EagleView PremiumReport™

Quick, Cost-Effective Roof Reports

TRUSTED MEASUREMENTS, IMAGERY, AND DATA

The EagleView PremiumReport™ delivers critical measurements, derived from high-resolution aerial imagery, for residential and commercial structures.

EagleView Reports benefit both residential and commercial roofing contractors, and there are EagleView products available for insurance claims adjusters as well.

Where other aerial roof measurement services rely on low-grade satellite imagery, our roof measurement products includes georeferenced, high-resolution aerial imagery captured at low altitudes from a top-down perspective as well as views from the north, south, east, and west.

LONDON - Roof outlinedEagleView PremiumReports include measurements for:

  • Roof length
  • Roof area
  • Roof pitch
  • Hips
  • Ridges
  • Valleys
  • Verges
  • Eaves
  • Drip edges
  • Flashing
  • Step flashing
  • Parapet walls

 

EagleView creates 3D diagrams of the roof facets, giving roofing industry professionals a much-needed top-down view of the job.

With trusted EagleView measurements, roofing industry professionals can quickly estimate the most profitable margins and reduce waste on each bid without ever having to climb onto a roof. The PremiumReport also includes a summary page with a waste calculation table to give roofing professionals all the information in one place. Fast and precise roof estimates help professionals save time and bid on more jobs, which can potentially lead to an increase in sales revenue.

With a typical delivery time of three days or fewer, the EagleView PremiumReport is a must-have resource on any residential or commercial roofing job.

A Clearer Vision

PremiumReports for Residential Roofing Projects

Each EagleView PremiumReport contains images of the roof from the top down as well as from the north, south, east, and west. As an industry leader, EagleView processes thousands of roof reports per day, including during storm season when there are higher volumes of insurance claim-related jobs.

 

 

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