Terms and Conditions
Your Agreement For Using Our Website
Scope Technologies, Inc is a Colorado corporation ("Scope") doing business using various websites, including but not limited to RoofScope.com, PaintScope.com, GutterScope.com, SidingScope.com, InsulationScope.com, and ConcreteScope.com. In this agreement, Scope may be referred to as "we" or "us" or "it" and may be referenced with appropriate possessive pronouns. A user of our website(s) may be referred to as "you" and may be referenced with appropriate possessive pronouns.
When you use a website operated by Scope, irrespective of the means by which you access it, you confirm, and agree to, all of the following statements, terms and conditions (collectively, "provisions"). If you do not agree with the provisions of this agreement or if you are unsatisfied with the performance of our website, products or services, your sole and exclusive remedy is to discontinue use.
We regard your personal information as confidential. Scope will not sell, rent, share or disclose your personal information to any third persons. However, we may collect and compile information, including personal information, from users of Scope’s websites. We convert your personal information into impersonal data (and combine such data with information collected from other persons) for analysis to improve our marketing, personnel, and financial management. Such data compilations are the sole property of Scope.
When you register with Scope (and order products or services: collectively, "Report(s)"), we collect personal information, such as name, contact, business address, and credit card information. Your information is securely managed and kept confidential; we use it to deliver your order, process your payment, and communicate with you about the status of your order and other important matters. Credit card information submitted with your order is used only for payment processing and is never retained on our website.
In response to court orders, subpoena, or government investigations, we may be required to provide your personal information. We will report to law enforcement any activity that we believe is unlawful.
Lastly, we enter into agreements with a variety of other businesses in the construction industry verticals to introduce their customers to our array of products and reports as well as to introduce our customers to their products and services. These contractual arrangements are not partnerships in the legal sense, but the business world calls the parties to these relationships “partners.” And so we call them partners, too. If you open an account through one of our partners’ landing pages, we may share only with that partner only the fact that you opened an account, but no other information will be shared. However, if you are provided access to one of our partners' accounts and you purchase reports using that access, your purchases with Scope will be reported via our billing to that partner.
We use systems and programs to optimize data security, both in its transmission and its storage. We access your account information to process your orders and to properly manage your payments; these processes are performed autonomously by our software without contemporaneous human intervention. Our software also automatically sends you information about Scope that we deem pertinent for your needs and interests.
You are solely responsible for allowing persons (e.g., your staff or your customers) to access your account ("Account Users" or "AU"). We strongly recommend that you securely keep both your account’s access name and its password confidential. It is important that you understand that you need not disclose either the account’s access name or its password to any AU because each AU can have its own login account access name and password, which you, alone, assign and link to your confidential account; we also recommend that you change your password periodically and whenever your circumstances change. When you add an AU to your account, you are responsible for initiating the link, managing, controlling and limiting their access to, and use of, your account. You are responsible for any and all Reports ordered through your account; each AU's usage is itemized for review. You must remove an AU immediately when you no longer want them to have access to your account.
Upon ordering a Scope Report, it will automatically be charged to your account.
To order, enter the property address or use geo-locate services to identify the property. Next, pinpoint the structure that you want to be measured and confirm your pinpoint. The Report that we deliver to you will always be processed from the pinpointed structure(s) even if you geo-locate or enter a different address. Notwithstanding, our Report will be labeled with the address that you entered or geo-located. Scope is not responsible if you incorrectly pinpoint, geo-locate, or input an address of the property to be processed.
Our normal delivery time for a typical single family home's Roofscope report is 24 to 48 hours. Siding, painting, stucco, window and other reports may take a bit longer depending upon the complexity of the structure, the quality of the imagery, and other factors. We diligently endeavor to expedite every Report, but occasionally, there are delays in production; such delays are generally due to factors beyond our control, such as extraordinary demand due to weather, internet malfunctions, or other phenomena. You may nevertheless request a schedule for the delivery of your order. We normally try to notify our customers if we cannot meet their delivery schedule, but we cannot promise such notification. We can expedite your order for an additional fee; please contact your customer service representative for details.
