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Roof Measurements From Satellite

Aerial Measurements For Roofing Contractors and using Google Maps to get unlimited roof measurements can help any roofing contractor, and be more efficient. Most roofers feel like they need to go to every estimate and then measure the roof, and most of the time it’s a good idea to go to every estimate, but this free tool will give you the opportunity to do a little homework before you get to the job.

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Satellite Roof Measurements 

Our  roofing contractors are able to receive measurements of any roof in a very short time with extreme accuracy without the need to visit your home or business. Our aim is to provide you with all the necessary information to enable you to make informed decisions. 

Saving Precious Time

It also happens that roofing issues can sometimes become roofing emergencies so utilizing satellite roof measurements can speed up the process of repairing your roof. There is no need to book appointments in advance to have our roofers visit your home in order to physically take measurements and conduct calculations in order to provide you with an accurate estimate. Our foam roofing experts receive all your roofing measurements electronically and prepare your free no-obligation estimate in the shortest time possible.

How Satellite Information Is Received 

Satellite roof measurements are based on satellite images sourced from Google application programming interfaces (APIs) that receive information and images from Google Earth. The information and images are used to calculate accurately both the square footage and slope of your roof. It is no longer necessary to have individuals climbing on your roof to take physical and time-consuming measurements.

The Roof Measurement Report provides a detailed analysis of your roof layout and all the critical dimensions. Our full color report provides the detailed lengths, pitch and areas of every surface plane and edge. This report saves your time and enables accurate roof estimates for a roof repair or replacement. This is a professional grade report used for use by licensed roofing contractors or insurance companies. You will receive the report in .PDF format by email within 1-3 days.

What factors determine the price of a roof?

Type of Roofing  –  The material type that you purchase for your roof affects the bid price. There is a basic 3 tab or 3 in 1 style, Architectural or Laminated (Most Common) and then you designer or premium level shingles. Each of the major manufacturers will have their own individual characteristics, the thicker the shingle the heavier it will be rated for durability.

Pitch – The steeper the roof the steeper the price! Steeper roofs require additional safety precautions and create slower installation speeds. This additional labor required will add to the total cost of the job.

Height – Similar to the roof’s pitch affect on price, the higher the roof typically the higher the price. Most companies will charge an additional amount for 2 or 3 story access.

Allowance For Growth And Change

Since technology has thrived over the past few years and is consistently growing and changing, using satellite imagery allows for the ability of homeowners and contractors to grow and change with reducing risk and potential damages that could occur when obtaining roof measurements. In addition by getting more accurate readings and measurements on the roofs, the expenses that are required are reduced as they are more accurately acquired and they take fewer visits to obtain the calculation or measurements. In addition, satellite measurements have the ability to give homeowners the exact square footage even though the slopes and steeps of the home. This can increase contractors companies proficiency and accuracy to help homeowners increase the longevity of their homes because the repairs will be done more professionally. Moreover, contractors and homeowners can measure roof from a satellite for free with the programs that are available online, thus saving them time, claims, flexibility, and materials for roofing jobs.

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