Roof IQ quickly lets roofing contractors know which houses have been damaged by wind or hail. (Photo: State Farm via Flickr)
Roof IQ quickly lets roofing contractors know which houses have been damaged by wind or hail. (Photo: State Farm via Flickr)

CoreLogic says Roof IQ uses geocoding technology along with its database of properties to identify homes that have suffered significant wind or hail damage, thus allowing roofing companies to offer assistance in less time.

Roof IQ provides interactive maps that show the scope and extent of damage within 24 hours of a storm. In addition to identifying specific properties that may have been damaged, as well as producing information about the homeowners, the service incorporates roof measurements produced by its SkyMeasure service.

Andrew Zickell, senior leader, business development, for CoreLogic, said Roof IQ "eliminates the inefficiency of randomly canvassing an area following a storm by combining immediate prospect identification with full property-level data and imagery.”

Users can monitor storms by region, city, or state and buy prospective customer leads based on specific areas.

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