You may cancel your order during the 24-hour period following our notification of a delayed delivery; however, you may not under any circumstance cancel after we deliver your order. If you place your order in a batch, or use our over-the-phone or SMS services, Scope may delay your order so that we can verify the location with you. You must timely respond to our location confirmation request to receive your order.
Unit Pricing, Custom Pricing, and Memberships
Background. The price of your order is determined by the complexity of the process to produce the Report. Over time, with practice, you will be able to predictably estimate the price of your order. When you place an order, you will, based upon your experience and perception, indicate the property’s zoning (single family, commercial, industrial or multi-family) and estimate the categorical size of the structure(s). From your responses we will estimate the cost of your order. If our work product requires different parameters than was indicated, then your cost may significantly exceed the estimate. You agree that we are not bound in any way by your indications and estimations; consequently, we will NOT notify you if the actual cost of your order exceeds the estimate. You further agree that you will pay our final charge, which may substantially exceed the estimate.
Scope offers three methods to order Reports. All methods require that you first setup an account before ordering.
Pay-Per-Scope. Each Scope Report is a discrete and separate transaction. You order a Report; and we deliver the Report and charge your account. You have no additional obligation. Scope offers "Scope Easy Pay" to expedite and facilitate your ordering and payment processes. While setting up your account, simply check the "Scope Easy Pay" box. When you place an order, we will produce the requested Scope Report and charge your account automatically upon delivery. We deliver via email in .pdf format; you can print your report or display it on any compatible electronic device. Pay-Per-Scope prices for Reports are published (“Base Price”) for your review; these prices may change at any time before delivery of your order.
Pre-Payment. Scope offers pricing plans to promote regular and frequent usage by augmenting your account with bonus dollars. These bonus amounts are based upon the amount that you prepay into your account; the bonus dollars effectively lower your actual cost per Report . Contact your account executive to learn more about how to make your dollars go further. Your savings can be remarkable and significant. Bear in mind, however, if you fail to expend the entire amount including the bonus amount added to your account, you will not receive a refund; you must use the both the pre-payment amount as well as the bonus amount to maximize the value of your Pre-Payment account.
Monthly Membership. To maximize your savings with Scope and to facilitate your expense forecasting and budgeting, Scope offers Annual Membership contracts (“Membership”). Memberships are for a 12 month period and are paid in monthly installments (“Dues”). Scope offers several Membership plans; each provides free Reports. Scope publishes its Membership options, so contact your account executive to find the optimal Membership for your operation. Monthly Membership Dues are used to purchase Reports. After you use the Dues, you earn free Reports. You need not use all of your Dues in the month it is paid; unused amounts will carry forward. Likewise, you need not use all of your free Reports in the month they are earned; they, too will carry forward. In order to earn free Reports, Scope must timely receive your Dues every month on or before the calendar day on which your Membership began. Once you have expended the Dues and used your free Reports for the month(s) paid, if you order more Reports, such Reports will be at Scope’s Base Price. You may not downgrade or terminate a Membership during the contract term. However, you may upgrade at any time with a new annual membership (which automatically terminates the old membership) and immediately start earning greater benefits.
You may open (and maintain) an account with Scope using check (for pre-payments and Dues) or credit/debit card (for pay-as-you-go, custom pre-payments, and Dues); we accept most major cards. In order to receive your order, there must be sufficient balance in your account to pay for it. If, however, for any reason, your account balance reflects an amount due to Scope (e.g., because we have delivered an order without available, sufficient funds or have mistakenly charged your account for less than the amount due), you must immediately pay the balance then due. If you fail to so pay within 3 days of our notice to you, you will incur late charges at the rate of 2% per month on such balance, and you agree that you will be responsible and liable for any and all costs we incur to collect such balance due, including but not limited to attorney’s fees.
