Hard to reach aerial property inspections. Larger drones with special permissions.
These types of specialist roofing surveyors skip the scaffolding! Drone roof surveys will
provide you with sharp HDR pictures usually in and 4K video of the property to be inspected.
Their industry-leading image resolution and aerial camera optics capture visuals that are crisp down to
millimetres and perfectly-exposed from the brightest tiles to the darkest gutters. With minimal disruption to
the property’s everyday use, They will quickly and safely identify structural issues with roofs,
chimneys, walls, gutters, parapets, and gables.
Easy to analyse: specialist surveying software and mapping
Aerial property inspection apps sends the visuals they capture to an in-house surveyor in
real-time, so as the drone pilots fly, HQ gets to work on processing, annotating, and delivering
geotagged surveys. The surveyors can then cross-reference the shots with existing map data, then invite
your own surveyors to make their own highlights, and, where necessary, provide a full 3D model of
the premises. When you book for multiple inspections, you’ll also be able to compare older surveys to
Hard to fly areas?: camera pole roof surveys and tiny drones
The quickest and lowest-cost option for pseudo-aerial surveys are the use of tiny
drones or telescopic pole-mounted cameras! While this grounded approach to roof inspections isn’t quite as in-depth
as taking the larger drone route, the results more than suffice for professional reports and recommendations.
They recommend pole cameras for dense urban spaces where conditions aren’t ideal for safe flights, or for
projects which call for a faster turnaround than average — they need fewer permissions, and can often be booked and
completed on the same day.