Eagleview Training June 2013

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This training was a recap of the Eagleview Training provided in Fall 2012, with some additional updated and detailed calculations for how SHS will be using Eagleview as a tool to help close jobs, and improve accuracy.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Even though the pitch on a 2D report is not accurate, I can still order this report, edit the pitch on each of the facets, save the file and then get an updated report with updated measurements.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The given explanation suggests that even though the pitch on a 2D report may not be accurate, it is still possible to order the report. The user can then edit the pitch on each of the facets, save the file, and obtain an updated report with accurate measurements. This implies that the option "True" is the correct answer.

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  • 2. 

    What pitch does the 2D report default to?

    Correct Answer
    6/12
    6
    Explanation
    The 2D report defaults to a pitch of 6/12 or 6.

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  • 3. 

    Both 3D reports and Premium (3D) reports are the same high resolution images.  However, the difference between the two reports is that the 3D report may have a blockage (from a large tree or other object).  This blockage areas' measurements are most likely right and I do not need to do anything differently for these reports vs the Premium reports.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    Blockage area measurements need to be verified on-site. These areas are obvious since they are coloured yellow on the 3D report and there is verbiage on the report reminding the report user that verification is required.

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  • 4. 

    I am a SA and if there are any inaccuracies with any of the reports, I need to provide this feedback to the appropriate folks to improve the overall partnership and report accuracy.  Who do I send the report with the details on verified on-site inaccuracies to? 

    • A.

      DSM

    • B.

      Eagleview

    • C.

      Head Office

    Correct Answer
    A. DSM
    Explanation
    Send detailed verified on-site discrepancies with proof to your DSM. Your DSM will take care of ensuring the right people get this information to action.

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  • 5. 

    Even if my area has a high % of 2D reports and/or I'm concerned about their accuracy, I should continue to order reports because by ordering the report, I am informing Eagleview of the areas where SHS needs an updated "fly-by" to produce Premium reports.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    I should always try to order the report, and if it comes back that a Premium report is not available, I can always decline getting the 2D report.

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  • 6. 

    On all 3 types of reports, who's responsibility is it to ensure accuracy of measurements and bundle counts?

    • A.

      Eagleview

    • B.

      DSM

    • C.

      SA

    Correct Answer
    C. SA
    Explanation
    SA stands for Site Auditor. In all three types of reports (Eagleview, DSM, and SA), it is the responsibility of the Site Auditor to ensure the accuracy of measurements and bundle counts. The Site Auditor is in charge of conducting on-site inspections and verifying the information provided in the reports. They are responsible for double-checking the measurements and counts to ensure that they are accurate and reliable.

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  • 7. 

    When do I book an Eagleview Report?

    • A.

      When I get a lead sent to my phone and I acknowledge it

    • B.

      When I book the in-home estimate and confirm the correct address

    Correct Answer
    B. When I book the in-home estimate and confirm the correct address
    Explanation
    The Eagleview Report is booked when the in-home estimate is scheduled and the correct address is confirmed. This report provides detailed information about the property, such as measurements and roof condition, which is essential for accurate pricing and planning of the project. By booking the in-home estimate and confirming the correct address, the company ensures that they have the necessary information to generate an accurate Eagleview Report.

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  • 8. 

    I can give to a homeowner the "owner" report to help close the sale, but I will never provide a homeowner the detailed measurement report because they can give it to my competition.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The statement is suggesting that while the "owner" report can be given to a homeowner to assist in closing a sale, the detailed measurement report should not be provided because it could potentially be given to competitors. Therefore, the statement is true.

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  • 9. 

    There's a townhouse complex who I've got an appointment with - how do I order the Eagleview report for multiple units?

    • A.

      I order it the same way I would order any single unit

    • B.

      I can't order Eagleview for multiple units

    • C.

      I complete the bulk ordering template and provide to my DSM for approval

    Correct Answer
    C. I complete the bulk ordering template and provide to my DSM for approval
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I complete the bulk ordering template and provide it to my DSM for approval." This answer suggests that when ordering the Eagleview report for multiple units in a townhouse complex, the individual should complete a bulk ordering template and submit it to their DSM (District Sales Manager) for approval. This implies that there is a specific process in place for ordering the report for multiple units, and it involves obtaining approval from the DSM.

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  • 10. 

    How do I ensure the report I get is for the correct house?

    • A.

      I order the report for the one that Eagleview automatically picks

    • B.

      I ask the homeowner questions like "Is your house the one with the fire hydrant in the front and the cranberry door?"

    • C.

