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Created by roofing experts, for roofing experts, SkyRoofMeasure provides comprehensive and affordable roof measurement reports to save you time and money. Reports are based on high-quality, up-to-date aerial imagery and help contractors and insurers quickly and easily estimate roofing jobs.

What do you need to know about aerial roof measurement?

Precise measurements must be taken to ensure the success of the project. SkyRoofMeasure™ aerial roof measurement reports are now available directly from blueprints, taking aerial roof measurement an extra step further to ensure that all of the angles are covered.

HOW TO ESTIMATE THE SIZE OF YOUR ROOF

Step One: Sketch Out Your Roof on Grid Paper

By doing this, you will have a much easier time figuring out the roof pitch and the roof surface areas. The best way to go about this by getting the longest dimension of the roof. A good thing to remember is that one roof square is equal to 100 square feet. Count how many squares there are and take that number and convert it into the measurement units you want to use for your drawing.

Step Two: Fill in the Details of Your Roof

Take note of things like valleys, diagonal distances, protrusions, overhangs, dormers, and hips as these will need their own measurements. Chimneys, vents, skylights, trim, and even pipes all affect the surface area of the roof. You may need to use binoculars to count out the squares of shingles in places that are unreachable. Sketch these areas out onto your roof diagram before moving onto the next step.

Step Three: Determine Roof Pitch

There are three ways by which you can measure your roof’s pitch.

  • Grab a ladder and place a level a foot or so up on the roof and hold. Measure the 12-inch mark from the bottom of the level down onto the roof. If this distance measures at four then you have a 4 in 12, or if it measures at 8, you have an 8 in 12 pitch.
  • Grab a ladder and jump up at the end of your house where the gable is. Place the level on the gable trim, flat against the house. Measure from the 12-inch mark on the level up to the bottom edge of the gable’s trim. The distance you get is the roof’s rise.
  • If you have an attic, you can place the level against one of the rafters and mark where the 12-inch mark is on the bottom of the rafter. Measure from the end of the level up to the bottom edge, and this will give you the roof’s rise.

The most common roof is a 6 in 12, which is a 27-degree angle with anything above this being anywhere between 30 and 45 degrees. Anything below a 6 in 12 is anywhere from a 5 to 23-degree angle.

Step Four: Calculate the Area of Your Roof

There are a few ways you can go about this, but typically the easiest way is to calculate the simple areas of the roof and then calculate the more complex areas. You can do this by finding out the estimated amount of how many shingles you will need. Measure out the length and width of each plane on your roof, including things like hips, dormers, and adjacent pitches. Multiply the length by the width to get the square footage of each plane.

Step Five: Input Results into a Roofing Calculator

Once you have the roof size in square feet (or in length times width as feet), the roof pitch, and the material you want your shingle to be, you can use a roofing calculator to get the total square feet of the roof area, the number of squares it has, and what the range of the installation cost will be. The average 1,700 square foot roof will have a roof area of around 1,901 square feet with twenty squares, and an installation cost of anywhere between $7,224 to $14,300.

When Ordering a Roofing Report Is More Effective: Even an experienced roofer/drone operator will need to study any photos or footage of a property carefully in order to make a detailed estimate or contract. Drones may be effective tools, but they are essentially just eyes in the sky – you might still run the risk of the operator miscalculating or misjudging critical data that can impact your orders, scheduling, and bottom line.

Know Your Teams’ Skillsets and Tools: Using drones for your roofing or contracting business can be a huge asset when it comes to documentation and archives. However, it’s important that you don’t come to rely on the skillset and license of one or two people.

Make sure your drone operators are professional – you are trusting them with an expensive piece of company property. While accidents can always happen, you should make sure that the person operating the drone always has their certified FAA license on hand, and can report back immediately if something does happen to the drone.

Know when a drone is an asset, and when it’s more cost and time effective to order a report. This may be up to your rep’s discretion, or you may have a protocol in place. Either way, it’s important to remember that while the drone is a fantastic piece of technology, that doesn’t always mean it’s the ONLY technology at their disposal.

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Roof Measurement

How To Measure A Roof
  • Step 1: How to Calculate Your Roof Square Footage. First, measure the length and width of each surface on the roof, then multiply these values to get the square footage of that surface. …
  • Step 2: How to Determine Your Roof Pitch. …
  • Step 3: Calculating Roof Squares.

