Are you in need of a roof replacement, but concerned about having contractors come to your home, or simply lacking the time to devote to an in-person inspection? Well, we have some great news for you! With the increasing availability of virtual communication channels, it's now possible to get a roofing estimate without having a contractor physically come to your property. That’s right folks, it’s a little something called a virtual roofing estimate, which is a convenient and safe way to get an estimate for roofing work without having to worry about face-to-face interactions. The process involves using technology such as email, video conferencing, and specialized software platforms to send and receive information and images of your roof. It’s really that simple.
While you may be thinking, “Hm, a virtual roofing estimate doesn’t sound like it’d be as accurate as the real deal”, they can still provide a reasonable idea of the cost and scope of the work to be done. So, it is the real deal, just in a 21st-century-progression-of-technolgy sort of way. That being said, it's important to provide detailed information and images of your roof to the contractor to ensure the accuracy of the estimate.
Woah, let’s pump the breaks for a minute. Look, we get it. Having a virtual roofing estimate can be unnerving for several reasons. First and foremost, it's natural to have concerns about the accuracy of the estimate. Without an in-person inspection, you may be worried that the contractor won’t be able to identify all the issues with your roof and may miss important details that could impact the final cost. Not to mention, RoofCrafters' virtual estimate is only available for roof replacements, so if you're in need of a repair, this service is not for you.
If you’re known for keeping it old school, a virtual inspection may not provide you with the same level of reassurance and confidence that a face-to-face meeting with a contractor can provide. Some homeowners may feel more comfortable discussing their concerns and asking questions in person, rather than through a digital communication channel, and that’s okay! If you're someone who’s looking for a hassle-free and safe way to get a roofing estimate, a virtual estimate might be just the answer you’ve been looking for. If that cramps your style, we recommend scheduling an in-person inspection by clicking the button below.
However, if you’re a gung-ho-technology-pro, we’re glad you’re here. In this guide, we'll walk you through an overview of the virtual estimation process as well as the steps involved in receiving a virtual roofing estimate, and provide you with some tips and tricks to help you get the most accurate estimate possible. Let’s get started, shall we?