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Josh Strehle

Josh Strehle is Roofsnap's Marketing Coordinator. The only thing he likes more than connecting you with good content is spilling hot coffee on his keyboard and pants.
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Finding Help for your Business Software

Posted by Josh Strehle on 9/16/19 6:33 AM

 

We live in a world where there’s a software solution for almost everything. But what about when your problem is with the software? That’s when you need to know where to go for answers. In this post, we’re sharing our advice on getting support for the software your business uses.

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Topics: Roofing apps, Roofing Contractor Software, Roofing Resources, Software Support

Selling Roofs With Our New Measurement Report

Posted by Josh Strehle on 9/9/19 6:30 AM


If there’s one thing roofing contractors don’t need, it’s more advice on selling. Any google search on the subject will return a jumbled mess of lists, guides, e-books, and YouTube videos, not to mention expensive seminars on the subject. At RoofSnap, we prefer to concentrate on giving you tools that make your sales process easier, and our latest addition is our New Sketch Report. We’re going to take a look at the new report and talk about its most sellable features.

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Topics: High Definition, SketchOS, Best Practices, New Feature

New RoofSnap Documents

Posted by Josh Strehle on 8/12/19 3:47 PM


It's RoofSnap's mission to make your life easier, and we're always finding new ways to do that. Our next feature release is designed to take your business's contracts, material orders, and reports to the next level. Our software already saves you time by making most of the documents your business needs available at the push of a button.  We're going to take that feature and make it even better! Read on for details.

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Topics: Roofing Contractor Software, New Feature, Documents

Using RoofSnap for Storm Restoration

Posted by Josh Strehle on 8/2/19 6:30 AM


RoofSnap’s remote measuring solutions are ideal for contractors working in a storm environment. Unlimited projects mean no limits on the number of bids you can place. Syncing across platforms means you can start projects on-site and finish at your office (wherever that may be.) And SketchOS is there to take measurements off your hands entirely, and let you concentrate on helping homeowners recover.

Read on for details!

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Topics: Hurricanes, Best Practices