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Check out these three tips to help you choose the right roofer to work on your home:
- Compare Roofers. No two roofers are made alike. …
- Ask About the Materials Each Roofer Will Use. Your estimate should go into detail about the materials involved. …
- Analyze Workmanship and Material Warranties.
How many roof estimates should I get?
Getting at least three different estimates will help ensure that you find the best price and company. Don’t just choose from the first few roofing contractors that show up on an Internet search.
9 Tips For Accurate Roof Measurements
1. Be sure the address is correct
2. Standardize your methods
3. Understand the roof geometry
4. Use Clearoof™ for high-resolution clarity
5. Double check the roof pitch
6. Get Training – It’s Free and Unlimited
7. Use Scale Verify
8. Make sure to include add-ons
9. Practice, Practice, Practice
Can I measure my roof with Google Earth?
The good news is there is a way to measure your roof in a safe and accurate way, all from the comfort of your home: use Google Earth. With just a few clicks, you can search for any address, get a bird’s eye view of your roof, and get the roofing measurements that you need.
Calculate the square footage of my roof
Multiply your house length by your house width to get the area. (For example, 40 feet x 30 feet = 1,200 square feet.) Next, multiply the area by your roof’s pitch. (1,200 x 1.05 = 1,260 square feet.)
Measure my roof for metal roofing
Determine the length of the metal panels needed for one side of your roof by measuring from the fascia board (the board attached to your roof joists) to the ridge (the peak) of the roof. For example, your roof could measure 12 feet to its peak. This number will tell you the total length of metal panels needed.
How many shingles make a square?
How Many Shingles In A Square? For regular 3-tab, non-laminated shingles, you’ll have around 78 shingles per square. Some older styles of 3-tab shingles will have up to 87 shingles per square. Architectural shingles will have anywhere from 57 to 66 shingles per square.
How wide is a sheet of metal roofing?
Standard sheets in the U.S are 36 inches wide but the length can vary. Determine the overlap required so that each roofing sheet can rest on the adjacent sheet to avoid gaps in the roof. This value varies according to roof angle, local climate, type of sheet and exposure to the wind.