Roofing

Why Roofing Companies Need a Drone Strategy (and How to Start)
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Roofing companies are adopting drones for many reasons. They keep people safer. They can be more efficient for gathering roof information. Some are doing it because they feel it’s the next big step forward for roofing bids. The thing is, many roofing companies are missing the point. Sooner than you might realize, roofing companies will…

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Damage Detection for Storm Season
Why AI and Damage Detection Matters to Roofers
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The roofing industry is changing. Property owners demand quick, excellent service. Insurance carriers want ever-higher-quality roof information. It’s tougher than ever to find laborers, plus, a changing climate means stronger storms are on the horizon. To tackle demands and amplify service, roofing companies are adopting cutting-edge technologies like AI to give them better insight and…

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Case Study: How Elevated and IMGING Bring Roofing Into the Digital World
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The people at Elevated Roofing aren’t roofers – they’re visionaries. They’ve become one of the largest roofing companies in North Texas largely thanks to their focus on customer service and new technologies like drones and artificial intelligence. Read the full story to find out how Elevated: Moves the industry forward by using the latest tech…

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How Do Drone Roof Inspections Work?
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Since drones are still relatively new to the roofing world, many roofers wonder how a drone inspection might benefit their work. Some estimators are using drones to keep estimators safe and to get as much as triple the estimates out the door. If you’re wondering how drone-based roof inspections can give you results like these,…

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Why Drone-Created 3D Models Matter to Roofers
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Drones have made big strides over a short period of time. Industry professionals are discovering new and innovative ways to implement them into existing workflows, and roofing is well-suited to add drones to their toolset. Many roofers know about drones and some have begun to use them, but few roofers are unlocking the full potential…

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Roofers: Don’t Hire More – Use Drones and Do More
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Roofing companies hit growth spurts, and there’s a natural seasonality of the business that can make finding help difficult. When things are busy, should you hire more employees, hire third party services, or to place heavier workloads on current employees? One question to ask yourself before you hire new people and reallocate workforce hours is…

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Roofers: Do You Have Any of These Concerns About Drones?
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Among some roofing contractors there’s a level of uncertainty when they think about using drones for roof estimates. Drones are still new technology, and some of the hesitation may come from the fact that up until recently, drones were either toys kids play with or weapons used by the military, but that’s all changed. Drones…

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Here’s Why Drone Platforms Trounce Basic Measurement Reports
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Technological innovations are driving widespread change through many industries. Drones have found a niche in the construction industry but have special appeal to roofing. Thanks to drone solutions, roofing contractors can get way more than just the basic measurements they see from most roof inspection reports. In this piece, we’ll break down why a roofing-tailored…

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Why Roofers Might Consider Drones for Inspecting Complex Roofs
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Big projects are a great opportunity for a roofing contractor. They present the chance to make tidy profits and to prove to the customer that they chose the right contractor. The trouble is that a lucrative roofing project can often be a incredibly steep, large, or complex roof. These jobs are great but they either…

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Roofers: Preventing a Single Injury with Drone Tech Can Save You Thousands
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According to the National Library of Medicine, 136,118 injuries a year are related to ladders and roofing is by far the most dangerous construction trade. Falls are a big expensive problem and roofers should be doing all they can to lower the risks. Certainly, there will always be a fall risk for crews repairing or…

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