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Satellite Roof Measurements

In most areas of the United States, a satellite image provided by Sky Roof Measure of a home’s rooftop is perfectly suitable as your basis for a complete and accurate roof measurement.  has Sky Roof Measure  integrated this technology into a simple user design. Search by address in the Sky Roof Measure app; click to open the satellite view and zoom right in. Now, just trace the linear features of the roof, which instantly calculates precise measurements. Now you’re ready to see a detailed report with the press of a button. It’s all there, the total square footage, roof squares, waste factors, and professional roof diagrams. In no time, you’ll master this simple application with your tablet or smartphone. Get ready to work more efficiently and more profitably!

Drone Roof Measurements

The rising popularity of drones in the roofing industry is no accident. Professional contractors everywhere are seeing the advantages of merging technology with their toolbox; allowing increased safety, higher accuracy, less headaches, and the type of modern presentation clients now expect. Simply put, combining high-resolution drone imagery with a powerful roof measurement application  means more sales. The days of spending 30+ minutes on a roof to calculate measurements – only to lose the bid – are becoming a thing of the past.

Roofing Squares: A Way To Measure Your Roof

What Is A Roofing Square?

A roofing square is a measurement, but it has nothing to do with square feet, meters, yards, or miles. A roofing square is commonly used by roofing companies and is roughly equivalent to 100 square feet. This measurement does not change whether it is a square of shingles or a square of tarp. This is because roofing squares are used to make calculating the cost of materials and labor easier than if you had to use square feet or yards.

Who Uses Roofing Squares?

The roofing square size form of measurement is only used within the roofing and construction industries. Though you can use the measurement yourself to try to calculate the cost of re-shingling your homes, such tasks are usually best left to an experienced roofing contractor. Nonetheless, even if you have confidence in your ability to determine the correct amount of materials needed, there are still a few steps you should take before you try.

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Satellite Roof Measurement Virginia

How do you measure a roof on Google Earth?

  1. On your computer, open Google Earth.
  2. Search for a place, or select a location on the globe.
  3. On the left, click Measure. . …
  4. Click the map to set measurement points.
  5. To remove a point, on the right, click Undo .
  6. To complete your line measurement, double-click on your last point, or click Done .

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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 are Satellite Roof Measurements?

Satellite Roof Measurement are measurements taken from an aerial view of your home. The measurements are then calculated with software. You can actually do this on google maps with the aerial view of the house. There is even a measuring tool that can tell you how many feet by how many feet the roof is.

If the house is not actually square then you have to add each section together. Many roofers add 10 % of the whole measurement to make sure they have enough materials. This helps if you are going to the home improvement store and have to know how many shingles you need.

Knowing the measurement helps you know how much of the other materials you need as well. Most materials for roofs are broken down by square footage. This way you will not end up buying too little or way too much. It always good to buy a little extra.

BENEFITS:

  • Faster Bids: The Sky roof measure  Reports enable roofers to compile fast, competitive bids. Delivered in just one hour, the report lists the number of squares and predominant pitch for a residential roof. When contractors upgrade to an Sky roof measure Premium Report, they can deduct the cost of the QuickSquares Report from the total price.
  • Greater Profitability: With a Sky roof measure report, roofers receive the highly accurate roof measurements and diagrams they need to complete the job. Those precise details result in more efficient material orders and production plans, leading to less waste and increased profits.
  • Superior Accuracy: Before using Sky roof measure Reports, one group of contractors required material redeliveries 46% of the time and pickups 37% of the time. After switching to Sky roof measure Reports, only two of their jobs needed redeliveries, and the number of pickups fell to zero.
  • Professional Estimates: The Sky Roof Measure reports are delivered as a professional document with a customizable cover page included at no additional cost to the contractor. The property owner report offers a professional presentation utilizing model. The ability to leave impressive aerial views with customers along with rapid estimates brands the company as forward thinking and reliable.
  • Negotiate and track labor charges: No haggling over steep charges or other crew payment issues when using EagleView reports. Accurate pitch, area and line measurements make tracking labor easy and collaborative. Instead of square measurement disagreements, all parties can use the measurements for rapid and profitable labor and production.
  • Increase the number of sales calls made in a day: Contractors receive the measurements and information needed to prepare proposals ahead of time. Spend time selling, not measuring and estimating. The time saved means more calls can be made in a day resulting in more closed sales.

 

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How Do You Measure a Roof Without Measuring It?

Roof surfaces are measured in “squares”. A roofing square is equal to 100 square feet of the roof. To determine the number of squares on the gable roof example in this post, divide its total of 2400 square feet by 100 (2400 ÷ 100 = 24). This means you would need 24 squares of shingles to cover that roof.

How do I calculate the size 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.)

