HOVER provides measurements for the entire exterior of a property, including:

  • Roof square footage
  • Roof lengths (ridges/hips, valleys, rakes, gutters/eaves)
  • Roof pitch
  • Roof waste
  • Siding square footage
  • Siding waste
  • Openings (windows and doors quantity, united inches, square footage, tops lengths, sills lengths and sides lengths)
  • Inside corners (quantity and length)
  • Outside corners (quantity and length)
  • Level starter - bottom of siding that is level where most vinyl contractors use starter strip and most fiber cement contractors use starter strip/first course
  • Sloped trim - bottom of siding that is sloped where most vinyl contractors use J-channel (ground level) and/or flashing (rooflines) and fiber cement contractors use starter strip/first course
  • Vertical trim - a corner where siding meets another substrate; most vinyl contractors use J-channel here and most fiber cement contractors use a trim board
  • Eaves fascia - length of eaves
  • Rakes fascia - length of rakes
  • Level frieze board - top of siding that is level meets eaves
  • Sloped frieze board - top of siding that is sloped meets rakes (gables)
  • Gutters length
  • Soffit square footage - soffit square footage listed next to level frieze board is the eave soffit and sloped frieze board is the rake soffit
  • Shutters (quantity and square footage)
  • Vents (quantity and square footage)

*Note: The "other" column includes the following substrates: brick, stone, stucco, metal, tudor and wrap.

Accessing Measurements

When your property is complete, you'll receive an email and mobile notification. You’ll have access to measurements in a number of ways, including:

3D Interactive Measurements (in browser and mobile app)

*Note: If you're viewing the 3D Interactive measurements in a browser, press the "M" key and you can click and drag for specific measurements.

PDF (in email, browser and mobile app)

*Note: You can access the measurements PDF in-app or online. You can also print this PDF or export the measurements into Excel, XML, JSON, and CAD.

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