A Blog for the Tech Savvy Roofer

Roofing Industry Technology in 2020 Pt. 2

This week, we’re continuing our series highlighting software solutions for the roofing industry. If you missed the last article in this series, we walked through a brief history of roofing-industry software and suggested some softwares that focus on lead generation and simplifying your sales process. (Here’s a link if you’d

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How to Measure a Roof in 2020

As our industry starts a new decade, we thought we’d take a look at the options that roofers have when it comes to measurements. As a technology provider, we like to stay on top of the latest advances in the industry. Still, we also want to remain aware of the

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What is SketchOS?

SketchOS is RoofSnap’s measurement ordering service. With full report pricing starting at $9, and a typical turnaround time of 2 to 4 hours for residential orders, SketchOS is our answer to the slow, overpriced services we see plaguing the industry. What makes SketchOS really stand out isn’t the price or turnaround time,

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Why should you know how to measure a roof?

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

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Speed Sketching: How Fast Can You Measure?

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

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HD Imagery: Try Before You Buy!

If you’re reading our blog, you are probably in the roofing industry. Even if you’re not a RoofSnap subscriber, you’ve definitely encountered a product that uses aerial imagery or sells that imagery directly to you. The market for aerial imagery has exploded since the turn of the century. All signs

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