability to lift between 30-90 lbs.
  • Installed rubber, hot asphalt, shingle, awaplan roofs.
  • operate 600 degree hot asphalt kettle
  • Worked on residential houses as well as some commercial projects Shingles Rubber BUR/ hot asphalt 1988-1990

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20 Most Common Skill For A Roofer

TPO12.3%
Safety Rules9.7%
PVC9.6%
Different Types7.7%
Repair Procedures6.4%
New Roof4.6%
Epdm4.3%
Tape Measure4.3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Roofer

RankascdescSkillascdescPercentage of ResumesPercentageascdesc
1
1
TPO
TPO
12.3%
12.3%
2
2
Safety Rules
Safety Rules
9.7%
9.7%
3
3
PVC
PVC
9.6%
9.6%
4
4
Different Types
Different Types
7.7%
7.7%
5
5
Repair Procedures
Repair Procedures
6.4%
6.4%
6
6
New Roof
New Roof
4.6%
4.6%
7
7
Epdm
Epdm
4.3%
4.3%
8
8
Tape Measure
Tape Measure
4.3%
4.3%
9
9
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
4%
4%
10
10
Nail Guns
Nail Guns
3.8%
3.8%
11
11
Safe Access
Safe Access
3.3%
3.3%
12
12
Roof Systems
Roof Systems
2.9%
2.9%
13
13
New Ones
New Ones
2.9%
2.9%
14
14
Manual Labor
Manual Labor
2.8%
2.8%
15
15
Safety Standards
Safety Standards
2.6%
2.6%
16
16
Hot Asphalt
Hot Asphalt
2.5%
2.5%
17
17
Construction Projects
Construction Projects
2%
2%
18
18
Dump Truck
Dump Truck
1.9%
1.9%
19
19
General Construction
General Construction
1.8%
1.8%
20
20
New Materials
New Materials
1.6%
1.6%
21
21
Air Compressors
Air Compressors
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Construction Sites
Construction Sites
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
1.2%
1.2%
24
24
Pulleys
Pulleys
1%
1%
25
25
Complete Jobs
Complete Jobs
1%
1%
26
26
Communication
Communication
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Materials Requirements
Materials Requirements
0.6%
0.6%
28
28
Problem Roofs
Problem Roofs
0.5%
0.5%
29
29
Vapor Barriers
Vapor Barriers
0.4%
0.4%
30
30
Hard Worker
Hard Worker
0.4%
0.4%
31
31
Drip Edge
Drip Edge
0.1%
0.1%
32
32
Composition Materials
Composition Materials
0.1%
0.1%
33
33
Nail Heads
Nail Heads
0.1%
0.1%
34
34
Cover Roofs
Cover Roofs
0.1%
0.1%
35
35
Soundproof Sections
Soundproof Sections
0%
0%
36
36
Residential Roofs
Residential Roofs
0%
0%

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