The first time I ever drove through Roofers Springfield CO I was a little unsure of what to expect. Located in the southwest foothills of Colorado, Snowmass Village is known for its long summer days and picturesque vistas. It had been suggested that the area was a haven for artists, but maybe this was simply because I was driving by an artist’s studio – a nice setup. But there is a lot more to Snowmass than just artists – it’s also one of the most popular ski towns in the country, so I wanted to find out how the snow and mountain air were treating the people of Snowmass Village.
There are dozens of small shops on the main street, and more than a handful of “stores” lined up along the side of the main street, but apart from these shops, there seems to be very little business happening at all. Maybe the shops have been affected by the economic recession – I wouldn’t put it past them – but the shops in Snowmass Village seem to be untouched. And that makes me wonder: why are there no jobs here?
Well, it turns out that the lack of local business has more to do with supply than demand. Because the people of Snowmass Village have lots of reasons to want to work. A perfect storm hit the mountains over two weeks ago that dumped three feet of snow on the city. Without that much snow, you’d have to send plow after plowing over again, and that’s not cheap. So Snowmass Village has plenty of workers waiting to clean up.
In addition to the number of skiers, snowboarders, and snowmobiles, Snowmass Village has plenty of construction crews, too. And those construction crews can’t get as much work done as they would like. The problem is that the roads are still slick – and it’s getting colder. That means the workers have to take those few extra steps to make sure their work is done on time and on budget. It all adds up.
When it comes to contractors, Roofers Snowmass Village CO is probably one of their worst choices. They’ve been cutting costs for years – and sometimes, not on the projects that need to be done – but in this economy, that has to hurt. They have also been putting off work for the past year. In fact, when I asked them about their workforce situation a representative told me that there wasn’t actually any work going on – that all they had going on was processing labor rates for the people who were going to be coming in to clean the buildings.
As far as Roofers Salida CO goes, they have a couple of different options. They could hire a few new roofers (they only have so many of them) and hope that things turn around soon enough that those workers will be able to find jobs. Or they could try to fill the positions that are available with the people that have been there the longest – local residents. For a third option, they might try to hire people from the US or Canada. It doesn’t seem likely, but if they can – they may have some luck getting people who are happy to work for a few months rather than a couple of years.