Document What’s Behind the Walls
Make Adjustments. With Laser Precision.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could see exactly where everything under your freshly installed drywall is? Use Matterport Virtual Tour to map out all of your plumbing, electrical, air ducts, and wiring after you’ve finished insulation and drywall, and say goodbye to costly exploratory demolition to find and make adjustments.
What is a Matterport Virtual Tour?
A Matterport Virtual Tour captures an interactive 360 degree perspective of your construction project. Contractors use this interactive documentation to capture the location of their electrical, plumbing, heating, and other works during the roughing-in phase of construction.
Matterport Virtual Tour
Try it for yourself. Click the play button on the image to the right and walk through a construction site.
HOW TO START
Plan ahead and schedule an appointment for a Matterport Virtual Tour for your next upcoming contracting job. Have us come out right after you are done with the roughing-in.
WE SCAN THE SITE
When you schedule a Matterport Virtual Tour, leave us half a day to scan the site. We will capture all of the plumbing, electrical, heating, carpentry, and/or other projects, BEFORE the second finishing phase.
You will be able to access it within 1 business day. Even after putting up the drywall and insulation, you will be able to access your Matterport Virtual Tour and know exactly where everything is located, without exploratory demolition.
—Know What’s Behind the Walls
A Matterport Virtual Tour captures your construction project and creates a visual documentation of what it looked like at the time the scan was done. Once the drywall is up, you can still know where everything is underneath, allowing you to operate with surgical precision.
Protect Your Business
—When You Cannot Afford to Make Mistakes During Construction
Remote Access For Your Whole Team
—Of Your Visual Document
Our immersive 3D interactive models are a fantastic way to keep key stakeholders up to date on construction progress, and allow them to make decisions as if they were on site.
I’ve already saved nearly $1000, and 2–3 days worth of man hours and the project just started.