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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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Why should you know how to measure a roof?

Posted by Josh Strehle on 5/28/19 6:31 AM


When you use RoofSnap, you always have the option to call in your pinch hitter with our SketchOS service. We’ve made it easy for our users to measure roofs themselves, but when they need some help with a complex, cut-up roof, or simply don’t have time to measure the projects on their calendar, SketchOS has their back.

When our service makes it so easy and affordable to order complete measurements, why would anyone bother learning to measure themselves? We’ll discuss that today.

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Topics: Roof Measurements, SketchOS

Younger, Safer, Smarter: The State of Roofing in 2019

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

 
We’re fresh off a trip to the IRE and about to fly out to Vegas for SVG’s annual education convention. Last week, we met and talked with vendors and contractors alike, trying to define the industry’s pain points and devise opportunities to solve them. This week’s blog is our thoughts on the state of the industry and where we fit into roofing in 2019. Read on!

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Topics: Roofing Contractor Software, Roofing Resources, Conventions, IRE

Speed Sketching: How Fast Can You Measure?

Posted by Josh Strehle on 1/28/19 7:00 AM


We’ve always prided ourselves on how fast RoofSnap has made roof measuring. While we’ve seen some serious tape wranglers out there, none can match our software for pure speed. But you haven’t seen anything yet. This month, we’re releasing an update to our online sketch scene that will make your measuring game even faster. Read on for all the details.Sketch Update Blog

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Topics: Roof Measurements, Aerial Roof Measurement

2018 Green Roofing Review

Posted by Josh Strehle on 12/3/18 7:33 AM

In a continuation on our last blog post, this week we’re brushing up on the environmentally friendly tech that’s come out in the last year. Winter months are a perfect time to spend a little time researching new systems and preparing to offer them to customers next year. As 2019 looms with a possible El Nino and hurricane seasons that seem longer and stronger every year, environmentally conscious homeowners will be seeking green-solutions to their roofing needs, and your company should be ready to meet that demand.

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Topics: Eco-Friendly, Green Technology, Green Roofing, Roofing Resources