All prices are in U.S. Dollars, and all payments must be made in U.S. Dollars. Any deficiency due to currency exchange (including all costs associated therewith) will be billed to; likewise any overage due to currency exchange will be credited to your account.
Cancellations and Refunds
In order to cancel an order, you must email your cancelation request along with the order-property’s address to email@example.com at least 3 hours before the scheduled delivery time. If your order is being processed at the time we receive your cancelation email, your cancelation will not be effective, and you will be charged for the order when it is delivered.
As a courtesy, if we discover that you have ordered two identical Reports for the same property within a 24 hour period, Scope will cancel the second order automatically.
Scope may terminate an account with any customer for any reason; if terminated, we will refund the remaining balance of the account. Likewise, you may terminate your account at any time and receive a refund of your account’s balance. Whenever you are entitled to a refund, the amount tendered is subject to, and reduced by, the offsets and limitations described in these provisions.
Scope Report's Accuracy
Our Reports contain numerical compilations for spatial areas; these are generally accurate to about 95% (but note: individual line or angular dimensions may not be so accurate because of the imagery or because of our measuring capabilities; our calculations and determinations may not be accurate; our take-off drawings may not be accurate). For example, if we measure a roof surface at 10 feet on one side and 14 feet on the other, and a field measurement determines that both are 12 feet, then the edge’s sum result is identical (24 feet), and the square footage result would be functionally accurate (140 square feet versus 144 yields 97% accuracy).
Sometimes the imagery is not suitable for us to produce an accurate Report. When this occurs, we will try to notify you. If you decide to accept our Report with our "best efforts" but likely also with inaccuracies, Scope may post an inaccuracy warning on the Report, stating that due to the lack of suitable imagery, Scope cannot assure the accuracy of the Report. Sometimes the address submitted is incorrect, or the imagery associated with the submitted address (the pinpoint) is inaccurate, or there is some other matter impacting a Report’s accuracy, none of which is knowable or under Scope’s control.
You recognize and affirmatively acknowledge that accuracy problems are likely, and it is your responsibility to affirm the accuracy of a Report whenever you order a Scope Report. For this and other reasons, you agree that you will not publicly disclose the accuracy of any Report that you receive from Scope.
Sometimes the imagery, from which we measure to produce our take-offs and Reports, does not represent what is present at the location you specify. An image generally displays the copyright of its producer with a date but that date may not be the date of the image's production. There may have been substantial change to the property between the date of the image's production and our Report that uses that image (e.g., there may have been demolition, addition or alteration of structures). This fact is unknowable to Scope because all of our imagery is provided by independent third parties that do not guarantee or promise up-to-date imagery. It is entirely your responsibility to determine the suitability of the imagery, take-offs and measurements.
If you receive a Report that is less than 95% accurate, Scope offers 3 remedial options only: If you provide Scope with photographic evidence and actual field measurements, (1) we will prepare a revised report based upon your data and photography at no additional charge, or (2) you may request a credit to your account of your Report's purchase price and keep the Report without revision, or (3) if, under option (1), we cannot rectify a Report’s inaccuracy, we will credit your account with your purchase price upon your request. If you desire one of these options because of inaccuracy in your Report, you must request it within 36 hours of product delivery. These are your exclusive remedial options. We do not, in any manner whatsoever, guaranty the accuracy or content of our Reports; nor do we expressly or impliedly warrant that any report is suitable for a particular purpose.
ProScope Inspection Application
In order to produce a ProScope Report, we require certain data and measurements. ProScope is merely a tool for analyzing and compositing data; the data collection is solely your responsibility. You are responsible for, and assume all risks associated with, acquiring any measurements; you must obey all safety laws, rules and regulations; you must contact the owner of the property to get the owner’s consent before accessing the premises; and you must properly secure and protect the owner’s data after acquisition.
