How Paper Can Make a Mess of a Job Site

It’s safe to say that most contracts are favorable most to the writer of the contract. AIA construction contracts, for instance, tend to favor the owner; in public works projects, supplemental conditions are thrown in on top with things like liquidated damages and other caveats and indemnification that works to the advantage of the public – public money is often considered a ‘privilege’ and contractors are ‘lucky’ to be awarded these projects in the first place.

El Nino Warms the US Construction Market

The weather phenomenon is characterized by warming oceans (which sounds great on the surface), changes in the jet stream, and a whole assortment of other scientific stuff but, essentially, it results in some pretty dangerous weather all over earth.

Renovating Your Property?
Get Better Quality Bids and Higher Value Service

As a property owner, a homeowner, a real estate developer or a property manager, finding a reliable, trustworthy contractor is essential in maintaining and bettering your property. If you don’t already have a go-to roofer, patio installer, siding specialist, Scope Technologies’ tools can help you find the most reliable contractor around. 

Top 10 Components of RoofScope

We condense all essential data into two pages so that you don’t get overwhelmed with too much information (and you reduce the amount of wasted paper!).

Best Practices for Insurance Adjusters: Third Party Takeoff Reports

When a policyholder’s property has been hit by hail or received damage that can’t be assessed from the ground, you as the insurance adjustor, have to drive all the way out to the property, climb the roof to assess the damage, take images, then go back to the office and file a report. Or do you?

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