DRONE INSPECTION

home drone inspections
Drone for home inspections

We offer drone inspections of roofs and of hard to reach areas of a home and or commercial structures.

The Reason Why

 

The standard protocol for home inspectors is to go on the roof if possible. When climbing the roof is not possible, it could be viewed at the eaves with a laffer or viewed from the ground with binoculars. Also, if the attic can be entered - a careful look at the sheathing will indicate how the roof is doing.

 

***Some roofs are too steep to walk or are made from materials that cannot be walked on for several reasons. Some roofs will be damaged by the weight of the inspector and some roofing is too slippery to walk on top of.

 

The drone is not as good as standing on the roof, but if the roof and the chimneys cannot be inspected any other way - this new technology offers opportunities to find issues that might have been missed from the ground. 

 

The Drone Offers:

 

  • 20 MP snapshots

  • A 4k video that can be delivered on your flash drive

  • The option to reduce the resolution of the photos so that they can be included in the home inspection report or both.

Different Types of Roof Shingles
Different Types of Roof Shingles

There are different types of roofing and some roofs we cannot climb due to the material. For example, metal, clay and slate shingles.

Drone For Tall Buildings
Drone For Tall Buildings

Sometimes a home is too tall for us to climb the roof so we can inspect it with a drone.

Wood Shingles Need A Drone
Wood Shingles Need A Drone

If the roof is wood shingles, our inspector will not climb the roof so that we do not damage the shingles but instead can use a drone for the inspection.

Different Types of Roof Shingles
Different Types of Roof Shingles

There are different types of roofing and some roofs we cannot climb due to the material. For example, metal, clay and slate shingles.

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