 

How to Measure a Roof From the Ground

Measure out from the face of the wall below the fascia or rafter tails to a point that aligns with the outer edge of the roof. Multiply this measurement by the length of the roof from end to end, and add this to the first result. Double the result to determine the total area of the roof at both sides.

 

How do you measure the pitch of a roof from the outside?

To measure the roof pitch, you’ll need an 18- or 24-inch level, a tape measure, and a pencil. First, measure 12 inches from one end of the level and make a mark. Then, in the attic, place the end of the level against the bottom of a roof rafter and hold it perfectly level.

 

Is the square footage of a house the same as the roof?

Square Footage of Your Roof:

So a trick to estimate your roof size is to multiply the square footage of your house by 1.5 (ex: A 2,000 square foot house will have a roof that is approximately 3,000 square feet).

How much does it cost to reroof a 1000 square foot house?

Average Cost to Replace a Roof by House Size
House (& Roof**) by Square FootRe-Roofing Cost*
1,000 (1,054)$4,000 – $5,500
1,100 (1,160)$4,200 – $6,000
1,200 (1,265)$4,500 – $6,500
1,500 (1,581)$5,500 – $8,000

How much is a square of shingles?

Shingles are sold by the bundle and by the square. A square is equal to 100 square feet and will cost anywhere between $100 and $1,800. A bundle is around 1/3 of a square and costs an average of $30 to $600.
 

How many square feet are in a bundle of shingles?

33.3 sq. ft.
 
Calculating the number of bundles, you need is simple if you are using shingles that come three bundles to a square. Each bundle covers 33.3 sq. ft. of roof area—which is close enough to the 32 sq.

 

How much does it cost to tear off and replace a roof?

On average, it costs from $1.20-$4 per square foot to tear off and replace a roof with asphalt shingles. For a 1,700-2,100 square foot ranch-style property, that costs about $1,700-$8,400. However, roof replacement costs increase when you use higher-end roofing materials.
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Sky Roof Measures has built up credibility for quality services and basic delivery capability for its customers.

We Support:

  • Constructions
  • Homeowners
  • Insurance Claims
  • Independent Software Vendors
  • Insurance adjusters
  • Insurance companies
  • Building Contractors
  • Roofing Professionals
  • Government Solutions
  • Solar Installers

We deliver Aerial Roof Measurement & Reports, Satellite Roof Measurement & Reports, Marketing and Remote Data Management services.

WHY CHOOSE US?

  • Adaptable commitment models
  • Support different time regions
  • Consistent superior quality delivered
  • On-time delivery
  • Consumer loyalty
  • Price advantage

WHAT WE DO?

Our roof measurement company service gives generally efficient, accurate and inexpensive diagrams to our clients. We offer types of services to the roofing business by means of our partners in offshore locations.

Our Satellite Roof Measurement Service produces roof graphs wherein we take most extreme consideration of the considerable number of subtleties like impediments on roofs, accurate pitch figuring by observing various countenances on Aerial Photos (East, West, North and South) additionally lengths of the edges, hips, valleys, rakes, overhang, the territory of every feature and absolute zone of the roof.

Likewise significance is given while allocating line ID as this is exceptionally vital in getting ready roof charts. For setting up the roof charts we just need the location of the building and we can give you the roof graph of the structure with detailed exactness. The measurements are taken from satellite and aerial images that are ordinarily as, or more accurate, than measurements taken from site.

We are comfortable working with Google Earth, BING and Pictometry image sources. Our twofold check quality technique causes us giving quality yield to our clients.

We understand Time is Money. In this present day with the utilization of most recent innovation, there is no compelling reason to visit to the site genuinely and measure the roof. This should be possible utilizing flying symbolism broadly accessible on the web. Our cost effective services because of low compensation rate in India while keeping up top notch guidelines have indicated a noteworthy impact on our client’s organizations. That is the reason we remain the favored decision for our clients as their Satellite roof measurement company.

We have a group of experienced experts who can work utilizing various applications. We can receive any sort of innovation or restrictive programming application according to customer prerequisites to create Roofing Reports. We carefully never utilize any such restrictive data or programming application across customers. We work with non-revelation understandings set up.

We have numerous long years of experience with this Roof measurements services and can deal with any volume of work with a specified time period and turnaround as low as 24 hours or much lesser while keeping up top quality guidelines. We are truly adaptable in our working and can work nonstop if there is proceeded with business. Extra assets can likewise be used if the interest is more.

We are consistently open to have an exchange and depict our services in more prominent detail. We can work execute no-commitment pilot undertaking to display our capacities and service standards.

Our services are top tier and are supported by client references. It would be ideal if you click here to connect for additional details. We are certain that it would merit the time.