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Question DetailsAsked on 5/19/2016

Should i give the roofers a tip?

Do I give a tip to the roofers team?

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You can if you want, they probably don't expect one. A roofer - not the boss - the actual roofing crew - probably make about $100-225 a day in wages depending on skill, locale and how many hours they work, to give you an idea of what they make. $10-20 each certainly would probably be appreciated and be in an acceptable range. To make easy to distribute to the crew best to do in small bills if giving it all to the foreman to distribute (if doing that, best to do in sight of the crew so they KNOW he is supposed to distribute it to them).

Another thing you can do is put out some donuts/cookies or fruit and something to drink - insulated thermos of coffee and bottled water if cold out, or ice chest of sodas, iced tea, and water cans/bottles if hot - and a container of hand wipes. Things you can put outside for them and they can grab and run, not a sit-down type thing - you don't want to delay the work.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD

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