      It doesn't matter if I get it right or wrong, I can always order another one.

    Correct Answer
    B. I ask the homeowner questions like "Is your house the one with the fire hydrant in the front and the cranberry door?"
    Explanation
    The correct answer suggests that the way to ensure the report is for the correct house is by asking the homeowner specific identifying questions about their house, such as the presence of a fire hydrant in the front and a cranberry door. This would help to confirm that the report is indeed for the intended house.

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  • 11. 

    The waste factors to be used does not include all the hips/ridges/starter course bundles in the calculations

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The waste factors to be used include all the hips/ridges/starter course bundles in the calculations. Therefore, the correct answer is False.

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  • 12. 

    To get the bundle counts for BP shingles, I add up the square footage by pitch and divide by

    Correct Answer
    33
    Explanation
    The answer is 33 because the square footage of BP shingles is divided by 33 to determine the number of bundles needed. This indicates that each bundle of BP shingles covers approximately 33 square feet.

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  • 13. 

    On a plain Gable Roof, the waste factor I should use is

    Correct Answer
    15
    15%
    Explanation
    The waste factor to be used on a plain Gable Roof is 15 or 15%. This means that when calculating the materials needed for the roof, an additional 15% should be added to account for any waste or extra materials that may be required during the installation process. This waste factor helps to ensure that there is enough material on hand to complete the job without running out or needing to order more supplies.

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  • 14. 

    On a moderate Gable Roof, the waste factor I should use is

    Correct Answer
    20
    20%
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 20, 20%. The waste factor refers to the additional material that needs to be accounted for when installing a roof. In the case of a moderate Gable Roof, a waste factor of 20 or 20% should be used. This means that 20% of the total material needed for the roof should be added to account for any waste or errors during installation.

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  • 15. 

    On an Extreme Hip Roof, the waste factor I should use is

    Correct Answer
    22
    22%
    Explanation
    The waste factor to be used on an Extreme Hip Roof is 22.22%. This means that when calculating the materials needed for the roof, an additional 22.22% should be added to account for waste. This waste factor takes into consideration any cuts, errors, or unforeseen circumstances that may result in the need for extra materials during the roofing process.

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  • 16. 

    A mixture Gable/Hip roof with 2 turrets should have a waste factor that is

    • A.

      Less than 22%

    • B.

      22%

    • C.

      More than 22%

    Correct Answer
    C. More than 22%
    Explanation
    A mixture Gable/Hip roof with 2 turrets should have a waste factor that is more than 22% because the presence of turrets adds complexity to the design and construction process. Turrets are unique architectural features that require additional materials and labor to properly integrate into the roof structure. This extra complexity and the need for precise measurements and cuts often result in more waste generated during the roofing installation. Therefore, a waste factor of more than 22% is expected for this type of roof design.

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  • 17. 

    Calculate the total bundles for this roof.  It is a Plain Gable. Facet A = 143 sq ft at 6/12 Facet B = 305 sq ft at 8/12 Facet C = 253 sq ft at 6/12 Facet D = 309 sq ft at 8/12

    • A.

      31 bundles

    • B.

      36 bundles

    • C.

      37 bundles

    Correct Answer
    B. 36 bundles
    Explanation
    The total square footage of the roof can be calculated by adding up the square footage of each facet. Facet A has an area of 143 sq ft, Facet B has an area of 305 sq ft, Facet C has an area of 253 sq ft, and Facet D has an area of 309 sq ft. Adding these numbers together gives a total square footage of 1010 sq ft. To determine the number of bundles needed, we divide the total square footage by the coverage per bundle. Assuming each bundle covers 28 sq ft, we divide 1010 sq ft by 28 sq ft to get approximately 36 bundles. Therefore, the correct answer is 36 bundles.

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  • 18. 

    Calculate the total bundles for this roof.  It is a Minor Cut Hip Roof. Facet A = 253 sq ft at 6/12 Facet B = 374 sq ft at 8/12 Facet C = 387 sq ft at 6/12 Facet D = 399 sq ft at 8/12

    • A.

      43

    • B.

      49

    • C.

      50

    • D.

      51

    Correct Answer
    D. 51
  • 19. 

    Calculate the total bundles for this roof.  It is a Moderate Cut Hip Roof. Facet A = 335 sq ft at 6/12 Facet B = 485 sq ft at 8/12 Facet C = 385 sq ft at 6/12 Facet D = 581 sq ft at 8/12

    • A.

      55

    • B.

      63

    • C.

      64

    • D.

      67

    • E.

      68

    Correct Answer
    D. 67

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