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If you are working on a Monday you will be doing "sub pay" for the jobs from Friday. Sub pay can be a bit confusing at first and if you don't do it daily you can easily get behind and feel overwhelmed. That's why we have found that if you do your sub pay everyday then you never get behind and it is always up to date. There is a video below showing you exactly how to do sub pay step by step but i want you to keep a few things in mind before we get started. First the pay rate for crews change based on the area you are in. Some economies are better than others and thus the pay rate reflects that. If you do not know the pay rate for your crews in your area please get with your supervisor. Second is that we never pay a crew until a homeowner is satisfied. At the end of the day when the roof is complete your OPM will do a walk around with the homeowner. They will show them the project and make sure they are satisfied. If they are happy they will sign off at the bottom of the work order which is a COC or "Certificate of Completion". Basically this document states that the homeowner is happy with the install and that we can proceed with the process. As you do sub pay don't forget to turn each line red until you have a COC in hand AND have spoke to the homeowner to verify that everything is to their satisfaction. But before we move on to making those calls lets take a closer look at "sub pay"!