The cost of roofing leads varies depending on 1) which lead service you buy them from and 2) characteristics of the lead.
For example, full roof installations and commercial roofing leads may be on the pricier side compared to small roof repairs or roof painting, due to the estimated value of the lead.
Roof installation and replacement leads are often categorized by the type of roofing material requested. For example, asphalt shingle roof leads may cost less than standing seam metal roofing leads. The cost of each lead is often a reflection of the estimated cost of the job. A lead for a $10,000 job is considerably more valuable than a lead for a $5,000 roofing job. The price of the lead will reflect that.
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Shared leads are going to be more affordable than exclusive leads. Exclusive roofing leads are only sold to one roofing company. Shared leads may be sold to 2 or 3 roofing contractors.
Lead prices may also vary by season. They may be higher in the winter when many contractors are looking for additional work. Interested in buying roofing leads? We can help. Use ProMatcher to find marketing programs for roofing contractors
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Last Updated: October 30, 2018