Which Report to Use!

Commercil DIY
This is a NEW tool that allows you to build out your own commercial reports! It's perfect for a quicker turn-around on small complexes or for a single building report. If you would like a tutorial on how to build this report, please use the form here to schedule a time. This is the solution to use if you didn't sign-up for Commercial Pro Reports.

Commercial Baseline Reports
The first time you scan a building or complex it should be well documented and an impressive first impression. Both your team and XAP360 will typically spend a little more time working on story and the right sell for the report. Baseline reports can be amended/updated with more information down the line if a post storm report is needed to show damage but NOT require a claim, for that, use the Post-Loss Comparison Report. Baseline reports color coat the damages you annotate with P (point of interest), M (maintenance concern), and W (wind or hail damage).

Commercial Annual Reports
Whether annual or bi-annual, this report is meant to focus of the current needs and look back at a control subject to visually track change from the baseline to the present. No color coating, just direct needs and no educational elements are really required. Think of these as being almost solely for maintenance or showing that all is fine as the Post-Loss Comparison Report will handle the need to file an insurance claim.

Commercial Post-Loss Comparison Report
After a post-storm scan or annual inspection that finds claim worthy damage this report is the one to request. The XAP360 team takes on the brunt of the work sliding comparison photos from the prior scan and matching them against the new scan to look point out new hail or wind damage. We use templates for both wind and hail including simple summaries along with the suggestion to file a claim. Pointing to weather data that we put in the report and an acceptable amount of new damage pictures, XAP360 builds a case to file.

Residential DIY
This is a do-it-yourself tool for all residential properties though it can work for small commercial buildings with little to note. It really hinges on telling the story in 4 photos. Why 4? Psychologically speaking it feels less pushy (not an oversell) and is enough for absorption/comprehension for any client mindset. Plus, if they want to see more you can share their raw images or invite them to view the Claims Cloud (3D view). There is documentation on this on the Resource Center.

OC Residential DIY
This is just like the prior report but puts the Owens Corning colors and Platinum Preferred stamp on the cover. Hence, you need to be a Platinum Preferred Contractor to use it.