Scope Technologies will introduce ProScope, a home and building inspection app unlike any of its kind, at this year’s International Roofing Expo. This mobile application combines unparalleled technology and a simple interview process to compile the condition and measurement data of a property's exterior condition into one easy-to-read report, saving time and money for contractors and adjusters. Expo guests can try the app out at Scope Technologies’ booth 329 in the Technology and Business Services Pavilion.
Gain a competitive edge by maximizing your experience at the 2014 International Roofing Expo. As one of the largest roofing conventions in the world, IRE provides numerous opportunities to build your network, be the first to see the newest technologies, check out cutting-edge materials, and learn more about your trade from industry experts.
Scope Technologies is pleased to announce the launch of RoofScope. Using Scope Technologies' unique aerial measuring tools and ScopeCAD, a proprietary drafting software made by Scope Technologies' engineers, RoofScope compiles architectural roof drawings and measurements into a two-page, easy-to-read report. RoofScope Reports save contractors time and money and position them in the market as industry-dominating experts.
There’s an App for That.
Have you been manually measuring customers’ homes or buildings? Are you hand-drafting reports? Have you caught yourself making errors in your estimates or material orders for roofing, siding, or window or gutter replacement jobs? Ever wish someone could do the work for you? Scope Technologies, parent company to RoofScope, is preparing to launch ProScope, the first app of its kind that uses unparalleled technology to compile incomparably accurate measurements and conditions of a structure into reports for you.
Good news for homebuilders and roofers! The National Association of Home Builders announced that the US housing marketing is slowly advancing. According to the January NAHB/First American Leading Markets Index, the one-year average of single-family housing permits, home prices and employment levels in 56 major US markets has risen above or has reach the same levels as their last period of normalcy.