Being first to bid often means winning the job. Gathering project knowledge through site visits before preparing proposals simply takes too much time and often results in losing the job to the contractor who was there first with a job estimate. So how does a contractor secure reliable, accurate roof measurement information about a property without a site visit?
Fortunately, the advances in technology that are fuelling consumers’ need for instant gratification have also created new tools for the contractor. Aerial measurement technology was introduced to the industry in 2008, a powerful tool that delivers precise roof measurements to contractors. Relied on by contractors across the country, the roof measurement reports have changed the way many do business by providing accurate, detailed information about a property’s exterior before setting foot on site. Roof reports have even opened the door for companies who specialize in areas outside of roofing to confidently prepare an estimate for a roofing job.
There is a fantastic approach to cope with estimates for the expense of replacing your roof. Satellite Roof Measurements make it simple to determine the size of your roof. For a very exact measurement, the aerial estimation reports include rakes, ridges, hips, and valleys.
Why would you want to know about your roof's condition? There are a few advantages to knowing your roof measurements. The following are some of the advantages of knowing your home or business's Satellite Roof Measurement.
Why Should You Leave the Ladder at Home and Leave the Measurement to Us?
More than half of construction companies are allowing employees to work remotely after the implementation of COVID-19 and social distancing standards earlier this year. As a result, many companies are exploring new ways to meet client demands, especially during the present storm season, when homes are being destroyed by hail, winds, and tornado debris.
Aerial Roof Measuring
Replacing your roof isn't something you often do, and if you want to have a perfect new roof, you first need to get accurate measures of your existing one. However, it is not as easy as it sounds. On the contrary, measuring roofs can often be tricky, and it requires a lot of work and skills. Mismeasures can result in unneeded expenses and a waste of your time. Instead, you can use the wonders of new technologies and invest in fast and precise roof measuring.
Just 15 years ago, there was only one way to get a roof measurement—climb a ladder and run a tape measure. Now, with high-resolution aerial imagery and other new technology, contractors have multiple options for securing measurements. Here is a look at the pros and cons of each method.