By their very nature roof inspections carry a degree of risk, but by using drones instead of human workers, you can minimise the danger and circumvent a lot of health and safety requirements that would traditionally be needed. Our Drone surveys allow for the easy inspection of blocked access areas, or those that would be difficult or impossible to reach on foot.
Sometimes a rooftop needs inspecting just as part of routine maintenance, but most often it’s because an issue has already been identified, such as a leak for example. In these situations, time is of the essence and by using our drone, you can bypass the need to erect ladders, scaffolding, access towers, and aerial lifts. In doing so, you significantly reduce the time it takes to inspect and then repair any damage, and in turn the cost to your customer.
You can also view a live screen with the pilot and guide him to your points of interest.
Aerial roof surveys are most commonly required by roofing professionals, portfolio managers, asset managers and building surveyors in Commercial and Domestic situations.
The advances in technology now mean that our high resolution camera drone can essentially record the details of a roof in as much close up detail as the human eye could capture, so there is increasingly less need for roofers to be physically present on the rooftop during the roof inspection phase.
Aerial Building Inspection
The roof/ building survey includes a visual inspection with our high resolution camera using a remotely piloted drone. The aerial photography and videography can be used to produce a detailed video and photographic report. We can also provide defects reports from produced by MRICS building surveyors.
Who For ?
Saving Time and Money ££
Minimizing Risk & Danger
By using a drone, we can record the roof as you work, without any disruption. Additionally, access to your customer’s property remains unaffected due to the lack of ladders etc. needed.
So, as you can see there are so many benefits of a drone roof survey, and once you have seen one in action on site, it’s hard to imagine conducting a traditional inspection again.