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RoofSnap Comes to Canada

Posted by Josh Strehle on 6/18/19 6:30 AM

RoofSnap’s integrated imagery partners recently expanded their coverage to include 60 metropolitan areas in most Canadian provinces! RoofSnap subscribers can now measure in high definition in Quebec, Alberta, Ontario and more. SketchOS reports can also be ordered in the same coverage areas, bringing RoofSnap’s popular measurement service to users across North America. Read on for details!

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Topics: Roofing Contractor Software, Aerial Roof Measurement, High Definition, Canada

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

Roofing In Winter

Posted by Josh Strehle on 11/26/18 6:30 AM

 

With the first snow of the season already past our offices here in Columbus, Ohio. We’re definitely feeling the winter season closing in on us. While that doesn’t apply to all of our friends in the roofing industry, for those of you in the Northern latitudes, it’s almost time to pack in the tools and call an end to shingling for the year. That doesn’t work is over with though, this week’s blog is here to give you some suggestions on how to do more for your company than hibernate this winter season.

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Topics: The Benefits Of Demoing Software, Aerial Roof Measurement, Scaling Business

HOW DO YOU GET YOUR MEASUREMENTS?

Posted by Josh Strehle on 6/18/18 8:50 AM

In the not-so-distant days of roofing's past, there were only a few ways to obtain your linear and area measurements. They involved measuring tapes of varying length (not always long enough for the eave), measuring wheels that slip and slide depending on the surface, and expensive measurement reports from a single industry player. 

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Topics: Roof Measurements With Drones, Roofing apps, Aerial Roof Measurement