Just Leaks is Now Hiring Experienced Roofers

If you are an experienced roofer, here is what the Just Leaks team is seeking:

3 to 5 years of flat roofing and some carpentry are needed for an industrial flat roofing co. You must perform a wide range of tasks. You must have the following:

  • A clean DMV record
  • Pass a background check and a drug test
  • Have good communication skills
  • Be self-motivated and a team player

We will provide your tools, truck, lunch, a friendly work environment and some benefits. Pay is based on ability.

We are an industrial flat roof maintenance and repair company. We mostly do service type work. In the Winter and Spring, we do leak calls. In the Fall, we do maintenance. During Summer, we do whole roofs using cold process built-up, coatings, SPF foam and SA systems. We also have a General Contractor’s license so we can take on anything we want. Our work is very diverse.  We do a bit of carpentry, rot repair, new framing, and structural upgrades.

We are a medium size outfit in San Jose whose workers try hard to work together as a team. We are looking for someone who can hit the ground running. We also want a person who cares about the work he is doing, the company he is working for, and the people he is working with, knowing his care and attention will be reciprocated. We tend to work year round with little down time. You would need to be willing to do whatever is needed at the time, (and there is quite a list). You will not get bored.

If you believe you are a great fit for this position, submit your cover letter and resume to Craig Siemer at craig@justleaks.com.

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Five Ways To Lower The Energy Bill for Your Commercial Building

Many owners and tenants of commercial buildings are interested in finding ways to lower their energy bills. Here are five easy ways to reduce the energy consumption in your industrial building.

  1. Install automatic shut-off light switches. Even if you are using low-voltage lighting, it’s smart to install automatic shut-off light switches that power down a room when it’s not occupied. Encourage all building tenants to turn off the lights before they leave work.
  2. Use Energy Star appliances and other energy-saving equipment. Not only do you save by lowering your energy costs with Energy Star appliances, but some equipment can earn you rebates, too. Check into all the energy-saving equipment available on the market for your commercial building and tenants’ industry requirements. The equipment you choose could make a big difference in your power bills.
  3. Install water-saving devices. Lower your building’s water consumption by utilizing water saving devices on all sink fixtures. Replace older toilets with newer low-flow tanks. Encourage all building tenants to reduce water usage when possible.
  4. Reduce air conditioning usage at night. If your commercial building is not required to keep electrical equipment and perishable goods at a lower temperature, consider turning off the A/C at night. The morning air should be cool enough to keep the inside comfortable when the air conditioning is turned on for the day.
  5. Install or maintain a cool roof coating. Just Leaks helps many commercial property owners and tenants save big time on energy costs by installing cool roofs. Coated with AcryPly Polyester Membrane Systems or Spray Polyurethane Foam Systems, flat industrial roofs stay significantly cooler. Not only will a cool roof lower your energy bills, but it also benefits the environment.

For more information about cool roofs and how they can help lower the energy costs on your commercial properties, contact Just Leaks for a consultation. Our phone number is 408-249-4646, and we will be happy to assist you.

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