When you order or request a ProScope Report, you authorize Scope to use, in its discretion, some or all of the property data you submit (but, of course, we will never use the data that you submit to create a Report to assist your competition). For example, we may use the data to improve the accuracy of Scope Reports, including but not limited to: RoofScope®, PaintScope®, SidingScope®, GutterScope®, ConcreteScope® or InsulationScope®. You may access the data that you submit for 12 months; after that time it will be archived or destroyed. If we archive the data, we will charge a retrieval fee if you want access.
Scope offers estimating and invoicing Reports to assist you in specifying, pricing, presenting and billing your projects. These Reports capture certain take-off data from your measurement Report -- e.g., your Roofscope report - and delineate them on the ProDocs form for your review and manipulation. You then verify and adjust the measurements based upon your own observations, experience and measurements. Once you are confident in the measurement data, you input your cost per unit for each variable as well as your estimated overage, overhead and profit.
For those offering a variety of trades or using varying pricing structures, you can create any number of separate templates, each set up to produce documents specific to your company, each trade and pricing system, and the applicable end-use (customer estimates, customer contracts, scope of work, etc). From each template, you can generate estimates for your customer presentation, work orders for your suppliers and subs, as well as final customer invoices. To customize these documents for your company, you merely input your data - name, address, phone, email. etc - and upload your logo.
Scope offers referral rewards to both you and the customer that you refer to us. Your referral must not be affiliated with your business, must not already be a Scope customer, and must be personally known by you. Scope will reverse a referral reward if it discovers that your referral is not new to Scope, or is affiliated with you or your business, or has been identified by you with unsolicited emails or other informational broadcast. Contact your account representative to find out about our referral rewards program.
Changing Terms & Conditions
Scope may modify the provisions of this agreement at any time for any reason, and you agree to be bound by them upon the date of their posting on the website. We may make these modifications without prior or contemporaneous notice to you; it is your responsibility to review and verify your understanding of this agreement each time you use our website. Nevertheless, Scope may notify you of changes from time to time, and you may be asked to indicate that you have read and understand our terms and conditions as and when you place an order.
Third Party Links to Scope Websites
YOU ASSUME ALL RISKS INCIDENT TO, AND AS A CONSEQUENCE OF, ANY DOWNLOAD, OR ANY LINK TO ANOTHER WEBSITE, FROM A SCOPE WEBSITE.
No Unlawful or Prohibited Use
You affirmatively state that you are at least 18 years old. You agree that you will not use any Scope website or product for any purpose that is unlawful or prohibited by the provisions of this user agreement. You agree not to use Scope’s website in any manner that could damage, disable, overburden, or impair our website or interfere with any other person’s use thereof. Any attempt to reverse engineer any process used on Scope’s websites is prohibited. You agree that you will not create any link to any page of our website without our express consent.
All of Scope's Reports incorporate and/or include information, images, software, products, services and programs that are owned exclusively by Scope or used by Scope with permission from its owner. Each Report that is included in or available through Scope’s website may include inaccuracies and errors. You accept Scope's Reports and the contents thereof "as-is" and acknowledge and affirmatively accept the likelihood of inaccuracy and error in Scope's Reports.
We specifically exclude, and do not provide, any expressed or implied warranties whatsoever regarding the accuracy or usefulness of any statement or process contained in or accessed by this website or of any Report - information, imagery, software, calculation, representation, description, drawing, product, service, or program - that you receive from Scope or through any of Scope's websites.
We disclaim any liability for damages, direct or indirect, consequential or incidental, foreseeable or unforeseeable, arising out of or in connection with our negligence or your use of this website or any Report that you receive from Scope or through Scope's websites, including but not limited to: loss of business, loss of revenue or profit, damage to your computer or software or data, and any other damage or loss however raised (in personam, in rem, quasi in rem, or otherwise).
