Custom Roofing Invoice
All programs in one integrated package.
We have improved all our programs and put them into one package. Get a material list by entering a few numbers. A couple clicks enters your predefined price per square and your total price is produced. Click another button and produce proposals, invoices, change orders, certifications and letters. All documents and roof measurements are saved to one file.
New RoofCalculator 6.4 + New Price Per Square
We have improved both of these programs and put them into one package. Get a material list by entering a few numbers. A couple clicks enters your predefined price per square and your total price is produced. See all your numbers entered in detail.
Version 3.5, release date: October 8, 2016
Create and print beautiful professional proposals, invoices,
change orders, roof certifications and letters. Fast and easy
to use. All parts of your documents are fully customizable.
Insert pictures, word art, your logo or anything you can copy
and paste. Comes with an book that emails
The address book makes customer information truly organized. Save an estimate in the RoofCalcWriter program and your address book is updated. Need to email just click the email button. Sort by company name or last name.
Got repeat customers, just double click a name on the list or click the insert into estimate button. Search? Just start typing in the box provided and the names will be highlighted according to what you type. Click the address icon to display an online map to the selected customer being edited.
Send your proposals, Invoices and other documents by email with just a couple clicks. Or send a custom formatted html email to anyone.
Our business hours 9:00 AM to 11:00 PM Pacific Time, Monday thru Saturday. We answer emails usually within an hour and never more than 4 hours. You will not see any irritating popup window advertisements on this website. You will never receive unsolicited email from RoofGenius.
I am a former roofing contractor and i am the owner of this website. I have been in the roofing business for 41 years. 24 years as a shingler and 17 years as a roofing contractor all in California.
I started shingling when i was 14 after school and on the weekends. We nailed on wood shingles by throwing a handfull of 3 penny nails in our mouth.
We were given a roll of metal and made all of our step shingles, chimney flashings and any other flashings we needed.
How things were then is a whole another story. I will post some of those stories when i get time. I can remember some really neat inventions (Liftbed trucks, nail strippers).
My business philosophy was this: Do everything to code, use the best materials, do not cheat anyone, if we say we are going do something, do it and if we have a problem get it taken care of. At my tops I had 35 roofers, 2 secretaries, 2 estimators, 1 dispatcher, 2 liftbed trucks and 3 forklifts. We did mostly steep work with shakes, comp and some tile. We did about 80% new work.
Some of the general contractors i had we did all their work for the entire 17 years i was in business My job then was mostly ordering materials, collecting money, measuring plans and watching over everybody. I called it quits in 1996 after almost every roof changed to concrete tile and i did not learn Spanish in high school.
I bought a business program and 3 computers in about 1988 Not realizing how difficult computer programs are to learn i thought i could get my secretary to learn it and show me how. Wrong.
This program had the following modules; Job Cost, Payroll, Accounts receivable, Accounts payable, Inventory, Spreadsheet Interface and General Ledger. With me working after hours in about a month we finally got it to print payroll checks. In about 6 months everything else. This program did everything except estimating, so i developed an estimating program written in Lotus 123. This program made estimating a cinch.
A contractor could walk into my office with a set of plans and leave in 15 minutes with a written proposal. People used to tell me i should sell the program. I still have the program, but people would to have Lotus 123 on their computers to use it.
This brings me to the software on this site. In about March 2000 i was searching the internet looking at estimating programs and found many that would work. I noticed after studying them i found they were not easy to use ( i been down that road) and you could not try them first. Some were so packed with features, that in finally finding out how to use a particular feature if you don’t use it often you have to figure it out all over again.
So i decided to write the RoofCalcWriter program. The goal of the RoofCalcWriter program: Easy. What does easy mean? Easy simply means use it, not figure out how to use it.
The development process is ongoing with accuracy and easy in mind.