Commercial buildings or large multi occupation residential buildings
Question: Scaffold | Cherry Picker | Drone - which is quicker, cheaper, and easier when inspecting a roof? Especially if you have a very high roof, a drone is an excellent quick method of evaluating any issues.
A high roof or one that is just difficult to access can be better seen from a drone, not only that, you will be able to record the images and review the situation from the comfort of your office
But I can get to my roof and have a look!!
If you have a flat or easily accessible roof, there are still advantages in photographing it from above, you will be able to maintain a record of its current condition without having to rely on memory, notes, or even a site visit.
Another advantage of using a drone is ........
2D & 3D Mapping
You can have the roof mapped allowing you to have a complete image of the roof even if it is quite large.
2D & 3D Mapping
Mapping will also allow you to take measurements, linear, area, volume, and inclines, this is useful when preparing work and ordering materials.
A video will add a sense of reality, a good visual feeling of actually being there and observing the roof or infrastructure.
If you are creating this for a client, we can add a narration and/or captions to help explain.
This is a short sample, for a more involved report we can make this as long as you need.
Residential Roof Inspections
Why would you want to have a roof inspection?
Do you have a leak or blockage?
Do you think tiles are missing?
Has there been a heavy storm ?
Is your roof old or vulnerable?
You cannot get on the roof but want to see for yourself?
Are you selling your home?
Selling your house, add a roof inspection to your selling particulars!!
We can take a series of photographs or videos to show off the roof and chimney.
It is not an official survey, but an inspection will give buyers confidence to take the next step.