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.
If you've been a RoofSnap subscriber or a drone-flying roofing contractor for any amount of time, you know that leaves are one of the few things that stand between you and a clear view of your project's roof. Besides being a hazard to your drone's rotors, fully leafed trees can obscure vital portions of the eaves and, in more forested areas, entire homes from satellite and aerial photography.