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!
If you tuned in to our webinar last week, you’d already know the answer to this question. If blog-reading is more your speed, this is the post for you. Last week, we announced a brand new feature for our subscribers called RoofSnap Credits. Although it sounds like the hottest new crypto-currency, it’s actually our way of bringing the high-resolution imagery from our partners at Nearmap to you… for free.
Intrigued? We thought so, read on and we’ll answer your questions.
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 point to continued growth into the next decade and that's just for imagery suppliers! One thing they all have in common is that you usually don't get to see the imagery before your purchase.
We've been measuring roofs from aerial imagery for a long time, and one of our favorite improvements to the process has been the addition of HD imagery into DIY measurements. We've made do with muddy satellite imagery in the past, but if you've ever imported drone imagery and measured off of a 12 MP camera or better yet brought a Nearmap image into your project, you know what we're talking about. This week's blog will take you through the benefits of bringing the absolute best images to your measurements.