SCOPE MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS REGARDING THE ACCURACY OF ITS REPORTS AND GRANTS NO WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER. SCOPE DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EITHER IN FACT OR BY OPERATION OF LAW, BY STATUTE OR OTHERWISE, SPECIFICALLY INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY WARRANTY OF QUALITY, MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE OR PURPOSE.
YOU ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE USEFULNESS OF ANY REPORT PRODUCED BY SCOPE. WE PROVIDE NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES WITH ANY OF OUR REPORTS (WHICH INCORPORATES DESCRIPTIONS, CALCULATIONS, DRAWINGS, IMAGES, REPRESENTATIONS, MEASUREMENTS, SUMMARIES AND OTHER CONTENT).
SCOPE DOES NOT PROMISE, GUARANTY, REPRESENT OR WARRANT THAT ITS REPORTS ARE ACCURATE OR SUITABLE FOR YOUR USE, NOR DO WE PROMISE, GUARANTY, REPRESENT OR WARRANT THAT ANY REPORT WILL BE DELIVERED AT ANY PARTICULAR TIME OR WITHIN ANY PARTICULAR TIME FRAME OR THAT IT WILL BE DELIVERED.
BEFORE YOU ORDER A SCOPE REPORT, YOU AGREE, AS A CONDITION PRECEDENT TO SUCH ORDER, THAT SUCH REPORT, WHEN DELIVERED, MAY CONTAIN ERRORS OF EVERY KIND AND NATURE, AND YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR SUCH ERRORS IS ENTIRELY CONTAINED IN THIS AGREEMENT.
Termination or Limited Access
Scope may for any reason without notice terminate or restrict your access to its websites, IP addresses, or domains.
You agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Scope (and its directors, officers, subsidiaries, shareholders, affiliates, employees, agents, third party content providers, and licensors, and each of their respective directors, officers, employees, and agents) from and against all claims, liability, and expenses, including attorneys’ fees and legal fees and costs, arising out of your use of our website or your breach of any provision of this agreement. Scope reserves the right, in its sole discretion and at its own expense, to assume the exclusive defense and control of any matter that may be subject to indemnification by you. You hereby agree that you will cooperate as fully as reasonably required in the defense of any claim.
Copyright and Trademark Notices
The content on our website is owned, patented, copyrighted and trademarked by Scope Technologies, Inc, or its use is otherwise permitted or authorized by its owner.
The laws of the United States of America and the State of Colorado govern the provisions of this user agreement without giving effect to conflict of laws principles. When you use this website or purchase a Scope product or service, you attest that you have read and understand and consent to the provisions contained herein. You further agree to submit all claims and disputes involving or against Scope to the exclusive jurisdiction, venue and forum of the courts of the State of Colorado in the City and County of Denver or the United States District Court for the State of Colorado, as the case may be.
If any of the provisions (e.g., statements, terms and conditions) herein shall be deemed invalid or unenforceable for any reason, then such invalid or unenforceable provision shall be amended to achieve as much of its original intent as possible or if not so amendable, then severed, and the remaining provisions of this agreement shall continue to apply.
A waiver by Scope of any act by you in contravention of a provision of this agreement, including but not limited to Scope’s failure to enforce its remedies (including but not limited to its right to terminate your usage of Scope’s website) shall not confer a waiver of a prior contravening act or infer a future waiver of a contravening act and shall not prevent Scope from exercising its right to enforce each provision of this agreement.
This agreement is binding upon and shall inure to the benefit of Scope, its successors, trustees, and permitted assigns. Scope may assign this agreement or any of its rights or obligations under this agreement with or without notice to you.
The headings in this agreement do not confer or infer any particular meaning of the content. Unless the context clearly and obviously requires otherwise, indication of gender is incidental and therefore means both genders or no gender, and similarly plural means singular and vice versa.
If you have questions about the provisions of Scope’s User Agreement, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Place the phrase "Issue with User Agreement" in the subject line.