Roofing, Siding, Insulation, Gutter Measurements?
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. 

NAHB Reports Rise in Housing Activity

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.

Happy Holidays!
Roof too Snowy to Measure?

RoofScope will keep your business running smoothly in not-so-smooth weather.

Give the Gift of Time and Money Saved

‘Tis the season for giving! Don’t forget that you can give your friends and colleagues $100 worth of RoofScope® reports this holiday season! RoofScope® reports will help them save time and save money on roofing measurements. 

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Want to know how to get more deals on RoofScope® Reports? Interested in learning more about what RoofScope® can do for you?

Adding a Personal Touch

At RoofScope®, accuracy and 100% customer satisfaction are our top priorities. One way to we provide top notch customer service is by adding a personal touch to our services and reports. 

Roof Measurement Reports: Why Only Two Pages?

Pitch, eave length, hip length, step flashing, imagery, etc. A lot goes into a roof measurement report, but which details are most beneficial? Through research and experience, RoofScope® has narrowed down roof measurement reports to a tee. 

Don’t Lose a Customer to DIY Roofing

Attention roofers: Next time a potential customer considers DIY roofing over your services, remember these 8 key reasons why professional roofers exist for a reason.

Customer Testimonial: RoofScope Caught the Details I Missed

RoofScope’s delivery time and the quality of their reports are fantastic, and the images are spot on."

-Craig Wall Roofer & Independent Adjuster Roofing in Colorado, Inc.

7 Ways RoofScope Saves you Money

With a 95% accuracy rate and a one-day turnover , RoofScope® reports save you time and the hassles of having to re-measure a roof, recalculate data or hand-draft aerial takeoff reports. As with most business processes, saved time means saved money. Here are a few other ways RoofScope® reports will save you money.

Integrity Before Profit

A lot of people wonder why we decline roof measuring jobs. “Aren’t you losing business?” customers have asked us. Sure, we might lose roofing business and a little profit, but integrity is more important to us. If a large tree or obstacle were in the way of giving you near-perfect roofing imagery and roofing measurements, we’d rather save you your money than give you a mediocre roofing report.

A Note for Homeowners: Think Twice Before DIY Roofing

Have you been trying to find ways to save on roof repairs? Have you considered repairing your own roof? Just as measuring a roof on your own can be more costly and time consuming than ordering an inexpensive RoofScope® report, repairing your roof on your own can be more expensive than hiring a professional. 

7 Ways RoofScope® Saves You Time

At RoofScope®, we understand your time is valuable. RoofScope® is designed to take a few steps out of the roof measuring and estimate process to give you more time to work on the other projects that will benefit your business. Spend less time preparing and more time profiting. So what are the timely hassles RoofScope® eliminates for you?

How to Avoid Roofing Scams This Storm Season

You’ve seen it in the news–roofers or insurance adjusters who purposely create damage to a homeowner’s roof then charge them for the repairs. In fact, with the recent storms upon us, homeowners are at much higher risk for roofing scams. So the question for the homeowner becomes, “Do I take the risk of allowing a contractor on my roof or do I just not repair my roof at all?” 

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