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What do you need in an Estimate?

Posted by Josh Strehle on 12/2/19 6:30 AM

 

We can all agree that the Estimate is an important part of the sales process. (Whether you should charge for an estimate is a conversation for another time.) There’s a lot of skill when it comes to presenting an estimate to your customer, and a lot of dull math to in putting it together. That’s where RoofSnap comes in. We’ve built our software to make the estimate process as painless as possible for you and your customer. When you’re making a sale, you need estimates that contain all the information your customer needs to move forward with you, that clearly present your value to the customer, and you need to be able to put it together quickly and easily. We’ll show you how RoofSnap covers all your bases in this week’s blog.

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Topics: Roof Estimating, Roofing 101, New Feature, Documents, Estimate

Roofing 101: Pitch Finding

Posted by Josh Strehle on 8/27/18 10:46 AM

In a continuation of our "You should probably already know this" educational blog series, this week we're taking a look at the importance of pitch and how you can easily find it today. (Trigger warning: this blog contains the use of technology in roofing and may cause anyone who uses the phrase "back in my day..." to leave angry comments below, you've been warned.)

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Topics: Roof Estimating, Pitch Finder Apps, Roofing 101

Roofing 101

Posted by Josh Strehle on 8/13/18 10:31 AM

In our line of work, we run into a lot of new entries into the roofing industry. From gung-ho entrepreneurs starting their first businesses, to tired nine-to-fivers moonlighting on the weekends, we have all users of all types taking advantage of RoofSnap's tools to streamline their workflow. Sometimes these newbies aren't entirely up-to-speed on the industry lingo though, and this week's blog is going to try to fix that. (You old-timers don't get a pass though, read through and make sure we didn't miss anything!)

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Topics: Roofing Resources, Roofing 101