Building inspections of roofs, chimneys, towers, stadiums, wind turbines, etc, no longer require expensive cherry pickers or scaffolding to complete a survey. There is no longer a necessity for anyone to leave the ground, therefore making the project much safer and cost-effective. Our CAA drone operators at ‘The SkyCam’ can provide you with a series of high resolution images, or a high definition video of the most difficult to reach structures. Unmanned drones can fly close to buildings, and into awkward positions where other means of access many not be safe, appropriate or cost-effective.
Through capturing high resolution aerial photos, you can use these images for mandatory reporting and provide evidence that a roof inspection has been carried out, thus protecting you from any legal repercussions. Your images can also be used to highlight any specific areas for attention, which is beneficial when filing an insurance claim.
New build houses often require roof inspection reports to ensure conformity with the building regulations. With more and more housing estates being built in the UK, inspecting multiple sites can require extensive planning in order to complete the work; this is clearly time-consuming and not cost-effective. With a drone roof inspection, many rooftops can be assessed in a short amount of time; a drone can record and inspect several rooftops in the time it would traditionally take to inspect just one.
Another major benefit is that access to the building would remain unaffected, therefore allowing other work to continue.