Roofing has come a long way, especially in just the last ten years. We are proud to be on the cutting edge of what is available to the roofing industry. Here are some of the latest technologies we have implemented to keep up with the times, but more importantly serve our customers better.
Today’s satellite imagery allows us to measure a roof with accuracy down to a fraction of an inch. Type in the address and the computer software does the rest. Not only is the use of satellites to help measure roof extremely efficient, but it is also a safer option for our employees.
With the use of an infrared camera, our inspectors can see leaks that others miss. Material with a slightly higher moisture level shows up very clearly on a thermal scan. Ever heard of someone having a leak that they had five different companies come out and try to fix? Well, when you can view the roof or attic and “see” the moisture that is hidden to the naked eye, you can determine the exact source of the leak every time.
Satellite imaging is a valuable technology for us roofers, but it is not useful when you need to see a specific feature or problem of a roof up close. The other problem with relying on satellites is that the images are always several years old. You can’t see a roof as it exists today. However, with our drones, we can take HD video and high-resolution pictures of ANY roof, regardless of the height or difficulty. We can get these images in real time and see the roof as it currently exists. Areas too dangerous or difficult to access are now quickly and safely inspected, and the need for like lift trucks that could potentially damage the customer’s driveway are eliminated. Also, the inspection is done in about 1/3 the time.